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John Paul Stevens (born April 20, 1920) served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from December 19, 1975 until his retirement on June 29, 2010. At the time...

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  • Milbank: In Hobby Lobby ruling, the Supreme Court uses a ‘fiction'

      News Source: Washington Post | 22 days ago
    There was a certain risk in having Alito deliver the 5-to-4 opinion defending corporate personhood, because his mannerisms are strikingly robotic for a human. Assigned both of Monday's opinions, Alito delivered a 33-minute monologue his only
  • Sexting, Email, and Other Tech Basics That Mystify the Supreme Court

      News Source: Mother Jones | 27 days ago
    The court hasn't really 'gotten to' email," says Justice Kagan...On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled on two big tech-related cases: Riley v. California , in which it held that police can't search cell phones without a warrant, and ABC v. Aereo ,
  • School shootings: Second Amendment changes needed

      News Source: Seattle Times | 1 month ago
    As we did after Sandy Hook and Seattle Pacific University, we will ask ourselves when will it be enough, and how can we stop these relentless murders?...Justice John Paul Stevens, in his book Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change The
  • Has the Supreme Court Finally Found Its Way, or Will the Mania Continue?

      News Source: Truthdig | 1 month ago
    May 28, 2014 Has the Supreme Court suddenly found the middle of the road on civil liberties as it heads down the home stretch of the current term? That's the big question in the aftermath of two high-profile decisions released this week...Florida ,
  • Returning Equality to the Campaign Finance Debate

      News Source: Truthout | 2 months ago
    April brought us a throwdown between two Supreme Court Justices over campaign finance laws. But May brought us what seems to be a commitment to a Senate vote this summer on a constitutional amendment to address the tidal wave of money threatening to
  • NPR Campaign-Cash Reporter Touts 2014 Tactics of Leftist 'Democracy ...

      News Source: Newsbusters | 2 months ago
    Dionne complained that we've created this whole system of dark money and now we're supposed to be grateful that a lot of rich people can give money under the table and over the table. And the last thing is, a lot of people using the words oligarchy
  • Death to the Death Penalty

      News Source: Truthout | 2 months ago
    The recent torturous execution of Clayton Lockett in Oklahoma has propelled the death penalty into the national discourse...After writhing in pain for 43 minutes, he finally died of a heart attack. Madeline Cohen, a lawyer who witnessed the botched
  • Supreme Court legitimacy at risk

      News Source: CNN | 2 months ago
    Eric Segall is the Kathryn and Lawrence Ashe Professor of Law at the Georgia State University College of Law. He has written more than 25 law review articles on the Supreme Court and the Constitution. He is the author of "Supreme Myths: Why the


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