SCOTUS, the Presidential Debate, and The Formula

The Supreme Court will be a major issue in the presidential debate. Justice Scalia’s seat is just part of the story. At 83, rumors have long been swirling about the health of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a solid vote for the liberals. Moreover, Anthony Kennedy, a Reagan appointee who often votes with the left-wing of the Court, is 80. Thus, the next president will likely appoint three justices.
Trump will certainly argue that if he is allowed to fill these seats with reliable jurists believing in judicial restraint and strict construction of the Constitution, then a conservative majority might exist for the

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