Supreme Court & Justice Ginsburg
A Supreme Court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. Ruth Joan Bader Ginsburg (born March 15, 1933) is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. /5
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I like that I have a favorite Supreme Court Justice. The Supreme Court also being my biggest worry now.
Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her…
Justice Ginsburg should be ashamed of herself. She has politicized/undercut Supreme Court with her screeching.
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Find out how many women SCOTUS Justice Ginsburg believes should be on the Supreme Court! # may surprise you!
Justice Ginsburg calls out the Supreme Court's conservatives for empowering corporations over people.
This week's is SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg is the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
ZURICH, Oct 8 (Reuters) - On the evening after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld same-sex marriage, liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was
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Q: "when will there be enough women on the Supreme Court?" Justice Ginsburg: "when there are nine!"
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Justice Ginsburg's reaction to John Oliver's doggy Supreme Court sketch: 'I thought it was hilarious.'
Recently the United States Surpreme Court denied a Petition for a Writ of Certiorari, letting stand sentences of fifteen, sixteen, and nineteen years respectively imposed on three defendants convicted of distributing "very small amounts of crack cocaine". The sentencing Guidelines would have provided for sentences between two and five years, except that the trial judge found that the defendants had also committed the crime of "conspiracy to distribute drugs." He therefore calculated much higher sentencing Guidelines. Not only had the defendants not been convicted of conspiracy, they had actually been acquitted of it by the jury. Justice Scalia would have accepted the case for review by the Supreme Court and wrote a dissent, joined by Justice Thomas and Justice Ginsburg. See, Jones v. United States, 574 U.S. ___ (2014)
Justice Ginsburg predicted this in her Hobby Lobby dissent... and here it is... Well who remembers the Satan statue that is getting placed in Oklahoma? You know the one that is going to sit right next to Ten Commandments statue in on the State Capitol. Well, Thanks to Hobby Lobby.. The Satanists are about to really pull a victory, a "religious" victory. They are filing a lawsuit requesting Hobby Lobby type exemption from state mandated counseling for abortions. Satanist Spokesperson Lucian Greaves puts it simply: “…the Supreme Court has decided that religious beliefs are so sacrosanct that they can even trump scientific fact.” This case is certainly not as clean cut as their statue case, it is, nonetheless, still a very compelling argument. In accordance with the Satanic religion, Satanists believe in science as a tenet of their religion. Therefore, under Hobby Lobby precedent, they are arguing they can get exempt from the ridiculous and costly abortion counseling required by many states. Oklahoma a ...
DANG IF THIS HAPPENS WHILE Barry is still in office.Say bye bye America and our beloved Constitution. Letters: Justice Ginsburg must quit high court BY ERWIN CHEMERINSKY Posted: March 21, 2014 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. But only by resigning this summer can she ensure that a Democratic president will be able to choose a successor who shares her views and values. A great deal turns on who picks Ginsburg's successor. There are, for example, four likely votes to overturn Roe v. Wade on the current court: Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. If a Republican president selects Ginsburg's replacement, that justice easily could be the fifth vote needed to allow the government to prohibit all abortions. On many cases - including ones involving environmental ...
A smelly but joyful celebration of N.Y.'s Jewish heritage A visit to a 100-year-old specialty foods store on the Lower East Side activates a sense memory that reminds one of generations - and smoked fish - of yore. The final weeks of the U.S. Supreme Court term ending last October were arguably the most momentous in the court’s recent history, with a series of major rulings on *** marriage, Affirmative Action and voting rights. So imagine my surprise when I received a letter at that time from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, accepting my request to interview her about lox and pickled herring. But as I continued to work on my documentary, "The Sturgeon Queens" – on the story of the 100-year-old “appetizing” store Russ & Daughters, on New York's Lower East Side – I came to understand why she decided to participate. Like everyone I spoke to for the film, Justice Ginsburg feels a connection to the place that goes far beyond smoked fish. She told me how her mother used to bring her to the crowded, noisy ...
RBG is always right. “Justice Ginsburg slams Supreme Court's "hubris" in fiery dissent on Voting Rights Act:
Americans trust Judge Judy more than Supreme Court Justices. Fear not, Justice Ginsburg is not too far behind
I’ll warn you in advance; the next two years, especially, will be a nightmare. 1) Expect absolutely nothing passed by the House of Representatives to pass in the Senate. Obama, Reid and Company now have an iron fisted grip on the upper chamber and can simply ignore the House of Representatives anytime they want. And they will – often, if not always. About the only thing the two will agree on is joint resolutions commending various groups or citizens for achievements totally outside the political sphere. Renaming a post office will suddenly become a political issue. 2) It seems quite reasonable to expect at least one retirement from the Supreme Court and, quite possibly, two within the next two years. If the first one is Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the political makeup of the court would stay the same – 5 to 4 with Obama’s next nominee to be as far left leaning as every other. Mrs. Ginsburg is 79 and not in good health. As the New York Times points out, Justice Ginsburg, a stalwart of t ...
For my friends who have some hesitation to vote for Romney, I'd just ask you to keep these things in mind: 1. Justice Scalia just turned 78 2. Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this yr 3. Justice Breyer will be 76 in Aug 4. Justice Ginsburg turned 81 about a wk ago. In addition, Justice Ginsburg has Pancreatic Cancer. 5 Justice Stephens has already said he would retire & is just waiting for Obama to be reelected. The next president could appoint as many as 5 new Justices over the next 4 yrs, or over the next 8 yrs if a new President gets a 2nd term. This election is about much more than the Obama-Care Tax. Whomever we elect as president in Nov is almost certainly going to choose at least 1 new member of the Supreme Court, in addition to hundreds of other life-tenured federal judges, all of whom will be making momentous decisions about our lives for decades to come." If you don't think it matters whether the guy making those calls is Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, Think Again. So, for anybody who is thinkin ...
First Monday of Oct.: US Supreme Court starts new term. Justice Ginsburg noted event that may get review.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was appoi
Briefly: In an interview with Joan Biskupic for' Reuters , Justice Ginsburg revealed that she fractured two ribs after a fall in early June. 'The Justice continued to follow her normal work schedule after the injury, and says she remains committed to staying on the Court for at least three more years. At the' Opinionator 'blog of The New York Times, Linda Greenhouse discusses the Court's role in the success of Title IX and its more recent reluctance to find implied private rights of action in similar statutes. This blog's symposium on the' Supreme Court and the Election 'continues with a contribution from' Nan Aron 'of the Alliance for Justice Action Campaign. At' CNN , Laura Moye of Amnesty International's USA Death Penalty Abolition Campaign responds to Texas's recent execution of Marvin Wilson, whose IQ was sixty-one. (Conor had more coverage of the execution in yesterday's' round-up . ) Over at the' Crime and Consequences 'blog, Kent Scheidegger notes that the Court refused to stay the execution of Da ...
Briefly: This blog continues its symposium on the' Supreme Court and the 2012 Election 'with a post by' Chris Gober , who considers the potential political ramifications of some of the Court's most polarizing cases from this past Term. Over at' Cato, Ilya Shapiro discusses the supplemental amicus brief that the Cato Institute recently filed in' Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum , in which the Court will consider whether the Alien Tort Statute applies to conduct that occurs in another country; the brief argues that 'the Founders' understanding of jurisdiction rested on the nexus between territory and sovereignty and that the law of nations as of 1789 recognized a territorial nexus between the state asserting jurisdiction and the claim asserted.' Jess Bravin of The' Wall Street Journal '(subscription required), Bill Mears of CNN , and Alexander Burns of Politico 'have additional follow-up coverage of Joan Biskupic's interview with Justice Ginsburg, which Cormac featured in' yesterday's round-up . PBS Newshour ...
From the Cuccinelli Compass/ the Attorney General of VA _ informational and the numbers are for VA all states face these questions and decisions. Dear Fellow Virginians, This is the "looking ahead" Compass regarding the healthcare ruling by the Supreme Court. I've already identified for you Justice Ginsburg's willingness to completely abandon her own legal position on the tax question (she said in oral argument it was NOT a tax) in order to uphold the bill. And I passed along to you the extremely thorough, point by point refutation of Chief Justice Roberts' tax opinion - the part of his opinion in which he upheld the federal healthcare law. Today, as we look ahead, there are two subjects for the states, including Virginia's Governor and legislature. And there's one issue left for us citizens - repeal. For the States This past week I briefed about 1/3 of all of our Virginia legislators - Republicans and Democrats - about the choices they have before them on two issues: 1) whether to expand Medicaid under ...
Who won the Supreme Court decision on Health Care last week? Mitt Romney. Now he finally has red meat to throw to his audience. The law won't be overturned, it will be enforced, and 35 million americans will be required to pay a tax or penalty they did not have to pay before. I cannot reconcile the Chief Justice's "switch" to his long-standing deference to the Legislative Branch, a deference that was absent in Citizens United, a decision that could have gone the other way simply by reasoning that corporations enjoy some constitutional protections, say the protection against having property seized unlawfully, but not all the protections of a "natural born citizen." Corporations cannot vote, for example. Maybe Roberts is a political player. He helps Obama get the masses stirred up against Obama and Democrats generally, the masses vote out Obama and sufficient Senate Democrats to end debate, and the the law is politically nullified. Maybe he swapped a vote for Obamacare in exchange for a vote against Roe v W ...
In approximately an hour, we are headed to the Supreme Court to tour and meet Justice Ginsburg. You know how little kids are so giddy to meet Santa Claus? That's me today.
BU Law Students' Amicus Brief Cited by Supreme Court in 'Obamacare' Ruling: Justice Ginsburg quotes 'Health Care for All' brief in siding with majority opinion
Say what you like about the policy of of the Affordable Care Act-- that issue still is and should be up for a a vigorous debate among all Americans. What does leave me satisfied about the ruling is that Chief Justice Roberts writing the majority opinion with the 'liberal' justices shows that, at least insofar as possible, the Supreme Court is not an overtly political institution. I would be expressing the same feeling if the ruling had gone the other way with Justice Ginsburg or Justice Breyer writing the opinion. So, let us engage in an intelligent policy discussion; the court has left the legislating up to legislators and the voters who elect them, which is how it should be. It's nice to know that there is one branch of the Federal Government whose legitimacy has not been entirely eroded by political gamesmanship.
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