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It's the literary equivalent of last year's shellacking of Guy Fieri's new restaurant in Times Square. After saying some positive things about the author O'Connor is indeed a living legend Liptak effectively shreds the former Supreme Court Associate
Supreme Court justices Sandra Day O'Connor and David Souter are among the panelists appearing at a Harvard Law School conference on the importance of civics education. The purpose of the all-day conference Monday is to explore ways of preparing young
S andra Day O'Connor met me for lunch at her chambers within that white marble temple to justice, the Supreme Court Building, in Washington, D.C. I was unprepared for the informality and glamour of this mythic American woman. Sandra, she said,
Fox News Latino Washington Monday marked yet another Supreme Court showdown for Arizona and the Obama administration. At issue, this time, was the state's Proposition 200 measure, which requires voter registration applicants to provide
The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Mar. 17 2013, 7:30 PM EDT Last updated Sunday, Mar. 17 2013, 7:30 PM EDT It was an embrace unimaginable in Canada. The first Hispanic justice of the United States Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor, having written a
Since then, the woman known for her ranch-bred common sense has embarked on projects related to civics education and judicial independence in the states. Now she has added another piece to her public bequest with a new book. Out of Order is a tidy
Stories From the History of the Supreme Court" (Random House), by Sandra Day O'Connor In the old days, lawyers arguing before the Supreme Court could blather on, uninterrupted, for as long as 10 days...The first chief justice, John Jay, resigned to
Hundred years hence, liberals will still be whining about Bush v...In a television appearance as inexplicable as first lady Michelle Obama announcing the Oscar for best picture, former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor was among Rachel Maddow'
The average reader will learn much from the former Supreme Court Justice who was the first woman to serve on the nation's highest court.
March 4, 2013 Sandra Day O'Connor or, as she likes to call herself, the Fwotsc the First Woman on the Supreme Court is the author of one wonderful book: Lazy B, an evocative memoir about growing up among old-time, long-suffering, good-natured cowboys