The glee and excitement at the Supreme Court removing constitutional protection from a fundamental right should alarm us all.  


The U.S. Supreme Court recently barred federal courts from requiring states to fix their newly adopted but unlawful congressional maps before the 2022 midterm congressional elections.


Despite comprising over 40 percent of the U.S. population, people of color are only 18 percent of all state high court judges.


Groups challenged the potential dismantling of the decades-old law protecting the right to decide whether to have an abortion.


"This runaway Supreme Court majority and Clarence Thomas are trying to abuse and bully the American people," Jeffries said.

The Supreme Court may act like some disinterested body making academic decisions on legal theory, but the justices are very clear on the partisan implications of their actions. 


Gov. Greg Abbott said during an appearance on the Joe Pags show that Texas might consider challenging a 1982 U.S. Supreme Court decision requiring states to offer free public education to all children. Apparently, he's against the law because "all children" includes illegal immigrant children.

The U.S. Senate has confirmed  Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, making her the first Black woman and only the third Black person to ever sit on the highest court in America.

Graham just voted to confirm Jackson last year for another judicial position with a lifetime appointment.


Democrats want Clarence Thomas to resign from the court or recuse himself from any proceedings attached to the 2020 election.


Senator and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he's still on the fence on Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation to the Supreme Court, but he did have words for his fellow Republican colleagues and their behavior during the confirmation hearings.

It's one thing to disagree with and clarify points of contention with a given nominee. It Is entirely different to inject debunked claims and distortions into the confirmation process.