The new justice voted with liberals in declining to hear a case that could have cut off funding for the group.
As he told the Cut: “You think three ribs are going to stop Justice?”
She’s come out of the hospital in fighting shape before.
After the midterms, our rights are more at risk than ever.
Make no mistake, your right to choose is at stake.
Her “no” vote on Kavanaugh and a strict new voter-ID law signaled an end to the red-state senator’s career. But what if they save it?
She’s a local Democratic Party chair and he’s an election commissioner.
Her “no” is bigger than Brett Kavanaugh.
His kind of misdirection, the assumption that women are tricked into acting in a way inconvenient to the powerful, is a tactic we’ve seen before.
That’s why she scares Republicans.
The self-styled “free speech warrior” alleges Kate Manne defamed him by calling his work sexist.
In the aftermath of Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser coming forward, it’s clear that only she will pay a price.
He’s made his position on abortion clear repeatedly.
In response to a question from Ted Cruz on Thursday.
His denial that he knew about Alex Kozinski’s sexual harassment of 15 women left some unconvinced.
Disgraced judge Alex Kozinski was Kavanaugh’s mentor. At Wednesday’s hearing, one senator intends to find out just how close the two men were.
He’ll try to avoid the subject at his confirmation hearings.
An excerpt from Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.