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.
There are three problems with Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly’s claims about correcting a smear against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in a New York Times article Saturday.
It’s not that the reporters mentioned the most important fact and it was edited out by NPR. Pogrebin and Kelly have a pattern of omitting this detail, and other key details.
Democrats, who have no interest in living with the constraints of the Constitution, see little downside in destroying trust in the Supreme Court.
Yes, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed. But that isn’t justice. Justice requires consequences for those who tarnished the man and lied to Senate Judiciary investigators and committee members.
Numerous Supreme Court victories and the inspiring growth of the early church show Christians shouldn’t place their faith in government power, but in the Constitution — and God above all.
After Christine Blasey Ford publicly alleged without evidence that Brett Kavanaugh tried to rape her, her father repeatedly communicated to Kavanaugh’s father that he supported Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
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.
The attorney for a woman who made unsupported allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh admitted that she and her client Christine Blasey Ford were motivated by their support for abortion.
In an unusual amicus brief, a group of people who used to be transgender say that not only should gender identity not be a protected class, but that it’s an imaginary construct of traumatized minds.
Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse bases his brief on an argument that the Supreme Court must change because the public will not like the court’s decisions.
The upcoming SCOTUS fights over these issues is about more than just employment law and LGBT protections. The outcome of this battle will affect many Americans.
Author and Georgetown Law Professor joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss U.S. history, David Koch, and the great crime drama “Anatomy Of A Murder.”
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.
Ginsburg’s advice against such schemes was sound, but her liberal fans will stop at nothing should they get the chance to change the Supreme Court.
Harris exemplifies time and time again that her allegiance to political ideology is more important than her allegiance to upholding justice.
Since when is the Supreme Court in the business of going beyond constitutionality to mind-reading as to why bureaucrats devise policies that are constitutional?
Although the basics of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation fight will be familiar to many readers, this skillful retelling provides many more details.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, David Harsanyi interviews Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino on their new book, “Justice On Trial.”
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