RBG, ACB, and Stevie Nicks

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivers remarks during a discussion hosted by the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., September 12, 2019. (Sarah Silbiger/Reuters)
Stevie Nicks considers Ruth Bader Ginsburg her role model, but should she consider the example of Amy Coney Barrett?

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE B y Hollywood standards, Stevie Nicks is not especially politically outspoken, but there is one Washington figure who made a deep impression on her: the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “She was my hero. She fought for me, and all women,” Nicks wrote on Twitter when the long-serving Supreme Court Justice succumbed to cancer last month. “She was a political rock star.” Nicks doesn’t specify what made Ginsburg her hero, but it isn’t hard to guess. In the eyes of the moderately well-informed citizen, Ginsburg equals “women’s rights,” especially abortion rights. Nicks has availed herself of this right four times.

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