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Democrats have been busy derogating the recent Supreme Court decision which allegedly opens the floodgates of corporate spending on election-related advertising, somehow tainting elections. The Wall Street Journal reported this rhetoric coming from Democratic Party leadership: President Barack Obama devoted his weekly address to the decision, calling it a victory for “special interests and their lobbyists.” Democrats hope to paint the Republican position as favoring “even more big money and corporate special interests influencing the outcome of elections,” [Rep.] Van Hollen said [head of the House ...
Just how conservative is the Supreme Court, anyway? It’s a question that has dogged constitutional scholars for years, as they’ve tried to parse the opaque language and muddled writings of judges moving through the confirmation process. Today’s court, headed by John Roberts with seven justices appointed by Republican presidents, is generally considered more conservative than the Supreme Court of the 1950s, for example, when Earl Warren oversaw its unanimous decision in Brown v. Board of Education. But it’s hard to compare the current court—and today’s ... Read More
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