Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin pressed Amy Coney Barrett multiple times on the same question and distorted her positions in past cases.
The nomination of Barrett, Kristen Waggoner said, should give everyone hope that the courts will follow what they were designed to do.
The rule of law, not rhetorical inventions and pleas of partisans, should guide the means by which we live out our political process.
The shared national identity of Americans grounded in the right to freely worship according to one’s own faith should bring us together, not break us apart.
Biden needs to answer what he intends to do about Obamacare’s individual mandate — or millions of Americans could wind up paying a tax before they know it.
‘Some White colonizers ‘adopted’ Black children,’ Kendi wrote on Twitter. ‘They ‘civilized’ these ‘savage’ children in the ‘superior’ ways of White people.’
RBG and Satanism converged at HuffPo this week when an attorney wrote that the death of the Supreme Court justice motivated her to join the Satanic Temple.
If the Democrats have already decided they won’t for Trump’s pick, then what is the point of holding hearings?
The confirmation battle to fill Justice Ginsburg’s seat could be apocalyptic. Here’s the strategy behind some of the president’s top contenders.
Trump vowed to choose a nominee from the 2016 list, so he should nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Democrats have advocated different sets of rules for handling nominations of Democrat and Republican presidents, and therefore, their lectures about what to do now are not exactly credible.
It’s possible to esteem and appreciate the contributions of those who don’t share all our values or adhere perfectly to our own standards of morality.
Ben Domenech and Ilya Shapiro discuss the history of contentious court fights and how they transitioned from an insulted political conflict into the public square.
Reuters compared the Catholic faith community of Amy Coney Barret to the dystopian cult-like group depicted in the “Handmaid’s Tale.”
“Nine seems to be a good number. It’s been that way for a long time,” Ginsburg told NPR in July 2019.
If we learned anything from Brett Kavanaugh, it’s that if it’s up to the media, there’s no way the nominee’s character makes it out of the next 42 days alive.
Not only is this the right decision on principle, since judicial nominations are the duty of the president, but it is also the right political move.
Kylee Zempel and Emily Jashinsky discuss the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and break down the politics surrounding the open seat on the Supreme Court.
Romney says his highest duty is to the Constitution. Now is the time to prove it.
A vigil speaker declared that her organization and its allies would do whatever it takes to keep the Senate from holding hearings on a new Trump nominee, no matter who it is.
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