From the moment it returns to the bench today, the Supreme Court will be embarking on a schedule that almost guarantees it will make controversial headlines in the midst of the 2008 presidential campaign.

At times in its history, the high court has deliberately stepped back from the limelight in presidential election years. But for all its talk of judicial modesty, the current Court seems to be ignoring the political calendar and saying, “Bring it on.”

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