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A Female Version of the Constitution?

Joe Slakas and I recently debated the importance of a Supreme Court Justice being a woman. I ask if there is a “male and female version of the constitution.” It stands to reason, if there is also a “wise Latina” version of the constitution. I also say that the only two words that matter on […]

Supreme Court, TV Appearances

Elena Kagan Nominated to SCOTUS

National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru and I talk about Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Highlights: 0:30 – Will this nomination be for two liberal/Obama/living constitutionalist votes? Will she be influential in winning the SC’s swing vote: Anthony Kennedy? 2:05 – Could Kagan be the liberal Harriet Miers? Is she not the reliable liberal firebrand? […]

National Review, Righties, Supreme Court

“At the Mercy of a Not Terribly Bright Man”

The National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru describes what conservatives should be looking for in a new Supreme Court Justice Nominee. Highlights: Souter – “couldn’t be less influential” Kennedy – we’re “at the mercy of a not terribly bright man”

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