Chicago anti-life* judge in line for Supreme Court?

Appellate Court Judge Diane Wood reportedly is one of three leading candidates for appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court being considered by the Obama administration. The other two are  U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan and federal appellate judge Merrick Garland.


Wood and Kagan already have been spotlighted for the radical pro-abortion viewpoints and both could expect a difficult confirmation process. Here is the analysis from a leading pro-life voice, llifenews.com

*If Planned Parenthood and other radical pro-abortion groups can label pro-life groups "anti-choice," it seems only appropriate to call the other side "anti-life."

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  • I guess that's two Lecturers of Law at the U of C you have gone after today. Want to make it a quadfecta by adding Posner and Easterbrook?

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