On this episode: Doctor Christine Blasey Ford steps forward with an accusation of criminal wrongdoing by Brett Kavanaugh, and Senate Republicans offer a narrow window of opportunity to state her case. But quickly and without further investigation.
On this episode: The hearings are over, the nominee has responded (note I didn’t say “answered”) written questions by the Senators… and the aftermath leaves us with some very unsettling things to cover.
On this episode: Well. That escalated quickly…
Previewing the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the Kavanaugh nomination, plus… was there any reason for the Dems to cut the deal they did on 7 lower court judges this week?
On this episode: the continuing obstruction on documents, what we’ve learned about Kavanaugh recently, the huge media buy by pro-Kavanaugh groups and the hearings schedule.
On this episode: our thoughts on Judge Kavanaugh’s meeting with WV Sen. Joe Manchin and the continuing saga of asymmetrical standards applied by GOP Senators between appointees of their party’s President and Democratic Presidents.
Brett Kavanaugh of the Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit was nominated as the next Associate Justice for the Supreme Court. In this episode, our initial thoughts on his nomination, some of the big question marks about him, and what’s next.
Three judges emerge from The ListTM and we run down the names, some of the issues, and our best guess as to who will be named the next nominee for the Supreme Court.
Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy announces his retirement. It’s an #emergepod kickoff for season 2 to discuss what this means for the future of the Supreme Court. Read more
We’re baaaaaack! Six months since our holiday special, we return for the newsiness surrounding retirement rumors, how the GOP is handling lower court vacancies, and what the 2018 election, the controversies swirling around the President (referred to as “Don” as frequently as anything else in this pod), and how it all impacts our beloved Supreme Court. Read more