Often. Not always.
Further evidence that Alito is an unprincipled, radical, outcome determinative hack.
"I’m just a country lawyer with a country Substack....."
Adam Unikowsky, everybody! He plays to the kids.... But he'll be here all week. And don't forget to tip your server...........
Thanks for putting in the work.
One thing I don't understand about the results is how Sotomayor voted in more cases than Alito. Recusals? If so, in which cases?
Adam saying the loud part quietly re: Alito
Minor suggested proofreading edit, since I believe/hope this post will be shared broadly:
In your bullet note re Virginia House of Delegates v. Bethune-Hill, you wrote
"A federal district court ruled in the plaintiffs’ _failure_", sb _favor-.
Akil Amar recently covered standing on his podcast. Though he's generally sympathetic to conservative originalists, he savaged Justice Scalia for rejecting statutory standing in Lujan. This, he contends, is not an originalist holding. I'm sure it's not the first time he's raised this. Any thoughts?