Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday demanded access to Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s records from his employment in the George W. Bush White House, citing the panel’s role in “judicial disqualification and misconduct.”
The same bettor who last year placed a $67,000 wager on the Warriors to make the playoffs at minus-10,000 odds was back at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook on Wednesday, this time placing a $100,500 bet on the 76ers to do the same at minus-5,000 odds.
Ethics rules don’t apply to Supreme Court nominees as long as they get confirmed, a panel of judges concluded.
Sen. Susan Collins still has Politico reporters Burgess Everett and Marianne Levine snowed. Check out this lede: "Susan Collins has watched countless gun debates stall out over the years. But this time, she says, will be different. The Maine moderate has long been a lonely voice on guns in the GOP."
Brett Kavanaugh is sworn-in as Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court by Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy on October 8, 2018 at the White House. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
U.S. House Judiciary Committee chair Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) is renewing his effort to target Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh, asking the National Archives to release more information about Kavanaugh's work in the White House under President George W. Bush.
Supreme Court justices are not subject to the federal judiciary's system of ethics reviews, a panel affirmed.
Now, the only way Kavanaugh could be investigated is if Congress decides to do something about it — and so far they haven't.