Justice Ginsburg’s reading of Justice Thomas is tendentious, question-begging, and incoherent

Editor’s note. The following is a Facebook post from Prof. Robert George. The headline is mine. We’ve already posted six stories on the Supreme Court’s ruling on a 2016 Indiana abortion law and will again today. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is irked. She’s irked at her colleague, Justice Clarence Thomas. Why? Because Justice Thomas refers …

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Love Letter for ‘RBG’

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters and is reposted with permission. If CNN really wanted to brand itself as a “Facts First” news channel, why did it air a gushy documentary about fiercely feminist Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Labor Day weekend? In case …

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Media Relieved Ginsburg Plans to Stay on Court ‘Five More Years’

By Kyle Drennen On Monday, the liberal media breathed a collective sigh of relief over 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s announcement over the weekend that she plans to stay on the high court for at least another five years. The coverage demonstrated how even the thought of Donald Trump naming the liberal justice’s …

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Pro-abortion Justice Ginsburg on her future tenure: “There’s work to be done. I will remain to do it as long as I can full steam”

By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion-to-the-hilt Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in Chicago yesterday at a conference held at the Roosevelt University that “focused on themes of law, social justice and the American Dream,” according to the Associated Press. Ginsburg, who joked about her status as a kind of judicial “rock star,” briefly assured her adoring audience …

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Pro-abortion Justice Ginsburg on Roe, Casey, and the future of abortion

By Dave Andrusko To Washington, DC, gossip and rumors are the secular equivalent of the bread of life. Thus, as surely as night follows day, now that Judge Neil Gorsuch is Justice Neil Gorsuch, there is rampant speculation about which, if any, justices are thinking about retirement. To be clear, no one but the individual …

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Pro-abortion Justice Ginsburg assures media and admirers she is not retiring

By Dave Andrusko Liberal pro-abortion icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg went to George Washington University yesterday where (we read) “she planned to promote a book featuring a collection of her writings.” (The book is, “My Own Words,” and the session was moderated by NPR’s ultra-pro-abortion Nina Totenberg.) But she also gave an interview to BBC’s …

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Ginsburg’s non-apology for her rant against Trump

By Dave Andrusko Ask yourself why pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg might throw even a pretense of judicial impartiality to the wind and publicly hammer presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump as a “faker” whose election would cause her to fear for the future of the country and the High Court and (tongue-in-cheek) …

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Pro-abortion Justice Ginsburg Bashes Trump, is pleased by prospect of more Supreme Court appointees chosen by Democrats

By Dave Andrusko Every once in a while the timing is just exquisite. You state something and a member of your benighted opposition shouts something to the high heavens, proving what you’ve predicted is prophetic. That conjunction took place last Friday. There was National Right to Life, the leading right to life organization in the …

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Divided opinion over whether Justice Ginsburg should recuse herself from a challenge to Texas pro-life law

  By Dave Andrusko As pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg continues to hand out interviews like Halloween candy, it is/was/always will be utterly predictable that Ginsburg will be lauded for her (fill in the blank—there are lots of possibilities). She is a media favorite and even though some pro-abortion scribes have joined the …

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Justice Ginsburg, an “icon to the left,” unashamedly criticizes Texas pro-life law

  By Dave Andrusko As they say, pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is on a roll. We talked three times last week about the excerpts that appeared from a forthcoming story in the October issue of Elle magazine and are coming back to another interview today. In her Elle interview, Justice Ginsburg lowered …

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Even Justice Ginsburg isn’t pro-abortion enough for militants

  By Dave Andrusko What must pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg be thinking? She’s done everything humanly possible, going back years before she came on to the High Court in 1993, to promote abortion now, abortion tomorrow, abortion forever. If that weren’t enough, she keeps alive the eugenic legacy of so many abortion …

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Justice Ginsburg circles back to her concern that poor people are having too many babies

  By Dave Andrusko Kudos to the ever-readable, always thoughtful Mollie Hemingway for her excellent piece yesterday, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg Really Wants Poor People To Stop Having Babies” We had also written about the excerpt from the interview Justice Ginsburg gave Elle magazine.  But we focused on how she had trashed fellow Justice Anthony Kennedy, …

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