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Domestic Policy Op-eds

The U.S. Supreme Court: Whither Nonpartisanship?

Carl J. Schuman
Recent Supreme Court Decisions Prove Judicial Non-partisanship is Not Yet Dead By Carl J. Schuman – Superior Court judge, Connecticut; Former Assistant United States Attorney...
Constitutional Questions Political Pen Pals Politics

Does Supreme Court Expansion Controversy Obscure a More Fundamental Problem?

Russell Wheeler and Robert Wilkes
Experts Debate the Risks and Rewards of Potential Supreme Court Expansion Hypocrisy and Representational Imbalance Bolster Calls for Expanding the Supreme Court By Russell Wheeler –...
Constitutional Questions Op-eds Opinion United States

My Suggestions for the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court

Raymond J. McKoski
Partisan Proposals Could Irreversibly Damage the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court By Raymond McKoski – Assistant Professor of Law, University of of Illinois, Chicago In...
Destruction of Democracy Op-eds

Do the Right Thing, Congress: Do Not Fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Seat

Joe Schuman and Robert Wilkes
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, September 18, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. The “Notorious RBG,” as she was fondly called...
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