This is the first time I have asked for a recommended, for what that's worth.
I know very little about this guy, but from what I see, I already don't like him. I have pasted some things I have found on him below the fold.
Please, use the comments sections to get whatever snippets you can from the net. Paste whatever you think is appropriate and ad a link for others to see the whole piece.
Although this information will be jumbled, at least it will all be in a single pile on the floor.
Robertson is hardline against Roe
The hard-liners: In 1991, as deputy solicitor general for President George H.W. Bush, John Roberts (now a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit) co-wrote the administration's brief in Rust v. Sullivan. Roberts' position, which was adopted by the Supreme Court, barred doctors and clinics receiving federal funds from discussing the possibility of abortion with their patients or referring them to family-planning clinics that do the procedure. The brief said on behalf of the administration,
"We continue to believe that Roe was wrongly decided and should be overruled." Roberts could try to distance himself from this stance by arguing that he was merely stating his client's position, but the stark language in the brief could be hard to disown.
"Many people had characterized it as a very conservative court," Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, told Roberts. "But you said, `I don't know how you can call the Rehnquist court conservative.'"