Brian McFadden for May 10, 2022

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    the geeezer  over 1 year ago

    There should not be any jobs guaranteed for life – especially on the supreme court . Also , their pay should be about the same as a top notch nurse , no more . This should deter dorks who are motivated by greed from wanting the job. The judges should be motivated by a desire to provide honest public service , not by a desire to have a high paying job for life – at taxpayers’ expense !

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    A# 466  over 1 year ago

    One of the criticisms one sees lodged against the so-called “pro-lifers” is that “they’ll do everything they can to see that you get here, but after that, you’re on your own”. That is, there is precious little support for prenatal care, education, contraception, adoption services, etc., etc.: you whelp the kid and that’s it from us. This makes me wonder if the so-called “pro-choicers” take steps to provide — or even offer — such support (in addition to post abortion mental heath or counseling service) to women after the procedure, whether it be surgical or pharmaceutical: you abort the kid and that’s it from us.

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    whiskeytangofoxtrot  over 1 year ago

    “The data confirms that the average life span of justices has steadily increased over the past two centuries. Justices confirmed before 1800 lived, on average, to age 67; those confirmed between 1950 and 1974 lived to almost 82.”,1974%20lived%20to%20almost%2082.

    The solution is either mandatory retirement at 70 (like Minnesota) or a single appointment for a term of 10 years.

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    mjkaswan Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Support abortion funds:

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    Monchoxyz  over 1 year ago

    If the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade they should let use know if they plan to overthrow Brown v Board of Education, Loving v Virginia and same sex marriage?

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    jvscanlan Premium Member over 1 year ago

    12 justices. One for each circuit. An even number is preferrable.

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