Are judges ideological partisans, or impartial umpires? The answer matters | Opinion
Chief Justice John Roberts says the latter. But his already shaky analogy is even less credible now.
There’s a path for John Roberts to save Roe. He should take it | Opinion
Chief Justice Warren Burger's vote-switch in the 1972 ruling upholding the death penalty could point the way.
What to do about the coming crisis in the Rule of Law | Bruce Ledewitz
The view that judges are partisan and will rule for their side if they can is the opposite of the promise of the rule of law.
Trump spent four years hammering the courts. Pa. judges showed the independent judiciary is alive and well | Monday Morning Coffee
John Roberts was right: There are no Obama, Clinton or Bush judges. They're just judges who think the Trump campaign has no case for fraud.