After two lonely days of defending his 15-year record on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito Jr. will be reinforced today by seven people who know his tenure from the inside — fellow 3rd Circuit judges.

But in advance of their testimony, they are coming under fire for injecting themselves into a political process in a way that undermines judicial independence.

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