• The Supreme Court Mystery We Couldn’t Solve

    by Brian Johnson

    The Obama administration claims that every nominee to the Court since 1875 has received a hearing or an up or down vote. So what happened in 1875? Nothing as far as we could determine.

  • Looking Back

    by Jeffrey Toobin

    Antonin Scalia, who died this month, after nearly three decades on the Supreme Court, devoted his professional life to making the United States a less fair, less tolerant, and less admirable democracy. Fortunately, he mostly failed.

  • Top 5 Scalia Rulings that helped Progressives

    by Juan Cole

    Perhaps his passing is an opportunity to point to a few things on which we, as Americans, did agree, because of our commitment to the Constitution, however different our interpretation of it might be in general.

  • Antonin Scalia’s Lasting Influence

    He showed modern presidents and political parties that it is possible to pick a Supreme Court justice who shines brightly without shifting shape.

  • Scalia’s an Originalist When It’s Convenient

    by Bruce Allen Murphy

    While Antonin Scalia is winning his career-long war for more governmental accommodation of religion, he is doing it by silently consenting to the further dismantling of one of his most important decisions.