When the Supreme Court is unanimous or nearly so, as it has been for much of the term, there is no need for a swing vote.

So Justice Anthony Kennedy has not been heard from very much lately. Even as Boumediene v. Bush was argued last December, Kennedy was pretty quiet. At one point Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg flatteringly mentioned something Kennedy had written, but he did not seem to enjoy the attention.

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