Hail to the (New) Chief: Death With Dignity-Part III

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  1. Bruce says:

    “He is willing to buck this trend, to allow Scalia to speak for this coalition on this day with a single voice, and to build his alliances carefully–starting with his natural friends.”

    It also insulates him if he changes his mind, or at least refines his thinking, later. He won’t have his words quoted back at him in some dissenting opinion down the road. Or, perhaps his circuit court experience hasn’t worn off yet, where it’s far more unusual to produce multiple opinions. Of course, it’s possible to read too much into the tea leaves — it might signify nothing. That’s the frustrating thing about Kreminology: you won’t know the answer until 20 or 30 years later.

  2. ReidBlog says:

    Roberts watch

    It remains to be seen whether I was completely suckered by John Roberts’ charm and intelligence during his confirmation hearings. But there are interesting signs…

  3. Roberts: a “Serious Catholic” dissent against euthanasia?

    As SCOTUSBlog noted yesterday, Gonzales v.