Philip Berg’s case against Barack Obama and the DNC, the first such lawsuit and the one broken here at America’s Right, will be discussed by the Supreme Court Justices at conference on Friday, January 9. This is the same type of conference seen in Wrotnowski and Donofrio, only Berg has filed a petition for writ of certiorari and not merely an application for emergency stay.
For all intents and purposes, this is a distinction with no discernable difference when it comes to the eventual outcome — I still feel that the odds of any of these cases being heard on their merits are slim to none to completely insurmountable.
Unfortunately, because of time constraints, I cannot discuss this any more today. A few days ago, I discussed a realistic approach to where Berg’s case goes from here — please take a look.
In the meantime, it’s back to work for me.
Home, and done with exams.
As for the Kennedy denial so many of you have asked about, I’m fairly certain that the denial is of the application and not the petition for writ of certiorari. I’ll check around tomorrow. For now, for crying out loud, I’m getting some sleep!