Mar 29, 2012 03:43 PM EST
... better be serious about doing something. In this political environment, I don't know that that is possible. MARY AGNES CAREY: What do you think, Stuart? STUART TAYLOR: I think that there is a case to be made that unelected justices should defer to the political branches on things like ...
Nov 01, 2007 10:45 PM EST
... case, "a rogue prosecutor."A new book by Stuart Taylor and K.C. Johnson called "Until Proven Innocent" takes a hard look at what happened. Stuart Taylor, a longtime legal journalist and currently a columnist for the National Journal, joins me now.Welcome to you.STUART TAYLOR, Legal Journalist: Nice ...
Jul 03, 2006 04:00 AM EST
... Law School; and Kathleen Sullivan, director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford University and former dean of its law school; and, here in Washington: Stuart Taylor, a columnist for The Legal Times and senior writer for "National Journal" magazine; and Jeffrey Rosen, a law professor at George Washington University ...
Jan 10, 2006 05:00 AM EST
... Fund ownership when the case came before him, the findings for corporate respondents in hiring bias cases and his membership in this Princeton alumni group? STUART TAYLOR: Well, those all got some attention today. On the Vanguard thing, his strength is that I don't think there are many serious ...
Dec 28, 2005 05:00 AM EST
... philosophy is, and it might be harder for him to walk away from these previous statements. RAY SUAREZ: Is he going to have tougher hearings, Stuart, because of this paper trail?STUART TAYLOR: He definitely will have tougher hearings. I thought it was a little bit of a stretch for ...
May 09, 2005 04:00 AM EST
... Some of them did. JIM LEHRER: Some of them did. You're saying he may have been among the last who could do that and be believed, say that and be believed. STUART TAYLOR: I think that's right, yeah. JIM LEHRER: Okay. Stuart, thank you. STUART TAYLOR: Thank you.
Sep 10, 2002 04:00 AM EST
... s made in good faith. You can't have judges second guessing fundamental decisions during a war as to who the enemy is. GWEN IFILL: Stuart Taylor. STUART TAYLOR: I think the reality is illustrative. What we're talking about here at least in some cases is maybe the Northern ...
Sep 26, 2001 04:00 AM EST
... group to be singled out. What we should do instead is ask the government to protect that minority group, especially when you listen to what Stuart Taylor was talking about, all Arab looking persons. Well, one of the groups that's most heavily hit by this backlash is Indian Sikhs ...
Feb 22, 2001 05:00 AM EST
... I'd be very careful about getting into that other ring with all those other people. JIM LEHRER: Will you buy David's analogies there, Stuart? STUART TAYLOR: I think it's a beautiful analogy. I wouldn't dare tamper with it. I do think that the Congressional investigation, to ...
Jan 12, 2001 05:00 AM EST
... Don't put somebody like that, Mr. Bush, up for the Supreme Court. JIM LEHRER: But the specifics of the Judge White issue. For instance Stuart Taylor who is often on this program -- writes for the "National Journal" wrote a stinging thing today. He said that Ashcroft descended into demagoguery ...
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