McConnell better figure out quickly that if he doesn’t hold the Resistance accountable for the Russia hoax that harmed his party and the entire country for many years, he won’t have a majority in the next term.
The House is gone. The elections are months away. The Senate has already passed $3.5 trillion in coronavirus relief aid. It’s time to move on judges.
French has slandered his Christian brothers and sisters by writing that ‘millions of Trump-supporting white Evangelicals no longer care about character.’
It’s a dangerous precedent that government could consider itself the arbiter of private essential services.
In the Federalist Society, we debate ideas with the nuance we wish existed in other corners of the legal realm. It’s distressing to see some so eager to destroy that under the alleged auspices of impartiality.
The left is freaking out that a new Trump-appointed federal judge realizes the harm involved when babies are manufactured in laboratories. But we need more judges like Sarah Pitlyk.
Is there any reason that anonymous negative information from the American Bar Association should be discounted for Vanessa Bryant’s nomination but not for Lawrence VanDyke’s?
It would be both smart politics and good governance to update the list of SCOTUS contenders. When a vacancy emerges, whether before or after the election, who will be considered?
From the internet fever swamps of the left-wing commentariat, plans have emerged to remove Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court by any means necessary.
After years of living happily anonymous as a lawyer and a judge, all of a sudden I found myself recognized nearly everywhere: in the airport, out jogging, even hiking.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas doesn’t want to set fire to the rule of law. He simply wants to let the Constitution, the real Constitution, once again be what it claims to be — the supreme law of the land.
The battle of Bogren was about more than a judicial nominee for a district court in Michigan. It was a fight over whether Republicans will accept the mainstreaming of anti-religious bigotry.
The fusion of populism and conservatism as a workable and ideological political movement is emerging in the actions of two newly elected senators: Rick Scott and Josh Hawley.
They may not love him, but GOP activists should be throwing roses at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell every day of the week.
All too often, lower courts have used a bad legal doctrine to stop states and local governments from protecting the unborn, even when Supreme Court case law would allow it.
Religious tests are unacceptable––we should never let people of faith be automatically disqualified from public service due to their closely held beliefs.
Judge Brian Hagedorn is being publicly trashed for being on the board of a small Christian school, and for blog posts when he was in law school discussing court cases about abortion and gay sex.
Senator Mike Braun discusses the rising costs of education, healthcare and other economic issues with Executive Editor Joy Pullmann.
Both Neomi Rao and Patrick Bumatay have immense potential as conservative jurists. Democrats see that and are getting scared.
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