Conventional wisdom, accelerated by Barack Obama's Nov. 4 victory, has Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Paul Stevens and David Souter, all on the moderate-liberal wing of the Court, heading for the exits during Obama's first term. As the theory goes, all three justices would be happier being replaced under a Democrat. But justices don't always follow political timetables for their departures. And Ginsburg, for one, has put the word out in no uncertain terms that she isn't looking to leave.
Despite Obama Victory, Will Supreme Court Justices Sit Tight?
November 11, 2008