Matt Davies for July 01, 2022

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    cmxx  3 months ago

    Exactly as rethuglicanly planned during the last many years.

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    nyg16  3 months ago

    They went after abortion rights, gun safety, separation of church and state, climate change and up next is elections so the can have their dear leader installed as dictator. This captured court does not rule based on the constitution but their political beliefs

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    DrDon1  3 months ago

    This version of the Supreme Court is the Federalist Society’s “Wet Dream” coming to climax!

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    mwksix  3 months ago

    SOMEONE has been waving a “red” cape at SCOTUS…

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    Alley Gaiter  3 months ago

    Reining in Executive power is something that should have been done 2 decades ago. That power has been abused by both Rs and Ds, mainly because congressmonkeys perfer fund-raiseing to doing their jobs.

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    gopher gofer  3 months ago

    this is the result of a motivated minority outplaying the complacent majority. the u.s. is now stuck with right wing judicial activism for the foreseeable future…

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    pamela welch Premium Member 3 months ago

    The last 3 should be ousted via whatever means necessary.

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    Havel  3 months ago

    Judicial activism for me, but not for thee.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Alright, time to make HAMBURGER.

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    Display  3 months ago

    Aw, the fascists are all riled up. So riled up that they forgot to mention the Pogue Reich’s continuous policy of obstructing anything and everything that would benefit all Americans. ‘Cuz those scumbags only look after the theocratic oligarchy that’s cutting into their rights too but they’re wayyyy to dumb to know or care. Breitbart never mentioned that.

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    Same2Ubuddy Premium Member 3 months ago

    Thanks, RBG!

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    grizz  3 months ago

    if congress did it’s job and passed coherent, detailed laws instead of concepts and leaving it up to the executive branch and bureaucrats then there would be less for the courts to do

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    The Maga court rigged things for Republicans in the 2022 elections by their “shadow docket” rulings, but they have more biggerer targets for the 2024 elections.

    For one thing, they are targeting the last piece of the Voting Rights Act (VRA), Section 2. That section prohibits voting practices and procedures that discriminate on the basis of race. The Maga court already overruled a lower federal judge who had tossed Alabama’s Republican-drawn map putting all black districts in just one (out of six) district.

    Next up, the Maga court will also rule on the ridiculous “Independent State Legislature” theory that gives Republican state legislatures the power to do what tЯц☠p wanted them to in 2020: Overrule any election result they don’t like, to decide Senatorial and Presidential elections in the Maga legislatures.

    It’s the Maga version of Putin’s rubber-stamp Duma, regardless of your vote.

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    drbee  3 months ago

    The only thing needing ‘reining in’ is the corruptly-constituted travesty that has the unmitigated Gall to think of itself as ‘Supreme’. Unless one is judging based on ability ro perjure with a poker face, and willingness to force their own religious idiocy down the throats of all Americans willy-nilly, I cannot think of much they are ‘supreme’ at. Oh, my mistake- I almost forgot hypocrisy. In That field, the trump-cult is beyond Any doubt the supreme exemplar. I don’t think that that is the quality Most Americans hoped to see exemplified in their Judicial branch of the government, tho.

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    babka Premium Member 3 months ago

    government of Big Money, by Big Money & for Big Money.

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