#Supreme Court Justices

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The FBI admitted it didn't vet Brett Kavanaugh for alleged sexual crimes. Impeach Kavanaugh from SCOTUS now!

The FBI just admitted a horrible — but unsurprising — fact. Back in 2018, when Brett Kavanaugh was being considered as a possible pick for the Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS), it was tasked with investigating Kavanaugh after multiple women came forward accusing him of attempted rape and of sexual assault. When their investigation was over, the FBI provided members of Congress with confidential summaries of the information it collected. And then, with survivors all around the country and the world watching, the Senate voted to elevate Kavanaugh to become a Supreme Court justice.
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We Need a People’s (Not Presidential) Commission on the Supreme Court

I don’t usually write about the Supreme Court, leaving that to people who know it better than I do. But I am moved to put my oar in these waters by two recent news items. One is a poll, which tells us something about the country at large, and the other is testimony by leading constitutional experts about how the Court is undermining American democracy when it decides the constitutionality of acts of Congress.
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Successes and mistakes: Equal or greater

“America’s successes should be presented with equal or greater vigor alongside its mistakes — the abolition of slavery, Women’s Suffrage, the Civil Rights Acts, the election of a mixed-race president and vice president, (and appointments of) African-American Chief of Staff of the military, African-American and Indian-American UN Ambassadors, Secretary of State and other, U.S. Cabinet Secretaries, Supreme Court Justices, etc. " - Representative John Ragan.
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Commentary: The For the People Act of 2021 and next steps

The For the People Act of 2021 addresses voter access, election integrity and security, campaign finance, and ethics for the three branches of the federal government. It passed the House of Representatives as HR-1 and is before the Senate as S-1. The Act is divided into 3 parts: Voting, Campaign Finance, and Ethics. It details […] The post Commentary: The For the People Act of 2021 and next steps appeared first on Tennessee Lookout.
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