Weak Justification for Executive Overreach
Before 1987, Supreme Court nominations were relatively peaceful affairs. Yes, there occasionally were bursts of controversy-the appointment of progressive activist Louis Brandeis in 1916, the promotion of conservative Justice William Rehnquist in 1986-but controversy was the exception, not the rule.
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“You gonna eat that?”
Since: Apr 07
#1 Jan 18, 2012
Are we talking about Executive Overreach or Executive Reacharound?
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