After reflecting on The Dispatch’s interview with former President George W. Bush this week, David and Sarah discuss Justice Stephen Breyer’s controversial pronunciation of the word “amicus,” Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Second Amendment jurisprudence, and Justice Neil Gorsuch’s majority opinion in Niz-Chavez v. Garland, Attorney General. Stay tuned to hear our hosts chat about Supreme Court oral arguments for a First Amendment lawsuit involving a high school cheerleader.
–George W. Bush Paints E Pluribus Unum on the Dispatch Podcast
-“When a Justice Needs a Friend” by William Safire in the New York Times
–French Press: “How an Angry Cheerleader Could Help Cancel Cancel Culture” by David French in The Dispatch