Judge Bork shares a personal account of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on his nomination as well as his view on politics versus the law.
In The Tempting of America, one of our most distinguished legal minds offers a brilliant argument for the wisdom and necessity of interpreting the Constitution according to the “original understanding” of the Framers and the people for whom it was written.
Widely hailed as the most important critique of the nation’s intellectual climate since The Closing of the American Mind, The Tempting of Americailluminates the history of the Supreme Court and the underlying meaning of constitutional controversy. Essential to understanding the relationship between values and the law, it concludes with a personal account of Judge Bork’s chillingly emblematic experiences during the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on his Supreme Court nomination.read more
The content of this pompous mess is merely insane wingnuttery. Never let it be forgotten that Robert Bork is now and forever a boot-licking weasel. Remember that Richardson resigned as AG rather than fire the Special Prosecutor; Deputy AG Ruckelshaus resigned rather than obey Nixon's order; but Bork - having no sense of honor, or even of right-and-wrong - dutifully obeyed Nixon's order. Bootlicking scum. (And Bork is the best they have.)read more
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