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Could the notorious RGB be any cooler (you should probably ask yourself that out loud, Chandler Bing style). From busting gender barriers in the United States government to her sweet neck-wear, we're just smitten with this highly impressive lady—oh let us count the ways! Seriously, let's count'em: 1. She always keeps her wits about her. The 81-year-old justice keeps it coming with common sense and witty comebacks, and sometimes provides us with a two-in-one: When asked how many women would be an ideal number in the Supreme Court position, Ginsburg replied, "Nine... Read More
  Civil rights, you're doing it wrong. The Supreme Court has decided to strike down sections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 - taking some major steps backwards for fair democracy in our country. The Act was made to protect the minority vote and was a huge victory for the Civil Rights Movement in the '60s. All states run their own elections; that’s part of the deal, but the federal government provides the guidelines to do so via the VRA. Read More