Nov 25, 2021
Term limits on Supreme Court Justices have been proposed as a way to reduce some of the issues of partisanship plaguing the nomination process. Suzanna Sherry of Vanderbilt University explains how this would only make the problem worse.
Nov 18, 2021
While much attention is paid to the partisan makeup of the Supreme Court, there's little focus on the loosely enforced code of ethics surrounding the behavior of justices and those serving on the lower courts. Gabe Roth of Fix the Court discusses his organization's efforts to change that.
Nov 11, 2021
Arjun Moorthy of The Factual discusses polling around Biden's infrastructure package and reveals the key difference between supporters and opponents is how much you trust the government.
Nov 4, 2021
Collin Yarbrough discusses his new book 'Paved a Way: Infrastructure, Policy & Racism', which documents how communities of color in Dallas were broken apart in the construction of the I-30 corridor and how subsequent urban planning projects led to further displacement.