Latest Half-True Fact-checks in Supreme Court David Brooks stated on May 10, 2010 in a column: Elena Kagan "has published five scholarly review articles, mostly on administrative law and the First Amendment. These articles were mostly on technical and procedural issues." Michael Savage stated on May 10, 2010 in his website: "She (Kagan) took money from Goldman Sachs just like her boss, Obama." Jon Kyl stated on July 12, 2009 in a television interview: A new Rasmussen poll shows people "oppose (Sotomayor's) confirmation. Only 37 percent support it." Mitch McConnell stated on May 31, 2009 in a CNN interview: "The Department of Justice, under the Obama administration, disagrees with the decision" Judge Sotomayor made in the Ricci vs. DeStefano case. Libertarian National Committee stated on May 26, 2009 in a press release from May 26, 2009: "Sotomayor has had her rulings thrown out by the court a troubling four times." Judicial Confirmation Network stated on May 26, 2009 in a released statement: Sotomayor thinks "that one’s sex, race and ethnicity ought to affect the decisions one renders from the bench." Barack Obama stated on May 26, 2009 in a speech at the White House.: "Walking in the door (Sonia Sotomayor) would bring more experience on the bench, and more varied experience on the bench, than anyone currently serving on the United States Supreme Court had when they were appointed." Republican National Committee stated on May 26, 2009 in a talking points memo: Judge Sotomayor has said "that policy is made on the U.S. Court of Appeals."