Bork has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Atlantic' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Bork was highly popular in March, 2016.
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[...] political order. For example, in studying the controversy over the nomination of Judge Robert Bork, sociologists might wish to focus on how a change in the group structure of American society—the [...]
[...] old dogmas about big business. In a book that galvanized a movement, The Antitrust Paradox, Robert Bork argued that the government fetishized competition and often leveled the playing field for the [...]
[...] kept imploring Mr. Esposito not to move. Riverhead Ambulance EMTs (from left) Chris Fleming, Bob Bork and Lisa Fitz were among the first responders who assisted Mr. Esposito after the crash. (Credit: [...]
[...] ;theories" of constitutional interpretation. The sounding of originalist themes by Berger, Bork, and Rehnquist were embedded in eclectic views that included a variety of nonoriginalist ideas as [...]
[...] , and that this understanding comes from the American people. Some hearings, like those held on the Bork nomination in 1987, starkly reveal that a new constitutional consensus has arisen. Among other [...]
[...] as Judiciary chairman from 1987 to 1995, when President Ronald Reagan nominated Judge Robert Bork to the Supreme Court. “The Senate has an undisputed right to consider judicial philosophy,” Biden [...]
[...] ideological purposes. Just consider the record of Bush II, Bush I, and even—aside from the Bork fiasco and Scalia himself—Reagan, who appointed the stalwart non-originalists, Sandra Day O’Connor [...]
[...] on the court meet their maker this year, and providing Obama cannot get a new justice not named Bork confirmed, the Supremes would stand locked at 4-4 in 2016. And as Robin Bravender and Jeremy [...]