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On the Radar: July 22, 2010

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July 2, 2010

Weekly Show

This week, Gwen and the panel analyze the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan; the Supreme Court’s controversial 5-4 decision on handgun ownership; the latest economic and employment news; and the President’s push to refocus on some of his high priority issues like climate change and immigration reform. Plus, remembering Senator Robert Byrd.

On the Radar: July 2, 2010

Legacy: On The Radar

Who Knew the Supreme Court Could Be Funny?

Gwen's Take

Perhaps Antonin Scalia has met his match.

It is all well and good that the high court’s most conservative justice probably disagrees with Elena Kagan on nearly everything involving Constitutional interpretation.

But Scalia and Kagan may find far more common ground when it comes to cracking each other up.

If you were watching Kagan’s Senate confirmation hearings – and you can be forgiven if you didn’t have 10 or 20 hours to spare – you may have noticed a remarkable amount of lightheartedness in the room.

June 27, 2008

Vault Show

THIS WEEK, the Supreme Court reaffirmed the 2nd amendment right to bear arms in a controversial case overturning Chicago’s hand-gun ban.  Just two years ago, the Roberts court signaled that it might rule this way when it struck down Washington, DC’s hand-gun ban.  But since DC was a federal enclave, gun rights supporters challenged Chicago's local law. Linda Greenhouse, then of the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News analyze the decision overturning DC's law two years ago.

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