Ginsburg ignores the judicial women who sided with ‘the five male justices’

Ruth_Bader_Ginsburg,_SCOTUS_photo_portrait

“A wise old woman and a wise old man will reach the same conclusion.” –┬áJustice Sandra Day O’Connor, 1991

Despite nominees to the third branch of government consistently testifying before Senate confirmation hearings promising in their most convincing voice that they could separate their personal feelings from the legal facts placed before them when it came to rendering decisions, Justice Ginsburg may have tipped her hand concerning the hot-button topic of gender politics. As reported by Yahoo! News on July 31, 2014, and also by the Cybercast News Service on Aug. 1, 2014, Ginsburg more than slightly alluded that due to gender, the five male justices who formed the majority opinion in the recent Hobby Lobby case are somehow incapable of rendering a correct judicial decision regarding members of the opposite sex. Continue reading “Ginsburg ignores the judicial women who sided with ‘the five male justices’”