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John Roberts reflects on leadership at the Supreme Court

IN A rare public appearance on the evening of November 20th, John Roberts, the chief justice of the United States, gave a talk at the New York University School of Law. The subject of the chief’s presentation was one of Mr Roberts’sShow More Summary

Chief Justice John Roberts on taking on a Democratic President (FDR)

With no book to sell or ideology to pitch, Chief Justice John Roberts rarely takes the public stage that lures some of his colleagues. But Friday evening, the chief justice came to the New York University law school to reflect on a Republican...Show More Summary

Friday Night News Feed: SCOTUS, Donald Trump, Mali, Ab Fab The Movie, Steve Grand

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

POPULAR ON TOWLEROAD. Joseph Gordon-Levitt delivers a flawless lip sync performance of Janet Jackson’s “Rhythm Nation.” SCOTUS. Did Chief Justice John Roberts actually end up helping a marriage equality victory (even though he disse… Read The post Friday Night News Feed: SCOTUS, Donald Trump, Mali, Ab Fab The Movie, Steve Grand appeared first on Towleroad.

Chief Justice Roberts' Wild Question About Congress And Immigration

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- During oral arguments in a Supreme Court case that has the tech industry on alert, Chief Justice John Roberts asked a strange hypothetical Monday about an immigration statute that doesn't exist. If you didn't know any better,...Show More Summary

Alabama Is Doing It's Damn Best To Suppress The Black Vote

"Blatantly discriminatory evasions of federal decrees are rare." Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts writing in a 2013 decision which gutted the Voter Rights Act I am furious! After yelling "voter fraud" for years in their...Show More Summary

Debating Chief Justice John Roberts

I have a piece at about why Chief Justice John Roberts is a target in the debates, and why the barbs are directed at the wrong guy.

How Chief Justice Roberts and Four Supreme Court Colleagues Gave the Nation a System of Legalized Bribery

The Supreme Court began its fall term this week. This seems like a good time to pause for a moment and revisit how decisions by Chief Justice John Roberts and four of his Supreme Court colleagues during the past five years have given the nation a system of legalized bribery. Show More Summary

NPR's Nina Totenberg Pretends John Roberts Is 'Consistently Conservative'

As the Supreme Court term begins, NPR court correspondent Nina Totenberg played dumb on Monday’s Morning Edition, much like Adam Liptak at The New York Times. Why would conservatives dislike “consistently conservative” chief justiceShow More Summary

Roberts’s Supreme Court: More unpopular than ever

  Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts shied away from striking down Obamacare for fear the court’s long-term credibility might be hurt if it countermanded legislation enacted by the popularly elected branches. Now, ironically, in the wake of two rounds of Obamacare rulings, gay marriage and other controversial issues, the court is less respected than […]

Money in Politics in California: Let the Voters Have Their Say

As Chief Justice John Roberts celebrates 10 years at the helm of our Nation's High Court, there's little question that the Roberts Court's five-to-four ruling in Citizens United v. FEC -- which allowed corporations and unions to spend...Show More Summary

5 Supreme Court Cases that John Roberts Could Use to Win Back Conservatives

Chief Justice John Roberts kicks off his 11th year on the US Supreme Court on Monday, not with accolades for his stewardship of the nation's highest court, but as the target of GOP presidential candidates who think he's gone soft for siding with liberals on the big Obamacare decision. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Begins Politically-Charged Term

“The last Supreme Court term ended with liberal victories, conservative disarray and bruised relations among the justices. The new one, which starts on Monday, marks the start of Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.’s second decade on the court and [...]

Citizens United's Legal Roots Lie in the Jim Crow Supreme Court

As John Roberts begins his second decade as the chief justice, a number of Supreme Court rulings during his tenure are once more in the news, perhaps none more so than Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission. The 5-4 decision, which applied First Amendment guarantees of fre

Why We Should All Be Afraid of the Coming Supreme Court Term

The Roberts Court hasn't decided all the cases it will take yet, but the ones on its docket show this term shaping up to be one of the most contentious during Chief Justice John Roberts' tenure. Image: Steve Petteway/ Wikimedia Commons The post Why We Should All Be Afraid of the Coming Supreme Court Term appeared first on RH Reality Check.

NYT's Liptak Defends 'Quite Conservative' Chief Justice Roberts From Right-Wing 'Wrath'

New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam Liptak filed a liberal pleasing analysis Tuesday, fervently insisting Chief Justice John Roberts is a staunch conservative, despite what ridiculous right-wingers may think. His reported...Show More Summary

Americans Agree On One Thing: Citizens United Is Terrible

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of Chief Justice John Roberts taking the helm of the Supreme Court, and as academics and journalists look back on the cases that defined the past decade, none loom larger than the 2010 decision in Citizens United v. Show More Summary

Landmark cases during John Roberts’ decade as Chief Justice

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

John Roberts celebrates 10 years as Chief Justice — a decade that has seen the Supreme Court preside over some important decisions.

Conservatives Have a New Worst Enemy: Conservative Chief Justice John Roberts

In a story which appeared sometime in the past few days, 1 LA Times reporter David Savage notes something that's been nibbling at the back of my mind but hadn't quite made it to the front. It's about Chief Justice John Roberts: He voted...Show More Summary

You Really Shouldn’t Have

Chief Justice John Roberts knows how to keep a straight face. The chief has devoted much of his tenure on the court to gutting modest campaign finance laws, clearing the way for corporations to electioneer endlessly and for oligarchs to give candidates mind-boggling sums of cash. Show More Summary

The Roberts Court at Ten

Ten years ago today, Judge John Roberts took the oath of office to become the 17 th Chief Justice of the United States. Although we speak of “the Roberts Court”—its 10 th term now behind it, its 5 th under its current composition—it’s somewhat misleading to do so since it seems to imply that the chief justice has more power than in fact he has. Show More Summary

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