Monthly Archives: October 2016

Getting Borked: The Evolution of Judicial Politics at the Federal Level

With this being the last in a series of blog posts regarding the judiciary, I believe it is fitting that we address Federal Court nominations and the increased politicization of the process. I have harped in numerous prior blog posts about my severe disdain for the “first past the post” two party system that currently […]

Do you support the Missouri Plan?

This week’s post highlights the three general ways of selecting justices and judges at the state level, and highlighted various issues with each method. The readings on this topic tend to outline one central theme that caught my attention: as judicial selection becomes more akin to the process of selecting legislators, as in a partisan election, […]