FAIR v. Rumsfeld Oral Argument:
Lyle Denniston has a summary of the argument in the Solomon Amendment case. An excerpt:
  Congress' demand that law schools give military recruiters equal access to their students, despite the military's policy of barring homosexuals from service, appeared to have survived quite easily its constitutional test in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, at least if oral argument reflects the Justices' actual leanings. Aside from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and, possibly, Justice David H. Souter, the so-called "Solomon Amendment" appeared to draw no serious opposition from the bench.
  I had predicted a 9-0 reversal of the Third Circuit a long time ago, so I suppose I'm not surprised that the argument went well for the government. Of special note, the Court has released the audio from the argument, and it is available here.