Sixteen and a half years ago President Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act, enshrining inequality into federal law. As Clinton tells it, he had to sign it because it was a veto-proof majority and any veto would have been overruled anyway, though I rather suspect that it had more to do with the fact […]
nprfreshair: As the Huffington Post points out, Justice Ginsburg wears lace gloves which is pretty rock and roll, no? Toobin, incidentally, does not address the subject of lace gloves in today’s interview about her. Seriously old school
The Right And Marriage Equality: A Breakthrough Go read Andrew Sullivan’s recap of twenty some odd years of making a conservative case for marriage equality and the push back over the years. It puts the amicus brief from 75 conservative political figures into historical context. Tipping point, etc.
What I’m doing this afternoon. #SCOTUS #UFLaw (at Levin College of Law)
Look, I just got back my book signed by #ClarenceThomas! #SCOTUS
Oh hey, here’s me with Associate Justice Clarence Thomas!
Okay, so this Scumbag Scalia meme isn’t an entirely accurate representation of Scalia’s tl;dr on the healthcare law or of his lengthy opinions, but it is an accurate representation of how I feel about having to read his lengthy dissents. And truthiness is what matters, right?