“Defending Congressional authority should not be a partisan issue.”
- Conservatives like to insist that their judges are strict constructionists, giving the Constitution and statutes their precise meaning and no more, while judges like Ms. Sotomayor are activists. But there is no magic right way to interpret terms like ‘free speech’ or ‘due process’ – or potato chip.
- Corporations have enormous treasuries, and there are a lot of things they want from government, many of which clash with the public interest.
- DMs are a lot like email – and should have the same privacy protections as a mailed letter.
- Defending Congressional authority should not be a partisan issue.
- Escapism makes a lot of intuitive sense – whisk people away from their cares with stories of a better life.
- Even a single Justice can have a profound impact on the country.
- Federal law should hold organizations like the League of Women Voters harmless if they make good-faith mistakes while registering people.
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