The problem with Kennedy is that even if he had a coherent view of the Constitution, his jurisprudence was often inscrutable.
Justices Thomas and Alito outlined calmly why it creates real issues when the Supreme Court invents rights out of whole cloth.
While we fill a Supreme Court vacancy, let’s also have that debate.
The grand conspiracy theory that Anthony Kennedy retired because his son has some financial relationship with Donald Trump doesn't make any sense.
Brett Kavanaugh deserves his place on any Supreme Court short list.
Ruth Marcus has penned an unhinged column in which she insists that Anthony Kennedy's retirement must provoke "another Bork moment." There is much that is ugly about this sentiment.
Political questions should be resolved by the ballot box, not by a ‘living’ Constitution that means anything leftists want.
If the Democrats "don’t use everything they’ve got -- if they don’t play hardball -- I think they’re through," Matthews said.
The Supreme Court’s ‘swing vote’ has frustrated his right-wing critics over the years, but his retirement appears to be a huge parting gift.