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Justice Ginsburg Says Scalia was Her ‘best Buddy’

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Justice Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg may have disagreed on the bench, but the Ginsburg was fond of his ‘best buddy’. Ginsburg remembered Scalia as someone who both respected the Constitution and the Supreme Court. She recalled how Scalia performed with two National Washington Opera tenors and later called it the famous Three Tenors performance. Scalia and Ginsburg brought their families traveling together. There was a trip to Europe where Ginsburg went parasailing. In her chambers, she has a picture of them riding an elephant in India.

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Justice Ginsburg: Trump Will Fill Court Vacancy

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hoped for a different outcome in last week’s election, but she made plain Monday that she accepts that Donald Trump will fill the Supreme Court’s 9-month-old vacancy.
The 83-year-old justice said the most immediate impact on the court of Trump’s election would be to fill the seat that Justice Antonin Scalia occupied until his death in February.
“President Trump will fill it,” Ginsburg said in a question-and-answer session at a meeting of the Jewish Federations of North America in a Washington ballroom.
Ginsburg had criticized Trump in interviews last summer with The Associated Press and other news organizations, saying she did not want to consider the possibility that Trump could be elected. She apologized for her remarks soon thereafter.
President Barack Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland for Scalia’s seat, but Senate Republicans took no action.
Ginsburg had several times said a full bench of nine justices is better for the court to avoid inconclusive tie votes.
Questioned by attorney Kenneth Feinberg, Ginsburg also said the court has had a lighter workload in recent years because Congress has not passed much significant legislation.
The court often is called on to interpret new laws and decide whether they pass constitutional muster.
“Perhaps Congress will do some work,” she said.
The friendly audience laughed at her recollection of Jewish life in Brooklyn during her childhood in the 1930s and ’40s when Ginsburg said her family belonged to Reform and Orthodox congregations before they “got it right” by joining a synagogue affiliated with Conservative Judaism.
Ginsburg is one of three justices in their late 70s or 80s, and if she or Justices Stephen Breyer and Anthony Kennedy retire, Trump would have the chance to move the court significantly to the right.
There was no talk of retirement Monday, but Feinberg got the loudest cheer when he ended the session by saying, “May she continue in good health.”

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8 Lawyers Obama May Pick for Supreme Court

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(Bloomberg Law) — An aging U.S. Supreme Court has observers wondering: which justice will step down next?

Antonin Scalia and Anthony Kennedy — both appointed by Ronald Reagan — are 76. If either retires, President Obama could create a liberal majority. A replacement for Stephen Breyer, 74, would probably maintain the court’s conservative/liberal balance.

But most observers believe Ruth Bader Ginsburg will retire first. Appointed by President Clinton, she’s the oldest justice at 79 and has been treated for cancer twice.

SCOTUSblog’s Tom Goldstein believes California Attorney General Kamala Harris would be the most likely to replace her. He says she’s “a female Barack Obama in some sense.”

Bloomberg News reports that other names circulating for Ginsburg’s seat are Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, Assistant U.S. Attorney General Virginia Seitz and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.

If another justice steps down first, Obama’s shortlist could include federal appellate judges Merrick Garland, Mary Murguia, Jacqueline Nguyen and Sidney Thomas.

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The Judge of the Dead- Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Febreze

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Game Changer!! Ruth Ginsburg Gets Devastating News, Federal Law Requires

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confronts calls from many corners to recuse herself from the high court’s considerations of President Donald Trump’s brief travel ban order, given her expressed animus toward the CEO.
Ginsburg was an extremely vocal adversary of Trump’s presidential candidacy, slandering him in the media on various events the previous summer.


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Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Interview

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor was interviewed by Jan Smith, for the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. Justice Kagan is depicted in the “The Four Justices” painting by artist Nelson Shanks, along with Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Elena Kagan, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

On October 28, 2013, the National Portrait Gallery celebrated the arrival of Nelson Shanks’s “The Four Justices,” a tribute to the four female justices who have served on the U.S. Supreme Court. The work is monumental; it measures approximately seven feet by five-and-a-half feet (in its custom-made frame it is almost nine-and-a-half feet by eight feet) and holds the west wall of the National Historic Landmark Building’s second-floor rotunda. Of the work, NPG Chief Curator Brandon Fortune noted, “The National Portrait Gallery is honored to have such an ambitious group portrait on loan to the museum.”

The work is based on sittings the justices had with Shanks; the two senior justices are seated and the recent appointees standing. Although the logistics of bringing three active and one retired justice into his studio was challenging, Shanks prefers to draw from life, which he feels brings each sitter’s distinct presence into his work. “If you can imagine a painting—no matter how facile—that doesn’t show character, something is missing,” Shanks noted in an interview with NPG. “Representation of character is really what counts to me.”

Only men had sat on the bench of the Supreme Court until President Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O’Connor in 1981. After O’Connor, the next woman to receive an appointment was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a nominee of President Bill Clinton in 1993. President Barack Obama appointed Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Kagan are still on the bench; O’Connor retired in 2006.

Shanks’s oil on canvas painting is on loan to the National Portrait Gallery from Ian and Annette Cumming; they have also loaned their portrait of mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves by Shanks to NPG. Shanks is also responsible for two presidential portraits in the Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection: one of President Reagan created in 1989, and one of President Clinton painted in 2005.

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A song for RBG

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On February 12, 2018, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shared her reflections on 25 years as a member of the Supreme Court during Penn Law’s Owen J. Roberts Memorial Lecture.

In honor of her visit, Matt Corriel L’13 and Doug Helman L’16 performed a song in tribute to Justice Ginsburg, written by Corriel.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Exclusive Interview | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

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Sub for more: | Randy DeSoto for Western Journalism reports, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg mistakenly identified Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., as one of the “women of the senate,” who can help bring harmony to Washington, D.C. Ginsburg made the observation Monday night while receiving Allegheny College’s Prize for Civility in Public Life, which was also being award posthumously to her former friend and colleague Justice Antonin Scalia.

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