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Samuel Alito

Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr. (born April 1, 1950) is an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. He was nominated by President George W.

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Can't tell from article if this is a joke or not. If not...uh brother.
Maybe during a time of declining trust in institutions & rational debate, this is not the wisest joke to make
To be fair, springer spaniels are v smart and, when not dragging home rotting deer carcasses, they can appear wise.
TIME "Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s dog Zeus helped him make decisions
“Late at night... I would test out my ideas with Zeus"
Samuel Alito claims to be a Christian, but in the dark of the night, he used to confer with Zeus
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito at the Third Circuit’s annual judicial conference Thursday voiced his...
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, in Lancaster, compares Phillies to cicadas and makes a prediction…
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, speaking in Lancaster, compares to cicadas and makes a prediction.…
"For Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, speaking in Lancaster, TV cameras are out, dogs are in": Jeff Hawkes has
In Lancaster, Justice Alito spoke about his dog: I'd test my ideas about cases on Zeus. He generally agreed with me…
A thoughtful interview, especially o the First Amendment.
If the Supreme Court only consisted of Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, I'd be very happy.
In 2005-2006 SCOTUS confirmation battles over John Roberts & Samuel Alito, was at 's side as his counsel
"libertarian" Gary Johnson said Anthony Kennedy is his favorite current Supreme Court Justice not Samuel Alito or CJ Roberts
I got Samuel Alito! Take the quiz to find out which Supreme Court Justice you are:
My ideal running made is Justice Samuel Alito. Because then he'd have to resign from the Court.
This dark money group was also a crucial player in drumming up support for Bush noms John Roberts & Samuel Alito.
During oral arguments on Wednesday, Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. appeared to be firmly on the side of states that m...
John Roberts and Samuel Alito are on the Supreme Court because of the Green Party
Although I am a Democrat, I have been thankful for both John G.Roberts and Samuel A.Alito, on the Supreme Court!
Summer: Justice Samuel Alito is set for programs in Paris & Berlin:
No. It's on Ralph Nader. So is Citizens United, Samuel Alito, Hobby Lobby, etc. Own your failure.
Says the man who wanted to filibuster the nomination of Samuel Alito.
Supported a filibuster of Samuel Alito. Try again.
The difference between Grutter and its subsequent limitations was Samuel Alito and Sandra Day O'Connor
Democrats are proving Samuel Alito and John Roberts wrong, but not in the way you'd think via
,. As a senator, filibustered Samuel Alito. Now, he complains about blocking a nominee.
10 years after, Samuel Alito makes his case
Legal news: JessBravin-- Second Samuel: ChrisChristie says he ask Justice Alito to recommend nominees. …
Second Samuel: says he ask Justice Alito to recommend nominees.
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Aaron Burr, Samuel Alito, Ted Cruz: this is clearly a club of lovely people.
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Samuel Alito dismantling legacy of Sandra Day O'Connor - on Watch live now at
vote for Hillary and then vote for the democrats in midterms and then try to find a way to blackmail Samuel Alito if you can
Justice Samuel Alito is celebrating 10 years on the Supreme Court. Read
I have been a judge for 15 years and I've made up my own mind during all th...
Alito is “confident leader” in conservative coalition: Join us Thurs for
Monday round-up: Justice Samuel Alito took his seat on the Court ten years ago yesterday. Reporting on the ann...
Also, a very happy, belated, appointment day to SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito! The Judge has sat at his current associate-justice position for
Samuel Alito: the most conservative Supreme Court Justice?
This article is a good reminder that replacing O'Connor with Alito was hugely consequential for SCOTUS's direction.
Right-Wing $$ Puts case Friedrichs v. CA Teachers in Samuel Alito’s Lap
10 years ago today, Samuel Alito officially joined the Supreme Court.
Today marks a decade of Alito's tenure on SCOTUS: "...emerged as the most solidly conservative justice on the bench":
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A good read from Conservatism and Samuel Alito's Tenure on the Supreme Court
Is Justice Samuel Alito the most conservative justice on the Supreme Court?
A Case of Dubious Veracity: Within the case of Decide Samuel Alito, and George W. Bush’s bid…
Health Legislation High court skeptical of state power to gather health data: But Justice Samuel Alito noted t...
Justice Samuel Alito responded about the Salinas case: “False confessions are the bedrock of American criminal justice.”
This N.J. mayor is getting sworn in by a Supreme Court Justice: Samuel A. Alito Jr. was born in Trenton and ra...
Looking back at his 10 years on the bench, Justice Samuel Alito says this:
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On This Date: October 31, 2005; President George W. Bush nominates Samuel Alito as an Associate Justice to SCOTUS.
Does Justice Samuel Alito understand the separation of Church and State as a suggestion?
Who knew that Rubio had so much hate for Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, & Clarence Thomas. Oh wait...
She almost certainly would have sucked, but definitely would have been better than Samuel Alito.
Friday night. Glass of wine. Samuel Alito. How jealous are you?. Oh, not very much?. Weird. I was sure you would be.
As the Roberts court leans left, growing acrimony from Justices Scalia and Alito | Getty
The gloves came off, with the justices hurling especially nasty words at each other | AP Photo
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Samuel Alito in entering his 10th term as a Supreme Court Justice. He's 65, an age when most retire. He's got abt another 20 yrs.
Catholic justices Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, and Clarence Thomas are not present:
"Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justices Stephen Breyer and Samuel Alito own shares in several publicly...
What is free speech? Supreme Court Justice Alito answers in Chapter 3 of very rare interview
Watch Justice Samuel Alito discuss how the Supreme Court works, some of its controversial decisions...and baseball. http:/…
as Samuel Alito suggested z Greeks were very tolerant of homosexuality but didnt have *** marriage.
Very interesting with Justice Alito. Watch it here:
So I thought, "Sure! I'll transcribe the really interesting bits of .interview with Justice Alito."
Alito attacks Kennedy's Obergefell decision as postmodern, limitless, raising questions of the Court's legitimacy
Bill Kristol, editor of the Weekly Standard, has a thought-provoking conversation with Justice Samuel Alito.
The real reason behind this ruling..redefinition of liberty Could Extend to Abolishing Min. Wage...
Justice Samuel Alito spoke with about law school, free speech, and his love of the
Interview of Justice Samuel Alito: Another good interview by Bill Kristol.  The first third of the interview c...
and others all recommend rare interview with sitting Supreme Court Justice:
Alito has some very important things to say about the abyss opening beneath the feet of in this piece.
"A little Scottie came running in and the next thing I knew the president came in...We finished up talking baseball."
Chapter 2: So talked-about part of interview with Justice Alito - explanation of conference process:
According to Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, the court's recent decision legalizing same-sex marriage laid...
Samuel Alito & Slippery Slope of Liberty. "progressives should be..worried..about..Court’s ruling on *** marriage"
"Samuel Alito and the Slippery Slope of Liberty: The conservative justice suggests progressives should be just as…
Sorry, Samuel Alito. I read the Atlantic article wrong. He actually voted to ban so-called "crush" videos not allow them.
.interview with fan and Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito
Shame on you, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and John Roberts. You are on the wrong side of history
I got: Samuel Alito! Which conservative Supreme Court Justice are you? via
Samuel Alito wouldn't know "reasonable" if it was jammed up his *** and twisted sideways. He's the worst justice on the Court.
"Of course Samuel Alito was born on April Fools Day!" I screamed at my radio when announced the justice's b-day today
On the topic of my home state, I apologize for Chris Christie, Bon Jovi, Steve Forbes,Antonin Scalia,John Travolta,Samuel Alito
“This month marks the start of Justice Alito’s 10 year on the Supreme Court. He took his seat on Jan. 31, 2006, chosen by President George W. Bush to succeed Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and confirmed by a vote of 58 to 42 after a feeble Democratic filibuster effort collapsed. The Alito-for-O’Connor substitution was the most consequential change on the court since the first President Bush picked Clarence Thomas to replace Justice Thurgood Marshall in 1991. None of the six subsequent departures (in addition to Justice O’Connor, they were Justices Byron R. White and Harry A. Blackmun, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, and Justices Souter and John Paul Stevens) produced anything like the ideological lurch caused by the replacement of a moderately conservative compromise seeker with a lifelong movement conservative. In 1985, a 35-year-old Samuel Alito applied for a job in the Reagan Justice Department with an essay asserting that as a teenager in the 1960s, “the greatest influences on my views we ...
TODAY’S NOTABLE TEXAN OF THE DAY SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR JANUARY 9th 2015 Sandra Day O'Connor was born March 26, 1930 in El Paso Texas. She is a retired Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, serving from her appointment in 1981 by Ronald Reagan until her retirement in 2006. She was the first woman to be appointed to the Court. Prior to O'Connor's appointment to the Court, she was an elected official and judge in Arizona serving as the first female Majority Leader in the United States as the Republican leader in the Arizona Senate. On July 1, 2005, she announced her intention to retire effective upon the confirmation of a successor. Samuel Alito was nominated to take her seat in October 2005, and joined the Court on January 31, 2006. Considered a federalist and a moderate conservative, O'Connor tended to approach each case narrowly without arguing for sweeping precedents. She most frequently sided with the court's conservative bloc, although in the latter years of her tenure, she was re ...
Oh. why did you bait me? "I got Samuel Alito! Which Supreme Court Justice Are You Really?"
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Questions to consider and insights into the motivations of the SCOTUS majority, from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. "This is a fact. Six justices — Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Anthony Kennedy, Samuel Alito, John Roberts, and Sonia Sotomayor — identify as Roman Catholic. There is excellent cause to question the impartiality of any truly devout Catholic justice on an issue such as access to birth control. These beliefs are required by Catholic law. Catholic Canon law explicitly and rather appallingly requires that “a religious submission of the intellect and will must be given to a doctrine which the Supreme Pontiff or the college of bishops declares concerning faith or morals.” (Canon 752). Supreme Pontiffs have made several declarations unequivocally condemning birth control and contraception. Ergo, Catholics must submit to this doctrine, even if it means an AIDS epidemic kills millions of Africans. So, if the Catholic Church requires a “religious submission of the intellect and wil ...
Ad from '08 blasting Susan Collins for supporting extreme judicial nominees like Samuel Alito
Which of the Supreme Court Justices voted in favor of Hobby Lobby? (This is why voting in national elections is important.) The 5-4 vote was divided as follows: FOR Hobby Lobby: Samuel Alito (appointed by George W. Bush), Clarence Thomas (appointed by George H.W. Bush), John Roberts (appointed by George W. Bush), Antonin Scalia (appointed by Ronald Reagan), and Anthony Kennedy (appointed by Ronald Reagan). AGAINST Hobby Lobby: Ruth Bader Ginsburg (appointed by Bill Clinton), Stephen Breyer (appointed by Bill Clinton), Elena Kagan (appointed by Barack Obama), and Sonia Sotomayor (appointed by Barack Obama).
Keep in mind the President/"Deciderer," George W. Bush, who appointed Samuel Alito & Chief Justice John G. Roberts.
Since I have seen a lot of interest in my news feed about the Hobby Lobby ruling I thought some of you all might enjoy a paper I wrote on the case last semester. I was wrong (or perhaps hopeful) in my predictions of how the justices would interpret the law. Here you go: Hobby Lobby’s Do-It-Yourself Birth Control Kit The Court will correctly decide that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act cannot be constitutionally applied. The Court will also decide that the Health and Human Services birth control mandate is not a First Amendment violation. It will be a five to four decision. Chief Justice John Roberts, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan will be in the majority. The dissent will be Justices Anthony Kennedy, Samuel Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas. Justices will concur in the same manner which held that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional. Case Organization and Business Background The Court proceedings for Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wo ...
78 senators - Ron Wyden, included, - voted to confirm John Roberts. 56 voted for Samuel Alito. 52 for Clarence Thomas.
Democrats who voted to confirm Samuel Alito: Robert Byrd, Tim Jonson, Kent Conrad and Ben Nelson.
The chances that Justice Samuel Alito will write the opinion in Harris v. Quinn just increased. That's terrible news for labor.
Next week, could "enact right-to-work nationwide." Why isn't literally everyone talking about this?
The decision on Harris vs. Quinn looks grim: via
The right to bargain collectively is a mark of a democratic state.
Public unions almost banned in the USA. Americans clearly hate good pay and benefits?
Maybe this is what America needs, after all. The straw that'll break the camel's back and set us free, from the...
Interesting Harris v. Quinn not (yet) in NYT graphic but is.Harris could be BIG.
Omfg... If this decision goes the wrong way... EVERY Union will blow their lid!
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Looks like Monday is the day we'll hear the decision on Harris v. Quinn. As this writer points out, it isn't...
Everyone left of Obama should be concerned. | Unions should brace themselves for a major loss
If this comes to pass it will be a devastating blow to ALL workers.
Alito rules based on the law NOT what he ‘feels’ about the case.
Read this. There is a storm coming.
The Supreme Court might wipe Unions of the map in the US: It's time for a
Given v decision, "Unions should brace for a major loss"
If you have a union job... must read!
A dissenting opinion on Aereo came from Justice Antonin Scalia, with Clarence Thomas & Samuel Alito joining.
Alito Speaks at Commencement, (first law grads click link at bottom for more pics)
Congratulations to Belmont's first Law grads--you've already made us proud!
Justice Samuel Alito to speak at Belmont Laws commencement
Voted together, though Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. have sometimes taken a more incremental approach.
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) — This Monday the United States Supreme Court by a five-to-four vote struck down one of the key rationales for founding the United States in the first place. “The separation of church and state has been a cornerstone of American democracy for over two hundred years,” said Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the majority. “Getting rid of it was long overdue.” Justice Antonin Scalia said “Last year, we gutted the Voting Rights Act, and today we did the First Amendment,” he said. “We’ll just have to see what’s left.”
Just finished a great gig playing with Chris for Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito! Loving this music life.
GUARDIAN April 29, 2013 "*** The US Supreme Court endorsed the Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to deal with air pollution blowing across state lines on Tuesday, in an important victory for the Obama administration as well as downwind states. The court's 6-2 decision unblocks a 2011 rule requiring 28 eastern states to reduce power-plant emissions that carry smog and soot particles across state lines, hurting the air quality in downwind states. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writing the court's majority opinion, said the EPA's formula for dealing with cross-state air pollution was “permissable, workable and equitable”. Justice Samuel Alito recused himself, and justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas dissented. The decision delivers an important victory to the EPA which has wrestled for years with trying to regulate air pollution as it moves beyond smokestacks and tailpipes. It is also a win for states such as Connecticut, where 93% of air pollution is from out-of-state sources. Major power c ...
My beautiful headed out to see Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito cause that's how Belmont law rolls
"Justice Samuel Alito to speak at Belmont Law's commencement": The Tennessean has this report.
Justice Samuel Alito to speak at Belmont Law’s commencement
Meet corrupt "Justice" Samuel Alito: childish and rules for the rich.
Justice Samuel Alito will speak at the Belmont College of Law inaugural Commencement Saturday. [The Alberto Gonzales connection at play.]
During an interview, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito called the U.S. News law school rankings an "abomination":
"The idea that the 1st Amendment protects only the speech of media corporations is disturbing." (Samuel Alito)
Samuel Alito is a walking, talking, gavel-swinging ***
That said also there are also the Criminal Actions by Samuel Alito against me personally & those I loved!
Ah, federalism. Which is in the eye of the beholders. The beholders being Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, Samu...
Alito quotes Samuel Adams, who said he’s no bigot & had no problem hearing a sectarian prayer from another religious denomination.
Samuel Alito thinks states can favor Shariah
Samuel Alito's concurring opinion in Greece v. Galloway: defensively scowls at Kagan and mouths "not true."
does this man bear a striking resemblance to Samuel Alito? how many ways?
I just signed a petition to The United States Senate and President Barack Obama: Petition to impeach Supreme Court judges Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, John G. Roberts and Samuel Alito for conspiracy to usurp E Pluribus Unum sovereignty here, they must be impeached! Wish to file…
Good Monday morning America! Would you pray this prayer out loud with me today. "Dear Father God.we pray today for David Green and Hobby Lobby today as their case goes before the United States Supreme Court tomorrow morning.we pray for this company who represents thousands of employees in 40 states in America and thousands of other small businesses who are challenging the Abortion Pill Mandate that would force them to pay for life-ending drugs or face crippling fines.Lord we know that the outcome of this hearing will have a dramatic impact on our religious freedoms in America.we pray for Paul Clement as he argues this case before the highest court in the land on behalf of the Green Family and also the Hahn families and their Christian companies.we pray for wisdom for this he speaks the truth before the U.S. Supreme Court.we pray for all of the nine Justices including Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena K ...
The Best Argument for Marriage I’ve Ever Heard Testifying before the Indiana House Judiciary Committee on Jan. 13, Ryan T. Anderson, the William E. Simon Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, argued to a room full of policymakers: Here is Anderson’s full testimony transcribed, extracted from his blog post: I will be speaking today from the perspective of political science and philosophy to answer the question “What Is Marriage?” I’ve co-authored a book and an article in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy with a classmate of mine from Princeton, Sherif Girgis, and with a professor of ours, Robert George. Justice Samuel Alito cited our book twice in his dissenting opinion in the Supreme Court case involving the Defense of Marriage Act. The title of that book is “What Is Marriage?” An answer to that question is something we didn’t hear today from people on the other side. It’s interesting that we’ve had a three-hour conversation about marriage without much by way of answering that ...
'Jason Garrett may be the most embarrassing alumnus of the university that produced Aaron Burr, Samuel Alito and Donald Rumsfeld.'
I think racism, sexism and homophobia should be an impeachable offense in public office. I think at the very least someone needs to explain, how can a bigot uphold their oath of office when they or not culturally or emotionally capable of representing all Americans. People like Ted Cruz, Jeffery Beauregard Sessions, Jon Kyl, Tom Coburn and Richard Shelby are white Supremacist. They see Blacks and other people of color as subservient life forms. How can we move forward in the 21st century with such a low standard of legislative representation? You have several members of congress that are racist. They may serve the fears and frustrations of their white constituencies but they only serve as terrorist to their Black and Brown citizens in their home states. The same thing can be said about the current US Supreme Court. You have a Chief Justice, John Roberts and Associate Justices Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito who have a knowable history of racism. The US Senate has a history of confirming justices that have ...
Time to judge the judges: It's a breach of judicial ethics for a judge to headline a fundraiser. Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito both have headlined dinners of the Federalist Society. The society claims the lavish gala black-tie dinner is not a fundraiser. Check out what Rep. Louise Slaughter, Common Cause and AFJ found out - and judge for yourself:
But we're all good Kat'liks, said Paul Ryan, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Brown, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Rick Santorum, Chris Christy, Jeb Bush, John Boehner, Marco Rubio, and every other rethuglican hypocritical money-grubbing pol bottom feeder. "But how do you REALLY feel, dad," said my dog just now.
In McDonald versus Chicago Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote "Individual self-defense is 'the central component' of the 2nd Amendment right. Do you agree?
Chapter 1: The American System Part 3: Federalism Federalism in general revolves around the distribution of authority between a central government and regional governments according to the provisions of the Constitution. The conflict experienced between the proponents of a strong central government and proponents of state rights and personal liberty is best demonstrated by the Federalists who pushed for a strong central government and the anti-Federalists who worried that a strong federal government would encroach on the sovereignty of the states and on personal liberty. “The Federalist Papers” published in 1788 were a serious effort by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay to convince the American people to vote for the Union . This conflict led to a bloody Civil war (1861–1865) between Northern and Southern states after South Carolina abrogated its ratification of the Constitution and withdrew from the Union on December 20th, 1860 out of disagreement with the federal government over impo ...
Family Research Council---Tony Perkins An UNconventional Approach to Abortion, Parents' Rights Judging by the ObamaCare mess, Congress has enough to worry about without adding U.S. sovereignty to the mix. But in the Senate, where inefficiency is an art form, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is choosing to waste more of the chamber's time on an international treaty that could be one of the greatest threats to parents' rights that no one knows about. Like most U.N. treaties, this one sounds harmless enough. But behind its innocuous name, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), is dangerous language that cedes parental authority, expands abortion "rights," and chips away at U.S. sovereignty. Democrats say the U.S. should ratify the treaty to encourage other countries to "catch up" to our standards of treating everyone fairly, regardless of their handicaps. But America can be an example to the rest of the world without signing away our rights. After two decades of living under the str ...
DONT ASK ME, ASK JESUS ALL YOUR QUESTION ABOUT THE SABBATH DAY Part 23. Question:- Is It True that catholic church members are the people that are ruling this world? Answer:-The appointment of Sonia Solomayor to the U S A Supreme Court by president, Barack Obama on August 9th 2009 (the 1st Hispaoic and 3rd lady to be appointed to this high office) became the 6th sitting Catholic Justice and has created a new majority of 67%(6 out of 9), Jewish Justices constitute 22% (2 out of 9), the remaining protestant Justice represents 11%(1 out of 9). Ironically the previous Catholic jostice Samuel Alito (the 5th sitting Catholic) was appointed by President Bush on October 31 2005, exactly 488 years to the day of the traditional birthday of Protestantism. When was protestantism born? Protestantism was born on october 31st 1517 when Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Catholic church, challenging the practice of selling indulgences by the authority of the Pope. For the price of a crime St Peter's ch ...
These disaffected Dems have given me many a headache here in FB and have unfriended most of them, I think. Many of them even go so far as to predict gigantic GOP wins for 2014 and 2016 and they will continue to vote their conscience by voting Green. Nicholas J. Evancik: The Tea Partiers are actually smarter than the Greens. The Tea Party knew they could be more effective by co opting an existing party and pushing it to the extreme right. As a third party, the Greens often siphon off just enough votes to allow Republicans to win, and that has resulted in the complete reversal of any environmental laws that were hard fought for and hard won decades ago. To be honest, if Greens did the same, and merged with the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, that wing would be able to have an effect to offset and partially counterbalance the effect of conservative Democrats in the House. Certainly the election of 2000 in Florida would have been different. The Greens constantly deny that Nader gave Bush the electio ...
Some little know facts in the filibuster debate. For those of you just spreading crap without research or confirmation. Just cuz upworthy says it does not mean its true. Claims of Republican obstruction are not only demonstrably false, they are highly hypocritical. The very Democrats now seeking to manufacture confirmation controversy personally devised and carried out a systematic effort to block President Bush’s judicial nominees through an unprecedented use of the Senate filibuster. It is a matter of historical record that beginning in 2001, Senate Democrats dramatically changed the confirmation process. Throughout the Bush administration, Democrats actively sought to block numerous judicial nominees, forcing more than 30 cloture votes as Republicans tried to end persistent Democratic filibuster efforts. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), voted against cloture a record-setting 27 times. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), cast 26 votes to filibuster Bush nominees and, in 2003, defian ...
ANN HARRISON 15YRS (KB-Michael Taylor & Roderick Nunley-Strangers) November 1st, 2012 Taylor (born January 30th, 1967) is a Missouri prison inmate on death row, convicted of raping and murdering 15yr old Ann Harrison after abducting her from a school bus stop in Raytown, Missouri on March 22nd, 1989. Taylor was aided by Roderick Nunley, also currently on Missouri's death row for the same crime. Taylor and Nunley, by their own admissions in court, were under the influence of crack cocaine at the time of the crime. Taylor was scheduled to be executed February 1st, 2006, but was granted a stay of execution by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. The stay was issued on the grounds that lethal injection in Taylor's case could be cruel and unusual punishment. Missouri asked the Supreme Court to vacate the stay, allowing the execution. Justice Samuel Alito, in his first official act on the Supreme Court, voted with the majority (6-3) to refuse Missouri's request. Alito's vote made headlines ...
Trying to sort out the nuclear option taken yesterday by the Senate in judicial nominations, i.e., 60 votes are not required for confirmation. I've heard on the radio today (Mr. Limbaugh) that this is very bad. Very bad indeed. Question. How did Clarence Thomas get confirmed in 1991 by a 52-48 vote? He should have fallen eight votes short right? Or Samuel Alito in 2006 by a 58-42 count? Didn't he need 60 votes? Can anyone explain this?
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Now that Dems have the offensive, they should be wise not to hesitate for a moment to fill everyone of those 93 judicial vacancies with progressively-leaning judges. Because if the GOP had the same opportunity, they would not only pack those vacancies with right-winged ideologues, like Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito; but the GOP would have also gone a step further to peel back the filibuster rules in the Senate to include Supreme Court nominees and most legislation. Make no doubt about that!! Therefore, I think Harry Reid made a mistake to not subject future Supreme Court nominees and most legislation to just a simple majority vote in the Senate also.
Jan 2006: Sen. Obama joined Sen. John Kerry (D, MA), to filibuster the USSC nomination of Samuel Alito.
Supreme Court refuses to block controversial Texas abortion law WASHINGTON (AP) — A sharply divided Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Texas to continue enforcing abortion restrictions that opponents say have led more than a third of the state’s clinics to stop providing abortions. The justices voted 5-4 to leave in effect a provision requiring doctors who perform abortions in clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. The court’s conservative majority refused the plea of Planned Parenthood and several Texas abortion clinics to overturn a preliminary federal appeals court ruling that allowed the provision to take effect. The four liberal justices dissented. The case remains on appeal to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. That court is expected to hear arguments in January, and the law will remain in effect at least until then. Justice Stephen Breyer, writing for the liberal justices, said he expects the issue to return to the Supreme Court once the appeals court issu ...
Samuel Alito's sweaty scrotum as he does pushups in the halls of the United States Supreme Court Building to impress an inte…
Reasoning that the scourge of racial discrimination at the polling place is largely behind us, a 5-to-4 SCOTUS vote guts the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, John G. Roberts, and Samuel Alito reportedly realized today that they would someday be portrayed as villains in an Oscar-winning film about the fight for marriage equality. “Oh, God, the major social ramifications, the political intrigue, all the important people involved in the case—I’m going to be played by some sinister character actor in a drama with tons of award buzz, aren’t I?” said Scalia, joining his fellow dissenting justices in realizing they would be antagonists in a film potentially titled Defense Of Marriage -the onion
Well I guess John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Antonin Scalia are the Supreme Homophobe, Bigots, Racists, Sexists of the country now.
Your street is probably more prominent than Samuel Alito Drive.
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UPDATE Friday 5:51 pm: Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr., on Friday afternoon ordered that the Court’s ruling in the “Baby Veronica” case will go into effect a week from now. That will return the case to the South Carolina Supreme Court to decide with which family the baby will live. Updated last SCOTUSBlog post as of Friday.
President Obama, whose election as the nation’s first black president was cited by critics of the law as evidence that it was no longer needed, said he was “deeply disappointed” by the ruling. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg summarized her dissent from the bench, an unusual move and a sign of deep disagreement. She cited the words of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and said his legacy and the nation’s commitment to justice had been “disserved by today’s decision.” She said the focus of the Voting Rights Act had properly changed from “first-generation barriers to ballot access” to “second-generation barriers” like racial gerrymandering and laws requiring at-large voting in places with a sizable black minority. She said the law had been effective in thwarting such efforts. The law had applied to nine states — Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia — and to scores of counties and municipalities in other states, including Brookly ...
Even those who support the 21 drinking age, which I don't, should be appalled at how it is being enforced in the Obama Police State.
But she has much higher name recognition than Samuel Alito/
Chuck Doswell and Vickie Doswell, Justice Samuel Alito seems to feel that your relationship is grounded in a fallacy. He feels this MUST be stopped before who knows what might happen. If you read this not even carefully, you'll see he acknowledges that the definition of marriage is based upon current "understanding" of what that means. But then he proffers a hypothesis, unproven of course, as a basis for worrying about unintended consequences. It is one of the most egregious examples of unstructured, illogical thinking I've seen. What a contrast to Chief Justice Robert's opinions, even those with which I disagree. In his opinion concurring with the dissent on the DOMA ruling: "...Past changes in the understanding of marriage -- for example, the gradual ascendance of the idea that romantic love is a prerequisite to marriage -- have had far-reaching consequences. We can expect something similar to take place if same-sex marriage becomes widely accepted. The long-term consequences of this change are not ...
Glenn from Germantown Maryland mentions hearing Evangelical Pastors say that it is time to recognize that we have lost the battle on the issue of Same Sex "M... June 27th with Sheila Liaugminas We have always been a nation whose government serves by the consent of the governed, with separate and enumerated powers, states’ rights, rule of law and all that. Things have been ‘evolving,’ in popular parlance. With the Supreme Court rulings on marriage this week, we got a paradigm shift from self-government to ‘the tyranny of the majority,’ though that needs clarification to understand the meaning of “majority”, the way most of the language we’re using these days could benefit from clarification. So just to recap quickly, John Adams, Alexis de Tocqueville and John Stuart Mill all referred to this term, roughly to mean ‘those who control the levers of power’, in my shorthand translation. Lord Acton put it thus: The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections. —The History of Freedom in Antiquity, 1877 It’s ...
The logical conclusion of this reasoning is that if the government could have enforced arranged marriage with a federal law, it should have, since no one could predict the outcome of these newfangled romantic-love marriages, which altered the institution of marriage forever.
Is an illusion of civil liberties all that is left? It has seemed that way for quite some time, as all the evidence piling up points to that conclusion. Here is the latest to that effect:
On the next episode of “The Madness Collective”…. onJune 28, 2013We’ll be discussing:1. Edward Snowden – does he REALLY think he’s going to get away?? The Supreme Court – Good job re DOMA and Proposition 8, and absolutely HORRIFIC call re The Voting Rights Act of 1965. A...
As more and more details keep coming out about the NSA's surveillance program, the story keeps coming back around to the key point that many people have been raising all along: How the *** can all of this be legal? The answer may be a simple...
Justice Clarence Thomas skipping through a field of daisies with Samuel Alito
Our correction of Dana Milbank’s column on Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito
Here is a good article especially for younger people in relation to the healthcare legislation and how it will affect you. Biggest hit...instead of rates around $70/$75 per month they will see rates around $480 per month. How is that for change? 5 Reasons America’s Young May Hate Obamacare By Meghan Foley June 28, 2013 Thanks to a provision written into the 2010 healthcare reform, the Affordable Care Act, insurers paid the $147-million medical bill for the approximately 500,000 young adults aged 19 to 26 who were added to their parents’ insurance policies. This is a sign that one of the first implemented provisions of Obamacare has had its intended effect: shifting costs from hospitals, taxpayers, and families to health insurance companies. Young people who are not able to take advantage of that provision experience a far different reality, and they might not be so keen on the Affordable Care Act. Here’s a look at why Americans aged 19 to 26 could hate Obamacare: 1) Nobody likes government pressur . ...
Sam Alito, who will never have a supervisor again in his life, has no problem seeing past the problems of those of us who will.
" Samuel Alito" MT There are right to lifers who are butthurt by/at other right to lifers.
Turner v. Rogers, 564 U.S.__ (2011) is a case decided by the United States Supreme Court on June 20, 2011, that held that a state must provide safeguards to reduce the risk of erroneous deprivation of liberty in civil contempt cases such as child support cases. The decision, however, stopped short o...
*** forgive the term, describes him. Justice Samuel Alito: Why he’s so rude.
American Express or a Wells Farrago? How officials get rich stealing the public's liberty: or how we tithe to support the priesthood of the new religion. apologies to Justice Samuel Alito for calling a spade a shovel and thanks for confirming my suspicions by publishing your insights " “Under any standard of review, this Court should credit and adopt the trial court’s findings because they result from rigorous and exacting application of the Federal Rules of Evidence, and are supported by reliable research and by the unanimous consensus of mainstream social science experts”. at 25, of Brief for Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure Professors as Amici Curiae in Hollingsworth v. Perry, O. T. 2012, No. 12–144, pp. 2–3 Only an arrogant legal culture that has lost all appreciation of its own limitations could take such a suggestion seriously. " "And given the size of government and the degree to which it now regulates daily life, it seems unlikely that either Congress or the States could maintain c ...
Samuel Alito: The Rudest Justice via Poor guy--he's "white" like me. We are a hated class and I don't care.
Justice Samuel Alito: Why he’s so rude. - Slate Magazine You got me--I DID think it was Scalia. I'll be quasi-vigil
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Erin Burnett talks to Jeffrey Toobin about the Supreme Court striking down a key part of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
6/27/13 - In response to Justice Clarence Thomas's vote with the majority of Supreme Court members in overturning a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of...
He’s been off the rails for years, but the justice’s latest outburst regarding homosexuality should be the last straw: it’s time for Congress to kick him out, writes David Dow.
There are many reasons to loathe GWB but John Roberts and Samuel Alito frequently come to mind.
“I think the Supreme Court didn’t recognize the degree to which voter suppression is still a problem around the country.” -President Barack Obama America described by the Chief Justice, the one in which "blatantly discriminatory evasions of federal decrees are rare," is an America which has never once existed and which obviously does not exist today. The America the rest of us see so clearly with our own eyes, the America in which officials all over are actively seeking to suppress black and Hispanic votes, is the one that tens of millions of the rest of us have to live with, at least for now, without the protections of Section 4 of the venerable law. When rights are weakened for some, they are weakened for all. We all are much weaker today in the wake of this ruling. -Andrew Cohen
Re: the DOMA decision, Justice Samuel Alito said, "“The Constitution does not guarantee the right to enter into a same-sex marriage." ...
Supreme Court: Imprisoned Man Should Not Have Received Harsher Sentence a ruling Thursday, 8 justices agreed that a burglary conviction should not have enhanced the sentence By Allie Bidwell In one of three decisions handed down Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that a 1970s conviction should not have been used to increase the sentence of a man imprisoned as an “armed career criminal.” Eight justices agreed in an opinion that Matthew Descamps, 56, should not have gotten a harsher penalty when he was convicted of possessing a firearm in a 2005 shooting incident. Justice Samuel Alito cast a dissenting vote. Though he could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison originally, Descamps has been serving a nearly 22-year sentence for the crime, according to the Associated Press. Because he had been convicted of multiple crimes, including a 1978 conviction for burglary in California, he fell under the Armed Career Criminal Act that requires a 15-year minimum sentence. Although Descamps argued that his b ...
— How Samuel Alito became the rudest SCOTUS justice, worse than Scalia.
After authoring a slew of 5–4 conservative opinions this week and helping to effectively kill the Voting Rights Act, Justice Samuel Alito should be in a good mood. He’s not. On Monday, a cranky Alito rolled his eyes, shook his head, and looked at the ceiling— a jarring breach of...
As seen on HuffPo - weird combination of sidebar news pics. Cue corny comments about Samuel Alito being a coke head.
"the real walking id of the Court’s preposterously Janus-faced conservative faction is Justice Samuel Alito"
Samuel Alito: The Rudest Justice of a bad bigoted bunch of political activists
As an Italian-American, I want to sincerely apologize to the entire nation for Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito.
Employee Rights Hurt by Supreme Court Decisions Today’s post comes from guest author Jon Rehm of the Nebraska Bar from Rehm, Bennett & Moore. Employee rights in the workplace took a step backward with the Vance and Nassar decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court. So what does this mean in concrete terms for employees?Vance: The main takeaway from Vance is that employees must tell upper management and humanresources about workplace harassment. This has been federal law in the Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit (Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico and Rhode Island) and the 8th Circuit (Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Missouri and Arkansas). In order to sustain a workplace harassment claim under federal law, employees must now be able to show that management knew about harassment and that management failed to take effective action against the harassment. Jon Rehm Nassar: Nassar made it more difficult to prove retaliation under federal law. In the 5-4 majority decision ...
When you make Antonin Scalia look mature and pleasant, you need to reassess your behavior. Samuel Alito, I'm lookin' at you.
Huh. This Paula Dean person must be TERRIBLY well preserved. I know when I grew up, in Washington State, in the 1950's, we had southerners around us. They didn't use the N-word. Or I thought they didn't. Then my brother used the word - and Mom washed his mouth out. With Lava soap. So... I assume Ms. Dean grew up in the 1890's? Or at least the 1930's? "I growed up that way" means we get to keep women out of jobs, black people on the back of the bus, and pouring raw sewage into rivers? This whole Southern backlash, black AND white really feels like a pimple being burst. That ain't cream sauce on the waffles.:P
I could have told you this after reading The Nine. Weirdo. Samuel Alito: The Rudest Justice via
The DOMA ruling paves the way for a more sweeping decision on the country's marriage laws.
This article about SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito has to be read to be believed.
The Rudest Justice: why is Samuel Alito so nasty?
Something to consider: The Federal Government has established a maximum security prison called ADX that houses everyone in maximum security, eating, sleeping, showering etc. with one hour out in either a room or a small enclosed outside area similar to a dog kennel. On its face it is for security. The Austin Police Department and Travis County Jails already have similar segregation for unruly inmates. However, ECHR judges met in a closed door conference with Supreme Court Justices Stephen Breyer, Samuel Alito, Anthony Kennedy and Sonia Sotomayor and State Department legal advisors to continue the practice of (SAM) Special Security Measures, that go beyond and limit communication between anyone except attorney's and immediate family. Letters from family may take 6 months to be cleared and all are subject to criminal prosecution if they disclose any ill treatment in conversations from a prisoner. It is important to understand that every police officer, every citizen and every activist have a sublime nu ...
Ginsburg calls on Congress to take action on two decisions made by her conservative colleagues.
Stephen Breyer Freedom under the Constitution means two very different things. The first—a very ancient liberty—is the freedom to take part in government. That’s called democracy. The second—a more...
University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps says that the "display of rudeness" by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito toward his...
Justice Samuel Alito struck down sec 3 of DOMA at least for now and leaves intact state constitutional definition of Marriage, as that of one man and one woman, but i am deeply saddened by two other decisions, to not only allow and encourage same sex marriage but to demand from government the same protection and benefits with traditional married couples. This is not a victory for Human Rights, this is a victory for Atheists ideology to further their causes of undermining traditional family principles and to further their goal in damaging true moral standards founded on biblical principles by our forefathers.
The court said the father could not rely on the Indian Child Welfare Act for relief because he never had legal or physical custody at the time of adoption proceedings, which were initiated by the birth mother without his knowledge. Justice Samuel Alito said when "the adoption of an Indian child is voluntarily and lawfully initiated by a non-Indian parent with sole custodial rights, the (law's) primary goal of preventing unwarranted removal of Indian children and the dissolution of Indian families is not implicated." The oyate is in trouble, fear for our children, the second coming of boarding schools is upon us...
As wonderful as the downfall of DOMA was..the vote was 5-4...The fact that those four are in such a powerful position dampens it a bit and really scares me for future decisions...Dissenting were Justices John Roberts, Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas.
Further to the discussion on rudeness from our politicians consider this from the Huffington Post,
The Third Political Branch Bush v. Gore allowed the appointments of Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito. It came handy
Today's interesting fact: The Supreme Court consists of 9 justices. - Antonin Scalia, appointed in 1986 by President Reagan - Anthony Kennedy. appointed in 1988 by President Reagan - Clarence Thomas, appointed in 1991 by President Bush (1) - Ruth Bader Ginsburg, appointed in 1993 by President Clinton - Steven Breyer, appointed in 1994 by President Clinton - John Roberts, appointed in 2005 by President Bush (2) - Samuel Alito, appointed in 2006 by President Bush (2) - Sonia Sotomayor, appointed in 2009 by President Obama - Elena Kagan, appointed in 2010 by President Obama
Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas are NOT ur bois
Dana Milbank: Justice Samuel Alito’s middle-school antics Unprofessional behavior at all levels.
The Enlightenment thinkers, intellectuals, social activists against, then the Feudal class system, along with the American revolutionaries, never realized that their betrayal of social values, of their social agenda, of their social Patriotism, with CLASS COMPROMISES, slavery and colonialism, would become A STILL BORN social movement. It would usher in another class deformed system, Capitalism, and whose class corruption, class tyranny, would OVERWHELM all 3 branches of government, 4 if you include the corrupt, corporate media, and breach, then degenerate what was then a crippled, class deformed republic into totalitarianism, slavery, then Fascism. The two party system was stillborn, class compromised, the Legislative branch, also the executive branch even further into serial class tyrants, morphing into Fascists. Now the Supreme Court and its judicial system, always crippled by class laws, selectively enforced, has degenerated into racism, fascism, JUDICIAL FASCISM: Supreme Court Guts Voting Rights Act . ...
The 5-to-4 decision found that the case represented an exception to the Indian Child Welfare Act, a federal law designed to make it difficult for Indian children to be removed from their families.
If Samuel Alito and John Roberts were accelerated to the limits of conventional propulsion and then collided at high speed...well, I hate to to observe the outcome and then document the findings. My guess is that we'd have two D-Bag-shaped openings on the court.
Samuel Alito's disrespect and lack of decorum is disappointing. He has behaved similarly toward our President.
Why we need a system for impeaching justices: "Justice Samuel Alito: Why he’s so rude."
Aloto is an extremist ideologue who should never be in this position of power. Plus he's a ***
In a 5-4 decision that crossed ideological lines, the Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to rule on the merits of Proposition 8-California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the court's majority that that the private proponents of Prop. 8 did not have standing to defend the measure in federal courts. The decision vacates the appeals court ruling holding the measure unconstitutional, but appears to leave intact a district judge's ruling that also found the measure unconstitutional. Conservative Justice Antonin Scalia joined with Roberts, as did liberal Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan. Justice Anthony Kennedy dissented with conservative Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, as well as liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor. The ruling is likely to result in same-sex marriages going forward in California, but additional litigation is expected about the scope and validity of the district court's ruling.
Samuel Alito for Sandra Day O'Connor has been a disaster for America. @ 11:20. Jeffrey Toobin interview.
Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote NBC's Pete Williams reports on the 7-2 decision that knocked down Arizona's requirement for would-be voters to show proof of U.S. citizenship. By Pete Williams and Erin McClam NBC News (June 17, 2013) The Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona law that requires people to submit proof of citizenship when they register to vote. The vote was 7-2. Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the majority, said that a 1993 federal law known as the Motor Voter Act takes precedence over the Arizona law because of its requirement that states "accept and use" the federal voter registration form. Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, two members of the court's conservative wing, dissented. Only a handful of states have similar laws, which the states say are meant to reduce voter fraud. Civil rights groups said the Arizona law was an effort to discourage voting by legal immigrants, and they worried that more states would have followed ...
Remember when Sandra Day O'Connor retired & George Bush packed the court by filling the empty slot with Samuel Alito?
4th amendment kicked to the curb by these 5.Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer and Samuel Alito sided with Kennedy’s view on the matter and voted in favor...
Remember the little boy in Hook? "Charles Korsmo earned a degree in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2000. In 2002, he began working for the United States Federal Government on missile defense. He has also worked for the Environmental Protection Agency and for the Republican Party in the House of Representatives. He received a Juris Doctor degree from Yale Law School in 2006. At Yale, he was a member of the Federalist Society, an organization for politically conservative law students. In January 2006, he and other Yale Law students signed an open letter to Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter supporting the nomination of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. In July 2007, Korsmo passed the New York State Bar exam. Formerly an associate in the New York office of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and a visiting professor at Brooklyn Law School, Korsmo is currently a professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. In May 2011, it was announced that Korsmo had been ...
here's an example of your hypocrisy voted against Alberto Gonzales, Condi Rice, Samuel Alito
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Jan 31-1950 President Harry S. Truman announced that he had ordered development of the hydrogen bomb./1971 Astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr., Edgar D. Mitchell and Stuart A. Roosa blasted off aboard Apollo 14 on the third successful manned mission to the moon./1990 McDonald's Corp. opened its first fast-food restaurant in Moscow./2000 An Alaska Airlines jet plunged into the ocean off Southern California on a flight from Mexico to San Francisco, killing all 88 people on board./2001 A Scottish court sitting in the Netherlands convicted one Libyan and acquitted a second in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland./2006 Samuel Alito was confirmed by the Senate and sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice./2006 The Senate approved Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve./2011 Egypt's military promised not to fire on peaceful protests and recognized "the legitimacy of the people's demands."/2011 Myanmar opened its first parliament in more than two decades.
And God, keep Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito & John Roberts in good health for the next 4 years. Amen
I just read a fact that I never realized and kind of bothers me. A lot of you will probably roll your eyes and say, "Who cares?". For all the talk about diversity in government, it usually just boils down to gender and race. According to the American Bar Association, there are 201 approved law schools in the U.S. that confer law degrees. But apparently all nine current members of the U. S. Supreme Court are products of the same three Ivy League law schools. Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated from Columbia; Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Sonya Sotomayor from Yale, and the other five justices from Harvard.
Harold Ford Jr criticized Senate Dems who attempted to filibuster the nomination of Samuel Alito. He's NO DEM.
Antonin Scalia, John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, & Samuel Alito are just as guilty as Wayne LaPierre.
BREAKING: The nation gets to see on Prop 8 how much further A-holes Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas are!
Trivia Question of the Day: Who replaced William Rehnquist as Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court after his death in 2005? a) Elena_Kagan b) John G. Roberts c) Sandra Day O'Connor d) Thurgood Marshall e) Samuel Alito
Samuel Alito defends the Citizens United case. Nice. What's next? Dred Scott?
for a presumely smart man he has lost his mind- Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Justice, Takes On via
hey GOP ** no more Antonin Scalia or Samuel Alito on the Supreme Court! **
Ok so the talking heads out there are Raging that John Kerry Cant be Secdef because he threw his medals away and blah blah blah. What they seem to be forgetting is that he did serve in Vietnam. He didn't dodge the draft like warhawks like Samuel Alito, John Ashcroft, *** Cheney, Bill Frist, Rudy Giuliani, Rush Limbaugh, Trent Lott, Mitch McConnell, Ted Nugent, Bill O'Reilly. Now the best comeback to my trolling tonight has to be. "Well yeah but Obama dodge the draft".I mean where do you being with these people. How bout in 1971 the President was 10...
Pray for our country. And pray especially for the continued well-being and dedication of these five individuals: Antonin Scalia, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, and Anthony Kennedy. Because it appears we all draw nearer to receiving what only the liberals deserve.
Most conservatives are worried and upset about having Obama as President for four more years, as well they should be. However, the Presidency isn't the only branch of government that warrants our concern...we must not forget the importance of the Supreme Court and the role Obama might play in how it deals with social issues for decades to come. Of course, the President nominates potential justices. There are four conservative judges right now, with Anthony Kennedy quite often serving as a "swing vote". Three are relatively young: John Roberts is 57; Clarence Thomas is 64; Samuel Alito is 62. However, the aforementioned Kennedy and Antonin Scalia are both 76. We need to pray that they can hang around until the age of 80, or othewise Obama will replace them with liberals, and we sure don't want that, as liberals would then control the Court.
Pray for the continued health of Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and, yes, even John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy
The lessons of Election 2012 - (1) Despite Citizens' United, the informed electorate of the country is not yet for sale to the Koch boys or anyone else, (2) At least two probable Supreme Court Justices ( and a possible 3, 4 or even 5!) will be replaced by the former editor of the Harvard Law Review, and with superior choices like Mdm. Justice Sotomayor and not glaring mediocrities like Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, (3) Diplomacy will again be the guiding m.o. of foreign policy, and not knee-jerk reactionary mischief (i.e., "Brains before Bullets"), (4) Universal Health Care is now cemented into the American fabric - somewhere, President Truman is smiling, and next to Senator Ted Kennedy, (5) Marriage evolution took a major leap forward thanks to Maine, Maryland and Wisconsin with its first openly *** elected US Senator (in part, thanks to Kevin Stewart). Rock on., (6) Reefer Madness be damned, (7) For the second time in American history, US citizens just dumped the "Tea" into Boston Harbor. If the Re ...   10% Off
Hey Carl Rove. Hey Sheldon Adelson. Hey Koch Brothers. I think I got a bigger bang for my donation than you did. Hey Antonin Scalia, John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Anthony Kennedy: money cannot buy elections. We still live in a democracy. Thank God. Hey Mitch McConnell and John Boehner: grow up and put country first. And to my president who has been so disrespected: I don't know how you turn the other cheek but thank God you do. Mitt: go home(s).
With all the political rhetoric and propaganda flying around it’s hard to make a decision based on facts because the facts are mixed in with all the other crap. Based on what I know to be fact, I will NEVER vote for a Republican for any office. I want to be represented by some one who only takes ONE oath when they except office. Not one to the USA, one to Norquist, one to the Tea Party and who knows what else. I think women should get equal pay for equal work and that a woman should have the right to sue an employer who does not pay them fairly. Lilly Ledbetter Act passed by Obama. Supreme Court Justices like Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, denied Ledbetter the right to sue her employer for decades of pay discrimination that is why Ledbetter Act was necessary. Any justices appointed by Romney will surely vote to overturn this. Romney may only be there for 4 years, but his court appointees will be able to screw things up for decades.
The Baltimore Sun endorses Obama for president. Barack Obama rescued an economy in crisis and restored our global leadership; he offers a chance for a secure, sustainable future. "We can't be sure which Mitt Romney would occupy the White House. But we can evaluate his campaign promises. He has supported changes to Medicare that would erode the strength of the system for current enrollees and leave future recipients short of the care they need in old age. He would transfer control of Medicaid — which provides nursing home care and aid to the disabled in addition to health care for the poor — to the states, and severely cut federal support in the process. He would appoint Supreme Court Justices in the mold of Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, which would all but guarantee a reversal of Roe v. Wade and more conservative judicial activism along the lines of Citizens United. And he would repeal Obamacare, leaving millions without health insurance and eliminating any realistic mechanism for ...
Rommny has also said that if elected he will appoint Justices who think like Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito, all of whom supported Citizens United. President Obama, in contrast has shown us the kind of Justices he'd choose. He's picked two of them: Sonia Sotomayor (who joined Justice Steven's brilliant and inspiring Citizens United dissent) and Elena Kagan, who joined Sotomayor, Ginsburg, and Breyer this spring seeking to get the Court to re-examine Citizens United.
Does anyone remember Barack Obama's State Of The Union Address in 2010, in which he directly castigated the Reagan/Bush Supreme Court for overturning most of the federal campaign finance laws that had been previously in effect, thus making it possible for all these anonymous and unaccountable PACS to spend whatever they want to place all of these outright lies on television? Does anyone remember how the black-robed John Roberts, Samuel Alito, and Antonin Scalia fidgeted in their chairs as he spoke? Even John McCain, who had either authored or supported much of the previous legislation, was appalled by the decision. It makes me sick.
voted against the confirmations of conservative Supreme Court Justices John Roberts in 2005 and Samuel Alito in 2006
Dr. Thomas should be Chief Justice. God Bless you, Sir. Antonin Scalia great too. Samuel Alito--Yes, CJ Roberts-Traitor
• Obama votes to reject pro-Second Amendment Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Samuel Alito (2005 and 2006).
A dear friend said there is NO WAY Planned Parenthood would be eliminated, that *** would not be treated equally and a women's right to choose would be taken away. I say there are NINE ways this could happen in the next four years if Mitt get's his way: John Paul Stevens, 88, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 75, Antonin Scalia, 72, Anthony Kennedy, 71, Stephen Breyer, 69, David Souter, 68, Clarence Thomas, 60, Samuel Alito, 58,John Roberts, 53. Think about it.
Do Not Stop Now - Keep praying. God's promises never fail. 40 Days to Save America Pray Campaign Prayer Day 20 Father, we thank You for our founders' great respect for Your gift of free will, and for pledging their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to establish a government which would protect our God-given right to freedom. As our liberties hang in the balance, we ask O God, for Your guidance and help in restoring liberty for our children and for generations to come. We pray for the freedom to acknowledge You through our public institutions. We pray for the freedom of religions conscience without coercion by penalty of force of law. Lord, from our founding we have upheld the belief that our rights are inalienable and come from You, and our first God-given right is the freedom of religion. Observing what happens in countries where there is no religious liberty, we ask You to keep the doors open for true religious freedom and expression in our country. We ask You to keep the airwaves open for t ...
Mitt Romney’s campaign just can’t figure out whether he supports equal pay for women or not. When asked last April about Romney’s view on the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which restored equal pay rights the Roberts Court cut back in 2007, Romney’s campaign responded with an awkward six second silen...
Just look at Obama’s history on Gun Control. It shows that he is relentless in attempting to circumvent the 2nd amendment. Just one of many constitutional rights he would like to modify or take away. If he can't legislate it he will go around it with law suits using the US Attorneys General to do his dirty work. Or even appoint liberal judges that will help his cause. This is just his work on guns. Somehow this is supposed to make us safer. Illegal guns like the ones he let loose in Mexico in the infamous " Fast and Furious Scandal" is just a hint of what he is intending to do in the next 4 years. Remember, he could not do all the radical things he wanted in his first term because he might not get elected. Ronald Reagan said once that we were only one election cycle away from loosing our freedom and I believe we are at that crossroad now. VOTE NO BAMA and keep our constitution in tact. On guns he has . • Obama supports ban on the manufacture, sale and possession of all handguns (1996). • Obama endor ...
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Why diversity on campus is a national security issue: To Justice Samuel A. Alito, at oral argument you asked abo...
Samuel Alito, who has yet to show off a court style unlike John Roberts car, salesman smarm, Clarence Thomas dittohead, fencepost riff and
So after Roberts, Bush had a failed nomination but he was able to appoint Samuel Alito, a consistent conservative.
Judge Samuel Alito’s Disturbing Record on Civil Rights - The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
"Justice Samuel Alito, a dedicated foe of affirmative action"
It's unfortunate that one of the most rational justices to ever grace the bench, Sandra Day O'Connor, was replaced by Samuel Alito...
Politico: Justice Samuel Alito looks at impact on Asian Am of race based college admissions.
In today's scotus hearing Sandra Day O'Connor strolled in and looked up at Samuel Alito who was ruling on via Mike Sacks
"A marginal candidate who gets rejected by UT can always enroll in ROTC at Texas A&M or Texas Tech" - Justice Samuel Alito
we have stressed this before, the true power lies in the Supreme Court -- this is one of the more important reasons to vote -- here is a snipet from an article in Yahoo News -- "Whoever wins the election this fall may be in a position to radically change the ideological makeup of the Supreme Court, a legacy that far outlasts a four-year term. On Wednesday, the nine justices will hear oral arguments over whether and in what ways universities can use the race of applicants as a deciding factor in admissions. Just nine years ago, the Court upheld race in admissions in a 5-4 vote when swing justice Sandra Day O'Connor joined the liberal wing of the court for the decision. O'Connor has since been replaced by the much more conservative Samuel Alito, and some judicial experts think the relatively recent decision will be reversed, displaying how quickly court nominations have consequences on the law."
One of the issues in the upcoming Presidential election is, who will nominate the next Justic eto the United States Supreme Court. As the judges age, a President has the ability to shape the court for good or ill for the next 25 to 40 years, depending on the age of the jurist selected. Given the Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito debacle, I'm much happier with Obama making those decisions. It is too early to fully judge the impact of Elena Kagan andSonia Sotomayor. However, I'm much more comfortable with justices who can actually read a statute and interpret the law in a way that protects the rights of all of the citizens of the USA. When you vote, realize that the legacy of a President extends well beyond the next 4 or 8 years.
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