Bush V. Gore Rears Its Head: The Triumph Of Politics Over Law (Part II)
Professor Pamela Karlan is referenced in a Huffington Post piece about voting rights:
As the Senate Judiciary Committee heard from Stanford law professor Pam Karlan two months ago, Crawford "may presage a repudiation of a century's worth of progress and commitment to expanding the right to vote."
Professor Karlan suggested that the cases "circumruled" well-established precedents because "the Court didn't outright overrule" them. Justice Scalia himself has railed against the "faux judicial restraint" of the Roberts-led majority, which he characterizes as "judicial obfuscation.