Better than Bill O’Reilly w/Hillary Clinton: Berkowitz w/ Stephanopoulos on what the U. S. Supremes really want, Cable and Web

Jeff Berkowitz: ...with Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan being, I think you have said, the great liberal hope?

Public Affairs, featuring University of Chicago Law School Professor Nicholas Stephanopoulos [cousin of George], is airing tonight in 24 Chicago Metro suburbs.

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Jeff Berkowitz: ...with Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan being, I think you have said, the great liberal hope?

Professor Stephanopoulos: I think that is right, so in terms of credentials, writing ability and social networking skills...she is the most promising member of the liberal bloc on the Court right now.

Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz, featuring Professor Stephanopoulos, airs tonight at 8:30 pm on

Comcast Cable Ch. 19 in Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, parts of Inverness, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northfield, Palatine, Rolling Meadows and Wilmette and  on

Comcast Cable Ch. 35 in Arlington Heights, Bartlett, Glenview, Golf, Des Plaines, Hanover Park, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Schaumburg, Skokie, Streamwood and Wheeling.

People can also watch the show with Constitutional Law Professor Stephanopoulos by visiting the Public Affairs youtube page.

Professor Stephanopoulos’ debate and discussion with show host Jeff Berkowitz provides an overview of our judicial system, of who is on the Supreme Court-with an excellent, no holds barred, thumbnail of each justice, of the two major voting blocs on the Court and how things really get decided on the Supreme Court.

Perhaps most importantly, the viewers will get a sense of the importance of the U. S. Constitution-- and how the U. S. Supreme Court  came to and does have "The last word," on many of the nation's most important judicial disputes and public policy issues.

 

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  • Fortunately, you said it was "Professor" Stephanopoulos, as George certainly wouldn't have had the gravitas to make any determination.

    Legally speaking, it is hard to make a determination at the moment. I thought that the DOMA case (United States v. Windsor) showed something about Kagan, but Justice Kennedy delivered the prevailing opinion (which IMO leaves more questions than it answers, but not worth going into length here).

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