Legislation’s fate in the hands of a woman who should have recused herself.
NewsRealBlog did an interview with the front runner, depending on what poll you view, for the California Republican Senate nomination, Tom Campbell. The other two Senatorial candidates were asked to participate but could not find the time for an interview. It was very refreshing to hear Tom Campbell concentrate on his views and opinions [...]
A month ago, The New Agenda called on Sarah Palin to embrace her gender in an op-ed at The Daily Beast. And did she ever. Talk about stand and deliver!!!
Three days later, Palin was out stumping for Rep. Michele Bachmann, proclaiming: “Someone better tell Washington that that pink elephant is on the move…” The [...]
Elena Kagan has been selected by President Obama to be Justice Stevens’ successor. As is to be expected from a decision by an exceptionally liberal President, conservatives and Republicans are raising their eyebrows and the pundits are asking the usual questions. The questions under scrutiny, naturally, are her qualifications, her breadth of experience on the [...]
United States Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) today said that he would vote against President Barack Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Elena Kagan.
“As with her nomination to serve as Solicitor General, I remain concerned about Elena Kagan’s record,” the conservative Republican said. “Now as a nominee to the Supreme Court, her lack of [...]
The New York Times questions whether Solicitor General Elena Kagan, President Obama’s choice to replace Justice Stevens on the Supreme Court, will fill Stevens’ left-wing judicial activist shoes. Lets hope not, but it’s anybody’s guess. Without any time serving as a judge and no judicial opinions, Kagan’s public record on key issues likely to face her as a Supreme [...]
It’s official: Solicitor General Elena Kagan is President Barack Obama’s second nominee to the US Supreme Court. Today on the Daily Beast, Peter Beinart revisits Kagan’s anti-military zealotry over “don’t ask, don’t tell”—unsurprisingly, it doesn’t bother him enough to oppose her confirmation (though he does offer an intriguing nugget about administration allies offering to help [...]