Is that so?
John Roberts single-handidly delivered an injunction in the last day or so preventing the FEC from requiring donor lists be made public by political orgs.
Single Justices can issue orders, injunctions, stays, etc. It happens all the time.
Yes, it is so. All of your examples involve actual cases and controversies pending in the Federal Court system and the Justice is acting consistent with established Federal Rules. And the Justice’s order is a public record.
Go do some learning. Knowledge is good.
For the Roberts’ injunction that you wrote about, who brought the action for him to act in a judicial capacity? I am sure it wasn’t Roberts giving legal advice.
Justices do not give legal opinions to the executive branch upon request. What if someone had standing to challenge Sessions un-recusal ... what then?... justices who gave their prior legal opinion to Sessions would have to recuse themselves? Mr Extremist should be in the right about this one.