SCOTUS

Kagan on Gerrymandering

Editors’ Note: History has a way of  teaching  us that the wisdom of  SCOTUS dissents evolve to become the rule of law.  Excerpted from HuffPost, October 28, 2019. By Sam Levine In a 5-4 decision this past June, the U.S…. Read More ›

To Be or Not To Be—Political

SCOTUS employs the dodge of “political question” when it decides not to decide an issue presented to it. Of late, the murky mask has been called into play on several occasions involving voting rights. But SCOTUS will decide on voting… Read More ›