I've been working on this post on and off for weeks, trying to decide if advocating for court reform sounds too pie-in-the-sky. Since the overturn of Roe, which for the first time ever removed a Constitutionally protected right from Americans—with promises of more such decimation of established rights to follow—I’ve been eager to complete it. This week, the radical court majority’s beyond the beyond rulings moved my thinking from “too pie-in-the-sky” to “Do or die.”
The Supreme Court majority has just struck down a very sensible gun safety law--just as the often calcified Senate toddled toward a modest, though significant, breakthrough. Undeterred by my lack of legal credentials, I'm gonna venture that the American people had a say in both developments. Please bear with me...
The Supreme Court majority's questions during oral arguments about the Mississippi abortion law suggest a dangerous precedent extending beyond abortion.
The McConnell-Trump impact on the judiciary may cast a dark shadow upon us all for decades. But Glenn Kirschner says that need not be the case--and he offers a three-point plan.