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My new Bloomberg View column concerns how Democrats are distorting the words of Amy Coney Barrett: At first glance, Senator Dianne Feinstein’s criticism of Amy Coney Barrett, a nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Ci...
Common Core opponents in Congress are working on a bill to thwart the controversial education plan. US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan claims the Obama administration Race to the Top linked academic plan is not a step ...
Professor Amy Coney Barrett also wrote that judges should not have to abide by precedent.
WASHINGTON ? A Senate panel on Wednesday considered the judicial nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, a controversial Catholic law professor who once seemed to suggest that one’s religious beliefs ought to take precedence over the U.S. ...