Sunday, March 24, 2024

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WASHINGTONN — Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer said it’s “possible” the Supreme Court could one day overrule its 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, which itself overruled Roe v. Wade.
“But who knows?” added Breyer, speaking to moderator Kristen Welker on NBC News’ “Meet the Press.” 

Thee former justice also spoke about the leak of the majority’s decision to overturn Roe, which preceded the official ruling by several weeks, calling it “unfortunate.” Breyer said that he had a “theory” about the motivations of the leaker but declined to share any names, saying, “You have a theory. People have theories. 



I don’t mean to be coy, but I really don’t want to get into something.” “I’d be amazed if it was a judge,” he added. interview former supreme court justice legal law Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer speaks with Kristen Welker for “Meet the Press” in Cambridge, Mass., on Wednesday.Cheryl Senter / NBC News Breyer also sidestepped questions about several cases before the court this year involving former President Donald Trump.

 Asked about one Trump case coming before the court regarding the former president’s claim that he should be immune from criminal prosecution for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election, Breyer said he wouldn’t comment and didn’t have enough information to form an opinion. “My goodness, you can make mistakes just by saying what your initial opinion is.

 And my goodness, how often it really occurs,” Breyer said, adding: “I’m not just trying to get out of the question, because I can get out of the question by just saying I’m not going to answer the question.” interview former supreme court justice legal law profile Former Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer is interviewed by Kristen Welker for Meet The Press, in Cambridge, Mass., on March 20, 2024.Cheryl Senter / NBC News Still, Breyer, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton and served on the court from 1994 to 2022, isn’t a stranger to evaluating cases in the middle of presidential election years that could have major consequences for the outcome of the election. 


In 2000, Breyer weighed the Bush v. Gore case and agreed with a 7-2 majority decision that the method for recounting ballots in Florida’s presidential election was unconstitutional. But he dissented from a majority opinion that found Florida didn’t have time to conduct a constitutional recount. Stephen Breyer says he’d be ‘amazed’ if a Supreme Court justice was behind the Dobbs leak “They shouldn’t have taken [the case] up,” Breyer told Welker. 

“That’s what I thought about Bush v. Gore.” He added, “I said, ‘They shouldn’t have taken up the opinion. And now, having taken it up, I think they should decide it the other way.’ That was my view, all right? But it was a view reached after a considerable amount of work.” Breyer spoke to NBC News’ “Meet the Press” ahead of the release of his book “Reading the 

Constitution: Why I Chose Pragmatism, Not Textualism,” in which he lays out his case against an originalist interpretation of the Constitution. “It’s very attractive,” Breyer said, describing textualism as “simple.” “All you have to do is read this. Fabulous. You’ve got the answer. Yeah, just read it, and it’s simple,” he said. “You say, ‘Sounds good, sounds good.’ But it doesn’t work very well, in my opinion. And that’s why I’ve spent a year and a half trying to explain why,” Breyer added.

Sunday, July 23, 2023

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RTE All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Kilkenny v Limerick updates

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Ireland Kilkenny star Cillian Buckley is facing another big day today as he takes the field of Croke Park for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final, just 24 hours after his wedding to partner Niamh Dowling.
The Dicksboro club man and Niamh celebrated with a reception in the stunning surrounds of the five-star Castle Durrow in Co. Laois.

And after a glorious day spent with friends and family, Cillian was hoping for more glory on the field as the Cats take on Limerick in a repeat showdown of last year’s decider for the Liam MacCarthy Cup.

Buckley helped the Cats reach the final after he scored a last-second goal in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final against Galway last month.

The three-time All-Ireland winner popped the question during a romantic getaway with Niamh in the five-star The Europe, just outside Killarney in Co. Kerry, in 2020.

Ex-Kilkenny goalkeeper David Herity revealed on Off The Ball earlier this week how Buckley had believed that the final would be taking place on the same weekend as it did last year.

Cillian will line out for Kilkenny in today’s All Ireland just 24 hours after he
married his bride Niamh
Cillian will line out for Kilkenny in today’s All Ireland just 24 hours after he married his bride Niamh

Last year’s All Ireland final was played a week earlier, with the Cats facing their rivals on July 17.

But after Kilkenny played Limerick in the final on July 17, the decider fell on July 23 — which narrowly missed his ‘other’ big day.

Meanwhile, love is obviously in the air as Buckley’s best man, teammate Walter Walsh, will be married on July 29.

The Kilkenny stars were said to be taking it easy at the celebration before bussing up to Dublin this morning.