Published on March 16, 2017

Neil Gorsuch: Just What SCOTUS Needs?

Neil Gorsuch Is the Impartial Judge Our Supreme Court Needs confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch, set to begin with hearings in just a few days’ time, will be my 14th.

If one thing has stayed the same in all that time, it is that the conflict over judicial appointments — and especially Supreme Court …

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Neil Gorsuch: A record of judicial independence rightly want to know what Judge Neil Gorsuch, the president’s nominee to be the next associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, thinks about the independence of the judiciary.

Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York has called for him to publicly …

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Gorsuch on abortion, religion and reproductive rights

Whatever views Judge Neil Gorsuch may hold on the issue of abortion, they are unlikely to have an immediate impact on the court and Roe.

Last term Justice Anthony Kennedy joined the court’s four more liberal justices to strike down two provisions of a …

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Judge Gorsuch Tough to Predict in Criminal Cases of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch say he’s too harsh in criminal justice cases but legal scholars say he leans toward protecting people from overzealous police and prosecutors, not unlike the late Justice Antonin Scalia….

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Neil Gorsuch is exactly the kind of Supreme Court justice we need is why President Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the US Supreme Court so important?

To guard our most cherished values and the law that holds us together, America needs a Supreme Court justice committed to the people’s Constitution.

Enter Neil Gorsuch.

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White House dismisses Udall plan to confirm Gorsuch, Garland to SCOTUS together, yeah, not happening.

“The President is focused on having the Senate confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch for the only open seat on the Supreme Court,” a White House spokesperson said when asked about the proposal. The idea closely follows a plot line from an episode of “The West Wing” …

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Democrats’ legally ignorant case against Neil Gorsuch’m not sure who decided that the Democratic critique of US Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch would be that he doesn’t side with the little guy.

It’s a truly terrible idea.

Like other liberals, I’m still shocked and upset that Merrick …

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Neil Gorsuch Helped Defend Disputed Bush-Era Terror Policies — In December 2005, Congress handed President George W. Bush a significant defeat by tightening legal restrictions against torture in a law called the Detainee Treatment Act.

Soon afterward, Neil M. Gorsuch — then a top Justice …

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Does Neil Gorsuch Have a Web of Ties to Secretive Billionaire? Anschutz’s influence is especially felt in his home state of Colorado, where years ago Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, a Denver native, the son of a well-known Colorado Republican and now President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, was drawn into his …

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Another oblivious critique of Neil Gorsuch and Originalism Rudenstine says he shares the concerns about “the values Judge Gorsuch supports or rejects,” but here is the oath he took as a federal judge: “I, Neil Gorsuch, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will administer justice without respect to …

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