Is the Supreme Court subtly signaling to observers that it is not as rigidly ideological as Democrats and activists suggest?
By Jonathan Turley
Tuesday the Supreme Court issued two more unanimous decisions in Garland v. Dai and United States v. Cooley. This follows two unanimous decisions last week. The weekly display of unanimity is notable given the calls by Democratic leaders to pack the Court.
This week I wrote on my blog about how the heavy-handed campaigns might backfire with the justices. As we await important and likely divided decisions on issues like abortion, Chief Justice John Roberts and his colleagues seem to be sending a message that the Court is not as rigidly ideological as Democratic members and activists suggest.
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