The Federalist Society Will Soon Have a 5–4 Stranglehold on the Supreme Court
How the Federalist Society Became the De Facto Selector of Republican Supreme Court Justices
Why Democrats Pick Moderate Liberals for the Supreme Court When Republicans Pick Pure Conservatives
The Senate’s Lawyer Doesn’t Participate in Senate-Related Litigation Anymore. Here’s Why.
For the First Time in a Century, the Supreme Court Is Divided by Party Affiliation