Category Archives: Supreme Court

An update to my 'liberalism' post, after a critique

I wrote a piece this morning with the headline: Elena Kagan and the meaninglessness of the term ‘Liberal’.  My intent was to show that the numerous appeals to Kagan’s “Liberalism” we’re seeing from the blogosphere should be insufficient to convince … Continue reading

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Elena Kagan and the meaninglessness of the term 'Liberal'

Barack Obama’s presidency generally — and his nomination of Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court specifically — have made it clear that in America, the term “Liberal” is not a meaningful category and should be understood to carry roughly the … Continue reading

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