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We've reached the end of the term after a blockbuster month and an incredibly full week of orders and opinions. Your hosts wish farewell to Justice Breyer who is now officially retired and welcome Justice Ketanji Jackson. This week the Court decided ... more
The Court continued to release opinions at a frenzied pace this week. While GianCarlo enjoys some well-deserved R&R, the Meese Center's Director, John Malcolm, joins Zack to break down everything that's happening at the Court, including the release o... more
The floodgates opened this week, and the Court gave us eleven opinions. Given time constraints, your hosts discuss a few of the most interesting ones, including two Indian Law cases and a big Chevron deference case that did not mention Chevron. GianC... more
This podcast is produced by a conservative think tank and masquerading as an educational and informational program. I used to appreciate the unbiased approach to understanding the case law but recent interviews, features and discussions about Dobbs and other hot topics indicate an inability to focus on the law. I can’t support any program that continues to perpetuate the notion that everything in life has to be “them” vs. “us”. I wish this really was a 101 on the Supreme Court, but I’ll keep lo... more
For several years, I have listened to every one of the SCOTUS 101 podcast, yet it is the Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch interview that compelled me to leave a comment that is full of applause! All I can say is WOW!!— want a woman! Undoubtedly we need someone like her on the national scene representing the whole country! She is obviously very impressive as a common sense elected public servant, of which there is vastly too few!!!
Please fire GianCarlo, his voice gives me the creeps.
US Supreme Court has lost its legitimacy. You need to have the courage to admit it & correct it. Simple, every day Americans can see what “heritage” has done to our court; it is now not good, just, fair, or blind. You will not survive the “stench”; was it worth it to you? The hubris of this court of man (&HF, FS) are both incredible and obvious. I pray for us.
The city of Boston is not permitted to fly a Christian flag; and yet, since 2009, *twice* the flag of PLA / PRC / CCP has been authorized, and flown, over City Hall Plaza??? more
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