From the New Yorker:
In every major case since he became the nation’s seventeenth Chief Justice, Roberts has sided with the prosecution over the defendant, the state over the condemned, the executive branch over the legislative, and the corporate defendant over the individual plaintiff. Even more than Scalia, who has embodied judicial conservatism during a generation of service on the Supreme Court, Roberts has served the interests, and reflected the values, of the contemporary Republican Party.
This is a very interesting and frightening article by Jeffrey Toobin, exploring John Roberts’ career so far as Chief Justice. It’s a thoughtful article about Roberts and well worth the read.