Tag Archives: Thurgood Marshall

Jurisprudence and Prudence

Aside from being a sexual hound dog, John Edwards was never going to be president. He may have said exactly the right things for the right constituencies – there were two Americas and it was time for the little guy, or … Continue reading

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Obscure No Longer

Okay, okay – Monday, May 10, 2010, and Obama announces his nominee to fill the upcoming vacancy on the Supreme Court, the second vacancy in the first sixteen months of his presidency. And he chooses the Solicitor General of the … Continue reading

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