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An Evening With A SCOTUS “Expert”

I put the word expert in quotation marks because I don’t believe anyone is an expert when it comes to the Supreme Court. On more than one occasion I have written that predicting what the Court will do is a fool’s errand. On numerous occasions I have been that fool. The closest we can come to an expert is one of the small group of journalists whose job is to follow the Court. The other night I got to hear one of them, Robert Barnes of the Washington Post, speak at Louisburg College in Louisburg, North Carolina. Continue reading An Evening With A SCOTUS “Expert”

A Good Day For The Ladies At The Court

Monday was a good day for women at the Supreme Court. The Court announced its decision in Voisine v United States, which kept women safe and in Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstadt which reaffirmed a right and made them safer. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Good Day For The Ladies At The Court