Fidelis, a social conservative Catholic advocacy group, has released a podcast interview with Jan Crawford Greenburg, author of the book “Supreme Conflict,” which chronicles the nominations and confirmations of Supreme Court justices over the past 25 years. During the interview, Greenburg comments on the health of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg noting that this is “not a Justice Ginsburg that I have seen before,” adding that during oral arguments in the case of Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation, “all the reporters who covered the oral argument were just struck by the appearance of Justice Ginsburg—it took her a good 15-20 seconds to leave the courtroom, very unusual. Justice [David] Souter kind of stood behind her and helped her out of he courtroom.” Ginsburg will be 74 years old on March 15. So who is at the top of the wish list of social conservatives and apparently the White House should President Bush get a third vacancy on the court? That would be Janice Rogers Brown.