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The “Private and Confidential” Conservative Group Teneo

Andy Kroll and Andrea Bernstein, ProPublica, and Nick Surgey ProPublica
Leonard Leo, a key architect of the Supreme Court’s conservative supermajority, is now the chairman of Teneo Network, a group that aims to influence all aspects of American politics and culture.

Samuel Alito: One Angry Man

Aziz Huq Politico
If Alito gets his way — and there is no reason to think he won’t — the Supreme Court will increasingly be a religious censor: keeping women in their lane, imposing "Christian rights," and preventing uppity scientists from getting their wicked way.

Trump Is Planning a Much More Respectable Coup Next Time

Richard L. Hasen Slate
Forget bonkers accusations about Italy using lasers to manipulate American vote totals. Expect white-shoe lawyers with Federalist Society bona fides to argue about application of the “independent state legislature” doctrine.

Dispatches from the Culture Wars - Now You See It, Now You Don’t Edition

Broken Bridge Already Off Google Maps; There May be a Glow-in-the-Dark Cockroach, or Not; Peace Corps Says Yes to Gay Couples, Exxon Says No; New On-line Source for TV News Archives; Newseum Gets Flack for Honoring Slain Arab Newsmen; Climate Change Will Be Fought in the Courts; How Harvard Approved That Racist Immigration Dissertation; Physicist Eric Weinstein May Have the Answer to Everything, or Not; How the Federalist Society Got Custody of the Law.
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