Justice in Traction or Stereotypes in Action?

OKCupid rated me as more political (by a seeming landslide on the horizontal bar graph) than their average user.

I report from the land of Brooklyn where I moved to when it was pre-gentrified.

From my vantage point I’d like to see a Supreme Court judge appointed who lived in Brownsville and attended Brooklyn Law School.

The closest we’ve come to this is Sonia Sotomayor who was born and raised in the Bronx.

This is a tricky thing to write about.

Can we assume that gender, race, and religion will influence how a Supreme Court judge rules on a case? If it’s not supposed to influence a judge and this wouldn’t happen in the courtroom then it wouldn’t matter about the complexion of a nominee.

Might it be a stereotype to assume that Brett Kavanaugh would vote against women’s rights?

2,400 law professors signed an opinion article in the New York Times advancing their position that Kavanaugh is not fit to be a Supreme because of his temperament and his histrionics in response to being grilled on his alleged sexual misconduct.

Here’s what I think: the Supreme Court should reflect the makeup of average Americans.

Why is it that only a man who can afford to drop $200K on an Ivy League education is the one appointed to the Supreme Court?