just as I’m not going to celebrate her death, I’m also not going to celebrate Ginsburg’s life, and join in this rather bizarre elevation of her to sainthood across the political and social spectrum. Few jurists have been more wrong, more often, and more loudly, than Ginsburg, and with more horrible, real-world consequences. And worse, this cannot be written off as simply a failure of judgment, when it’s quite clearly a failure of values.
London, England: Some scientists are calling it “the most significant scientific discovery of the week.” Others are more skeptical. Felicia Mulberry, 26, of Sussex, was unassumingly making her way through Heathrow Airport with her husband, lorry driver Niles, when airport security agents noticed something suspicious. “She was clearly concealing a large round object […]
Thank God this Brett Kavanaugh fiasco is now behind us. After weeks of hysterics, it seems especially fitting that a confirmation process, that somehow turned into a referendum on whether this country cares about women, ultimately hinged on the decision of one woman, who has now become the unlikely face, and victim, of misogyny. But […]