Or anyone else, probably.
The take-out situation is really bad.
"And if a sports-fan friend bemoans that 'the New York Mets do not have a chance of winning the World Series,' you will gather that the team has no chance whatsoever (because they have no hitting)."
She probably won't be forced to actually serve, though.
Otherwise known as an iPad and a Kindle.
The Supreme Court will be deciding whether a class-action suit is appropriate.
She'll be the fourth female justice in the 221-year history of the court.
The independent-minded Republican takes the party line on this one.
The GOP's new maverick shames his colleagues.
An Upper West Side Chinese joint gives itself an endorsement from the Supreme Court nominee.
"Her opponents ... fear they'll look like provincial little-brains."
She was cracking jokes left and right during her confirmation hearings.
Elena Kagan doesn't care for it at all.
The Republican senator and Supreme Court nominee have different memories of what happened at Harvard several years ago.
Each senator on the Judiciary Committee made an opening remark today.
"I think some of her views are quite troubling ... in the area of political speech and the First Amendment."