Conservative U.S. jurist Robert Bork dies at 85

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Robert Bork, an American symbol of conservative judicial activism who played pivotal roles in Washington dramas around the Supreme Court and Watergate and whose name became a verb, died on Wednesday at age 85. Within 45 minutes of his nomination to the Supreme Court on July 1, 1987, Massachusetts Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy took to the Senate floor to denounce him as a man who wanted to outlaw abortion, ban the teaching of evolution and revive racial segregation. Bork said not a line of the speech was accurate.

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we do not have to suffer through anything ridiculo... by Lester Shepherd on Wednesday, Dec 19, 2012 at 5:29:35 PM
Bork took the position that if a freedom wasn't en... by Jim Arnold on Friday, Dec 21, 2012 at 12:59:37 AM