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No Liberals on the Supreme Court?

From an angry Times lead editorial: "Wal-Mart got what it wanted from the court - unanimous dismissal of the suit as the plaintiffs presented it - and more from the five conservative justices, who ...

Never Liberal Enough: Networks Also Doubted Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Pro-Abortion Credentials in '93

This isn't the first time the networks have channeled the worries of liberal pro-abortion groups about a Democratic President's Supreme Court nominee. Sixteen years ago, President Clinton picked ...

Washington Post Displays Labeling Bias Over Recent Supreme Court Picks

The Washington Post front page for May 27 announces the Sonia Sotomayor nomination with this large headline: "First Latina Picked for Supreme Court; GOP Faces Delicate Task in Opposition." There's ...

CNN's Jeff Toobin: Sotomayor a 'Moderate Liberal, Like Ginsburg and Breyer'

CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin on Tuesday twice labeled President Obama's Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor a "moderate liberal."

"Gruff...Rambling" Conservative Justice Thomas vs. "Energetic...Precise" Ginsburg

Unbalanced views of public appearances by two Supreme Court justices, one conservative, the other liberal.

Justice (and Former ACLU Lawyer) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Centrist?

As opposed to the divisive Bork and Thomas nominations, "President Clinton played to the center, not the left, in selecting Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen G. Breyer, nominations that were well ...

Greenhouse Lauds Ginsburg's Liberal Dissent from the Bench

The Times' Supreme Court reporter gushes: "Whatever else may be said about the Supreme Court's current term, which ends in about a month, it will be remembered as the time when Justice Ruth Bader ...

Today's Big News: Percentage of Women Among Supreme Court Law Clerks

Stop the presses! Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse gets front-page play for breaking news: "Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices' Clerks."
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