Episode 771

Dr. Shea Bradley-Farrell describes Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's unsuitability for SCOTUS


April 4th, 2022

16 mins 14 secs

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We know Judge Jackson is qualified as an attorney but that doesn't make her suitable or best for a lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land. Dr. Farrell gives her analysis on the nominee.

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  • About Us | Counterpoint Institute — Counterpoint Institute  President, Dr. Shea Bradley-Farrell ​ Shea Bradley-Farrell, PhD is an international affairs and foreign policy consultant in Washington, D.C.  and the President of Counterpoint Institute for Policy, Research, and Education (CIPRE). Recently, as professor and subject matter expert, Dr. Shea created and wrote the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) curriculum for the Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU) of the Department of Defense (DoD). Dr. Shea possesses an active U.S. security clearance. She is also Affiliated Faculty and Policy Fellow at George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government. Her career has focused on international development, foreign policy and aid, women's empowerment, and human rights.