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Will face challenges from left and right
Elena Kagan, Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, is being judged by Repubicans as lacking on several fronts.
If Elena Kagan replaces John Paul Stevens on the U.S. Supreme Court, George W. Bush might wish for another try at persuading the justices to rule his way on a couple of items.
While Ms. Kagan, 50, lacks the judicial paper trail of the other justices, statements she made as part of her 2009 nomination to solicitor general are sure to both appease and rankle conservative and liberal…
Americans have a long history of scapegoating immigrants during tough economic times. After all, it’s easy to blame “illegal immigrants” for the fact that you’re out of a job or you’re about to lose your…
Bill Protects Constitutional Right to a Fair Trial
In a hearing of the House Select Committee on Intelligence earlier this year, Director of National Intelligence Admiral Dennis C. Blair testified that the President authorizes such operations if it is deemed that they are…
Days after Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani-born U.S. citizen and resident of Connecticut, tried to blow up a car bomb in Times Square, Sen. Joe Lieberman seized on renewed fears of a terrorist attack to announce…
Obituary for Rhonda Copelon