Sunday, August 8, 2010

And Then There Were Three

Elena Kagan Sworn in as U.S. Justice of Supreme Court


She joins Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor on the dais of nine judges.

7 comments:

DJan said...

I wonder if there will be a day when the men will be in the minority on the Court. What a different world it would be, methinks.

Nancy said...

:-)

Vicki Lane said...

Huzzah!!!

Susan Erickson said...

Women should celebrate...the world is making better choices... and maybe just maybe...it's not too late....

Judy said...

Something to celebrate! Women getting a chance to contribute!

injaynesworld said...

What a proud moment. If you haven't read Jeffrey Toobin's book "The Nine" about the history and personalities of the Supreme Court justices, it's a fascinating read. Lots about Sandra Day O'Connor's decision to retire. I hope Ginsberg can hang around for a little bit longer.

Susan said...

This is so awesome! I'm surprised her confirmation went so smoothly. Yay for Lindsey Graham, Richard Lugar, Olympia Snowe, Susan Collins and Judd Gregg for following their conscience.

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