Elena Kagan and the Supreme Court: A Barnyard Smell in Chicago, Harvard and Washington

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By James Petras The issue of the composition of the US Supreme Court is increasingly crucial for all Americans, who are horrified by Israel’s devastation of Gaza, its threats to launch a nuclear attack on Iran and its Fifth Column’s efforts to drag us into a third war in ten years. President Obama has nominated Elena Kagan for Justice of the United States Supreme Court on the basis of an academic publication record, which might give her a fighting chance for tenure at a first rate correspondence law school in the Texas Panhandle. Read More: http://mycatbirdseat.com/2010/05/elena-kagan-and-the-supreme-court-a-b… WRH permalink

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Elena Kagan and the Supreme Court: A Barnyard Smell in Chicago, Harvard and Washington

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