The high court ruled that prosecutor Doug Evans violated Flowers' constitutional rights when Evans sought to keep African-Americans off of the jury.
If Kavanaugh is a committed originalist, you would never know it based on his complacent behavior in Timbs v. Indiana.
GMU Student: 'The Hiring of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All Survivors on Campus'
Some students want GMU to #CancelKavanaugh. Some professors want the school to investigate the justice.
George Mason Students Want Visiting Professor Brett Kavanaugh Fired Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
"As a survivor, as a student who comes to this university, and expects to have a good education, to experience a happy, safe place, I am insulted."
Texas Would Rather Ban All Chaplains from Execution Chambers Than Placate One Buddhist Inmate in His Final Moments
Equal treatment under the law can mean everyone is treated equally poorly
The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 last night to grant Patrick Murphy's petition for a stay.
In a 5-4 decision, the Court issued a temporary stay of a Louisiana law that could put abortion doctors out of business.
"If Kavanaugh was going to deal a major blow to health care rights during his first session on the court, this would have been the case to do it."
A defense of Brett Kavanaugh's nominated replacement on the D.C. Circuit.
Judy Munri-Leighton admitted to lying, and Julie Swetnick's story collapsed.
Activists assert that we must believe all alleged victims-even those who lost our trust.
Chuck Grassley Asks the Justice Department to Investigate Michael Avenatti and Julie Swetnick for False Statements
"The obvious, subsequent contradictions along with the suspicious timing of the allegations necessitate a criminal investigation."
Calls for Revoking Susan Collins' Honorary Degree Over Kavanaugh Vote Show How Sad Politics Have Become
It's misguided to politicize something as non-controversial as an honorary degree.
His true impact may be less about transforming the Court's ideology, and more about altering its status in political life.
The socialist candidate fails to grapple with why we have the Electoral College in the first place.
On the market for political combat and the lack of interest in the Afghanistan War
Sen. Susan Collins called the Swetnick story "outlandish." It might have given her cover to confirm the judge.
Judge Kavanaugh appears to have enough votes to be confirmed.
Brett Kavanaugh's Emotions Don't Disqualify Him, but His Inflammatory and Evasive Strategy May Be Another Matter
While the Supreme Court nominee's anger and frustration last week were understandable, his tactics were troubling.
Plus: millennial men are more socialist than millennial women and changes to juvenile justice programs
Further thoughts on why Kavanaugh's testimony is disqualifying.
The debate about a 1985 kerfuffle involving Brett Kavanaugh reveals a split in perceptions of how men should be expected to behave when they drink.
But they might be worth trying anyway.
Plus: the FBI raids Juul and Trump's real-estate empire was built on tax-dodging.
Kavanaugh was correct: it was a circus. But he was the one who made it a circus - and for that (apart from anything that he may or may not have done in 1982) he should not be confirmed.
"This is such an absurd contortion of Title IX that I suspect even those filing the complaint know it's unlikely to succeed as a matter of law."
Such nakedly political propaganda is beneath the civil liberties organization.
Swetnick Shifts Story About Kavanaugh at Rape Parties as Texts and Brawls Cast Doubt on the Judge's Own Claims: Reason Roundup
Plus: more transparency among California cops and less transparency among Instagram "influencers."
Michael Avenatti's client contradicted her previous claims, can't say the judge was actually involved.
Opposition to Kavanaugh stems from a case that was decided the year Kavanaugh was born and was argued by professors from the law school from which he graduated.
"We oppose him in light of the credible allegations of sexual assault against him."
Supreme Court to Consider Tree Frogs, Liquor Licensing, Criminals With Dementia, and More This Fall: Reason Roundup
Plus: The Justice Department goes after "net neutrality" in California and SNL takes on Brett Kavanaugh.
The Supreme Court nominee's teenaged tippling was typical, although the law pretends otherwise.
Temperamental centrism and case-by-case decision-making, on Brett Kavanaugh and other issues, irritates nearly everyone-and is necessary.
If you want to show your support for the accused or the accuser, stay away from these.
Sen. Lindsey Graham had the quote of the day: "I think I know what happened."
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