The federal judiciary is increasingly fragmented into Red Courts and Blue Courts. Democratic presidents overwhelmingly appoint judges in Blue States, while Republicans mostly appoint judges in Red States. This is a recent phenomenon; it was much less true even a decade ago and it is accelerating. It is likely to corrode both the rule of law and the public’s perception of it. In this Essay I documented the phenomenon, explain why it is dangerous, and offer some thoughts on how to fix it.