If trial courts must call on ‘biologists’ every time the subject of sex comes up, it is hard to see how justice can be done.
by KYLE SAMMIN at the Federalist:
Judicial confirmation hearings are rarely illuminating. Since the introduction of television cameras, they mostly serve as a way for senators to say what they want their constituents to hear and for judicial nominees to say as little as possible. Nothing is learned, at least not on purpose.
But occasionally, we learn something by accident. At Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee asked a seemingly innocuous question: “Can you provide a definition of the word ‘woman’?”
The nominee was unable to do so.
It might seem like a question that goes more to politics than to the job…
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