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Maintain The Current Structure of the Supreme Court

By Colin Schlissel Junior, Cornell When evaluating a policy proposal, we must ask ourselves the following questions: What are the goals? What are the trade-offs? What are the incentives this policy creates?  The goal of expanding the number of justices on the Supreme...

Abolish The Supreme Court

By Aanand Joshi Freshman, Stanford The recently deceased Ruth Bader Ginsburg is considered one of the most “progressive” Supreme Court justices who has ever been appointed. Ginsburg has been instrumental in supporting women’s rights through her advocacy both on the...

ACB is Qualified for the SCOTUS

By Payson Thomas Freshman, GW Resembling her predecessors, Amy Coney Barrett faces no shortage of qualifications to serve on the United States Supreme Court. She began her educational career at Rhodes College, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She was...

ACB is Unqualified for the SCOTUS

By Katie Thompson Junior, GW Amy Coney Barrett has recently been confirmed to United States Supreme Court despite her regressive legal positions upholding discrimination, xenophobia, and outdated criminal justice laws. As a staunch textualist, Barrett believes in...