In May of 2011, Georgia’s Senators affirmed their “all nominees deserved and up or down vote” position.
“As I said repeatedly during the years President Bush was in office, I believe every president deserves an up-or-down vote on their judicial nominees. In addition, the U.S. Constitution says it is the Senate’s responsibility to [...]
Today, The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing three days of arguments to decide whether the individual mandate of ObamaCare is unconstitutional. Maybe.
First, the justices today hear arguments on a seemingly arcane question: Does the penalty for failing to get insurance amount [...]
UPDATE: 11:08pm, RIP Troy Davis
UPDATE: 9:24pm, SCOTUS has denied stay of execution.
Georgia’s Board of Pardons denied clemency for Troy Davis today, and so he will likely die tomorrow night at 7:00pm. I’m not sure what else to say about this long, sad case, so I’ll just offer a letter from a [...]
This just came in from GRUS:
Thank you so much for supporting the efforts to stop the execution of Troy Davis. Following the 4-5,000 person march last Friday, here is an outline of what advocates have planned for this week. Please lend your support as you are able and share with your contacts:
- It’s your party.
- Monday Open Thread
- Greetings from Michigan!
- Link Mania otherwise known as Snark Wednesday
- Epic FB Response to a Homophobic Pastor
- Red? Blue? Purple.
- Poor, Impotent and Supporting Republicans
- It’s 2013 people!
- Charter School Paychecks/Payoffs
- Gov Deal. Still a Prick.
- Dear Sue Everhart,
- Rest in Peace, Elwin Wilson
- Sponsor a Young Democrat
- Ta Ta, Trevor
- “Party-line vote”
- Giant Chasm of Dreck*