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An extraordinary interaction with the Supreme Court Justice JohnPaul Stevens, who believed that Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford, wrote Shakespeare’s plays.

The second amendment does not grant the rights gun advocates says it does. Read the words of the late Justice John Paul Stevens in @TheAtlantic . No, seriously, take the time to read these today. Then #VoteforChange 

When the late Supreme Court Justice JohnPaul Stevens was asked how he, a Republican-appointed justice, could have become so liberal, he had a great reply.

In 1992, the late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens came out as an Oxfordian—one who believes that Shakespeare’s works were not, in fact, written by Shakespeare.

@azmy_b  says former Supreme Court Justice JohnPaul Stevens "embodied these virtues of compassion, humility and wisdom, which stands in such an obvious contrast to the narcissism and bullying and lies in the White House."

An era has ended with the death of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, on July 16. Jean Galbraith discusses Stevens’ decisions related to U.S. foreign policy and the war on terrorism:

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Remembered for Embodying "Virtues of Compassion, Humility and Wisdom"

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From breaking codes in World War II to breaking down barriers for civil rights, Justice John Paul Stevens lived up to those words above the Court: Equal Justice Under Law. Our nation was better for his service and we mourn his loss.

Justice John Paul Stevens’s integrity & commitment to judicial independence will continue to inspire generations of young Americans to follow in his footsteps. May it be a comfort to his family that so many grieve with & pray for them at this sad time.

Retired #SCOTUS  Justice John Paul Stevens on Judge #Kavanaugh : “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no really relationship to his intellectual ability or his record as a federal judge…I think that his performance during the hearings caused me to change my mind.”

In an unusual rebuke from a former member of the Supreme Court, Justice John Paul Stevens said that Judge Brett Kavanaugh was not qualified to sit on the court

Retired Supreme Court Justice JohnPaul Stevens said SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh does not belong on the nation's highest court: "I think that his performance during the hearings caused me to change my mind"

Retired Supreme Court Justice JohnPaul Stevens on Trump's abuses of power: "I think there are things we should be concerned about...The president is exercising powers that do not really belong to him. I mean, he has to comply with subpoenas."

Justice John Paul Stevens'>Retired Justice John Paul Stevens, a Ford nominee who was unanimously confirmed says Kavanaugh does not belong on the Supreme Court: "I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

Retired #SCOTUS  Justice John Paul Stevens admitted that he took extraordinary steps to try to prevent the high court from affirming the individual right to keep and bear arms. #2A 

WATCH: Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said that after seeing Judge Kavanaugh’s performance during the Senate hearings he had changed his mind about supporting the nominee.

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