The Quiet Death Of Court Packing
How quickly the news cycle churns. Four months ago, Ruth Bader Ginsburg had just passed, President Donald Trump was angling to replace her with Amy Coney Barrett, and liberal pundits who had spent the past four years warning about norms violations were sighing and saying actually the only way forward was for Joe Biden to pack the Supreme Court.
In response, Biden pledged to appoint a commission to explore the issue—and then promptly forgot all about it. Bloomberg reports today on the expectations for that neglected group:
Allowing cameras in...