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Senator Praised Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee List

Chuck Grassley of Iowa said the list was “encouraging” for conservatives who worried about the Supreme Court nominations that could happen in the next presidential term. Photo by Gage Skidmore

Sen. Chuck Grassley: 'I've never heard' Trump accused of 'being a liar'

Is Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley feeling all right? I know he's been under considerable stress lately, what with the pressure of not doing things and coming up with new reasons for not doing things, but his sad-eyed acceptance of Donald...Show More Summary

Libertarian CATO Expert: Trump's SCOTUS Picks Are Terrific

Donald Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees has already received praise from Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and now, the...

HEH: “Do you think I spend my day wondering about how Chuck Grassley will go down in history?”…

HEH: “Do you think I spend my day wondering about how Chuck Grassley will go down in history?”

"Do you think I spend my day wondering about how Chuck Grassley will go down in history?"

"I don’t care if I ever go down in history. I’m here to do a job and how the history books treat me — my name will probably never be mentioned in the history books."The old what-about-your-legacy move — whipped out by Harry Reid over the Merrick Garland nomination — doesn't work on Chuck Grassley.Ironically, this is the post that gets me to make a Chuck Grassley tag.

Grassley Puts Legacy, Reelection as Risk

It’s not knowable what Senator Chuck Grassley really thinks about his party’s decision to deny Merrick Garland even a hearing on his nomination to the Supreme Court. All we know...

Obama Received More Judicial Confirmations than Bush Did, Senator Says

From the Daily Signal: Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, is pushing back against the idea that the judicial nomination process is broken after being criticized for not holding a hearing to confirm President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. The Senate Judiciary Committee, tasked with checking the president’s power to appoint federal judges, has held hearings for […]

Chuck Grassley: 'There's no problem with Trump appointing people to the Supreme Court'

Chuck Grassley is doubling down on his endorsement of Donald Trump as the guy to make a Supreme Court. Just a few weeks ago, Grassley was calling the proposition of Trump making a nomination "a gamble," but he'll all over that now. It's...Show More Summary

New Patty Judge ad blasts Chuck Grassley for refusing to do his job in Supreme Court blockade

Patty Judge has released a hard-hitting web ad calling out Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley's Supreme Court blockade. (Watch it below the fold.) This is after polling from the Center for American Progress, conducted by GBP strategies, shows Grassley's vulnerability on the issue. Show More Summary

SEC And Chuck Grassley Still Trying To Stop Email Privacy Act That Got UNANIMOUS Support In The House

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Hey, remember last week, when lots of folks were super excited about the US House of Representatives unanimously voting in favor of the Email Privacy Act? They voted 419 to 0. That kinda thing doesn't happen all that often. I mean, sure it happens when condemning ISIS, but they couldn't even make it when trying to put sanctions on North Korea. Show More Summary

Chuck Grassley struggles to explain his made-up 'Biden Rule' for blockading Supreme Court nomination

Early on in the Senate Republicans' blockade of any nominee from President Obama to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, Chuck Grassley went in search of a rationale and landed on something he called the "Biden Rule."...Show More Summary

Grassley: Trump would nominate the 'right type' of Court justice

When it comes to the Supreme Court, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) just said exactly what Democrats wanted him to say.

Chuck Grassley decides he's just fine with Donald Trump in charge of the Supreme Court

Just a few weeks ago Chuck Grassley was calling his Supreme Court blockade a “gamble” with Donald Trump about to secure the GOP nomination. Now that Trump’s candidacy is inevitable, Grassley's decided he's not worried anymore—the Supreme Court will be just fine in Trump's hands. Show More Summary

Grassley: Trump would nominate 'right type' to Supreme Court

Sen. Chuck Grassley said Wednesday he thinks Donald Trump, now the presumptive Republican nominee for president, would nominate the “right t...        

The GOP’s Supreme Court wreck: Nominee Trump puts obstructionist Republicans in an impossible position

Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley's strategy of opposing every Obama SCOTUS nominee is set to backfire

Iowa Sen. Grassley’s support tumbles amid Supreme Court obstruction

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is the latest casualty of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s misbegotten mission to block consideration of Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland at any cost. Though Grassley’s...Show More Summary

Morning Wrap: Grassley's Gamble | Eight New Court Picks

"I would have to admit it’s a gamble," Sen. Chuck Grassley, the judiciary chairman, says about the GOP's block on the nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. President Obama announces eight new court picks, including two for the D.C. federal trial bench. And a criminal justice reform bill moves forward in the Senate. This is a... Read the whole entry... »       

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Maybe you should have thought that Supreme Court thing out a little more, Chuck Grassley

As if it just occurred to him, Sen. Chuck Grassley is admitting that the whole blockade of President Obama's Supreme Court nominee for the duration of his last year in office might have a bit of a downside: the Republican front-runner. "If Trump's elected president, it probably is a little more unknown than if there's a [Sen. Show More Summary

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