Ginsburg's remarks crossed the line, but Senate Republicans have done more harm to the court.
The court's argument for simplicity in jurisdictional questions proceeds on a false premise.
Thomas, conservative judges use rulings to shape society
The president regulates, the Supreme Court rules and Congress is largely absent from it all.
Ruling means more overcriminalizing of smaller offenses
US v. Texas highlights how division among justices extends to both procedure and substance.
SCOTUS ruling on landmark Texas case expected Monday
4-4 decision does disservice to historic, precedent-setting case
A tie vote on one issue may sometimes actually generate more guidance on another issue.
This level of obstructionism is unprecedented in American history.