Supreme Court Orders: Read It For Yourself

Andrew Donaldson

Born and raised in West Virginia, Andrew has since lived and traveled around the world several times over. Though frequently writing about politics out of a sense of duty and love of country, most of the time he would prefer discussions on history, culture, occasionally nerding on aviation, and his amateur foodie tendencies. He can usually be found misspelling/misusing words on Twitter @four4thefire and his writing website Yonder and Home. Andrew is the host of Heard Tell podcast.

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  1. Mike Schilling
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    says:

    Thomas need to recuse himself on any case where his wife is a public psycho.Report

  2. Mike Schilling
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    says:

    Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch endorse the radical proposition that SCOTUS has authority to overturn the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Pennsylvania Constitution.

    Gotta love originalists being original.Report

    • JS in reply to Mike Schilling
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      says:

      Ah yes, the legal theory that State legislatures have a Super Saiyan Mode when crafting election rules for federal elections, not subject to the State Constitution or the State judiciary. I’m honestly surprised they haven’t floated the theory of Super Super Saiyan Mode, wherein the Governor’s veto is also no applicable.

      It’s like originalism for idiots.Report

      • Philip H in reply to JS
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        It’s like originalism for idiots.

        Well Republican politicians certainly think so. David Perdue even said today – as he withdrew from campaigning for a Senate seat he JUST declared for – that Democrats don’t represent the majority of Georgia voters. Poll results say otherwise. But I’m sure thats because – just like the Pennsylvania SUpreme Court in Thomas’ eyes – they have no idea what they are doing.Report

  3. Michael Cain
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    I am a bit embarrassed to live in a country where one of the Supreme Court justices is willing to put his name on a dissent that includes that miserable bit about mail ballot security. He cites two lawyers, as quoted in a single New York Times article from several years ago, speaking about the New York absentee ballot system. A sentence from each, of the “many people say” flavor. And from that he implies the Pennsylvania legislature’s entire mail ballot expansion shouldn’t have been allowed.Report

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