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“OpEdNews - Article: Justice Jackson's (pre-justiceship) Speech of December 1936.”
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“I think she wants a justiceship so that she can fully indulge her pompous self-righteousness in the lamest branch of the federal government.”
“Finally, he will move away from the imperial chief justiceship established by his mentor Rehnquist and will rule the court with less of an iron hand.”
“Roberts obtained his justiceship by (i) unethically sitting on, and casting the deciding vote for the Executive on, a court of appeals case from Guantanamo involving the same kind of question at issue in the recent case, while (ii) meeting with Dick Cheney, David Addington, et.al. to assure them of his intellectual fealty to the ideas they wished to prevail.”
“But now, so uncertain are our tempers, and so much do we at different times differ from ourselves, she would hear of no mitigations; nor could all the affected penitence of Honour, nor all the entreaties of Sophia for her own servant, prevail with her to desist from earnestly desiring her brother to execute justiceship (for it was indeed a syllable more than justice) on the wench.”
“Federalist Party, first appointed him secretary of State in the fall of -- in 1798, and then moved him up into the chief justiceship as a third chief justice just before he left office.”
“Mr. ATKINSON: Well, Edward Douglass White was moved to the chief justiceship by President Taft.”
“But the old gentleman accepted the chief justiceship immediately.”
“I could not reasonably expect from him that he would quit the chief-justiceship of the common pleas, which he held for life, and put himself in the power of those who were not to be trusted, to be dismissed from the chancery perhaps the day after his appointment.”
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