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Mar 24 2022
Ketanji Brown Jackson Sits On The Board Of A School That Teaches Preschoolers To ‘Dismantle Cisgender Privilege’
Georgetown Day School, where Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson serves on the board of trustees, recently hosted a critical race theorist to indoctrinate pre-K students as part of a “Black Lives Matter at School’s Week of Action,” a campaign that seeks to turn children into extremist political activists.
Fox News recently reported that the school promotes critical race theoryThe Federalist
Feb 25 2022
President Biden will nominate Ketanji Brown Jackson, a federal appeals court judge in Washington, D.C., to the Supreme Court, setting up the likely seating of the nation’s first Black woman justice, according to multiple reports.
For Jackson, her nomination culminates a meteoric rise through the federal judiciary following just eight months on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C.The Hill
Mar 21 2022
Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson began Monday amid scrutiny of her judicial record from the political right.
Jackson, 51, was nominated for the lifetime role by President Joe Biden to replace liberal Justice Stephen Breyer, who plans to retire at the end of the current term. She and senators will make opening statements Monday on theCNN (Online News) Reuters Fox News (Online News)
Mar 25 2022
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said Friday morning that he would vote in favor of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Manchin’s support nearly guarantees Jackson’s eventual appointment, since no Senate Democrat has opposed the nomination and filibusters are not allowed on judicial confirmations. In a statement posted to Twitter, Manchin said he had met with Jackson andCNBC Fox News (Online News) NPR (Online News)
Jun 07 2023
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson received more than $8,300 in gifts during her first term on the Supreme Court, she reported in her financial disclosure forms.
The forms, released Wednesday, show no other justice — at least, as of yet — disclosed gifts received for the 2022 financial disclosure period.
Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. were given extensions onWashington Times
Mar 30 2022
Maine Sen. Susan Collins said Tuesday she plans to vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, giving her the first Republican vote for the role and all but ensuring her place on the court.
Collins made her decision following a second personal meeting with Jackson on Tuesday after the judge met with other swing-vote Republicans, though the Maine senator was theWashington Examiner
Nov 07 2022
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson issued her first opinion in a short dissent on Monday, saying she would have lent her support to a death row inmate in Ohio.
Jackson, an appointee of President Joe Biden and the most junior member of the court, wrote in a two-page opinion that she would have tossed out a lower court ruling in the case of Davel Chinn, whose legal counsel arguedWashington Examiner
Mar 22 2022
Sen. Lindsey Graham voiced his frustrations with previous Supreme Court confirmation hearings on Tuesday during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's nomination to the high court.
The South Carolina Republican relitigated controversial moments from the confirmation hearings of judicial nominees, including Justice Amy Coney Barrett, whom Graham said wasWashington Examiner
Jun 30 2023
Dramatic fault lines between Justices Clarence Thomas and Ketanji Brown Jackson's affirmative action ruling -- and their 'lived experiences' too
The diverse opinions issued in the Supreme Court's ruling yesterday striking down affirmative action in college admissions pretty well confirms Justice Clarence Thomas's assertion that black people are individuals, and as individuals, they have different experiences. All one has to do to see that is look at the dissenting opinion of his junior colleague, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who isAmerican Thinker
May 04 2022
Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield suggested on Tuesday — without evidence or logic — that future Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson may be responsible for the leak of a draft ruling that would dismantle abortion rights.
There’s one very big problem with this theory: Jackson isn’t on the Supreme Court yet.
Nor was she on the court when it heard arguments in the case overHuffPost