President Donald Trump rang in the New Year on Twitter with a three-and-a-half minute long highlight reel from 2017 featuring his nomination of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and response to hurricanes that caused billions of dollars in damage....
The latest issue of NR includes an article of mine on Trump’s policy accomplishments in 2017; a version of it ran online earlier this week. I included the nomination and confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch in the list of accomplishments, although one reader has responded that it’s a change in personnel and not policy. Show More Summary
Did President Trump almost change his mind? The post Neil Gorsuch: The Supreme Court Justice Who Almost Wasn’t appeared first on RedState.
Inside the U.S. Supreme Court this week for the oral arguments for Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, I couldn’t help but look at Justice Neil Gorsuch and imagine how things would be if Merrick Garland were rightly sitting in that chair.
A funny thing happened midway through arguments in Carpenter v. United States: Justice Neil Gorsuch came out swinging for the American Civil Liberties Union. Few expected Gorsuch, a rock-ribbed conservative, to side with digital privacy advocates in Carpenter, a hugely consequential Fourth Amendment case. Show More Summary
According to recently released tax records, a mystery donor gave more than $28 million to the Wellspring Committee to keep Justice Antonin Scalia's Supreme Court seat in Republican hands and help get Neil Gorsuch confirmed. How awesome...Show More Summary
Barely two months in the post, “Lexington,” the new America columnist at the estimable British weekly, The Economist, has taken after America’s newest Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch, over the speech Gorsuch gave 11 days ago before some 2,300 Federalist Society members and friends at the society’s 35 th annual convention. Show More Summary
Watchdog group MapLight reports: A dark money organization that has spent millions to finance conservative causes was the source of the $17 million spent to keep Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat in Republican hands, tax documents reviewed by MapLight reveal. Show More Summary
Indiana's in trouble over removing voters. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas leaps to Neil Gorsuch's defense. And more shenanigans about the First Amendment. The post Gavel Drop: Republicans Can’t Seem to Stop Themselves From Purging Voter Rolls appeared first on Rewire.
DLA Piper Has Lost Its Global Co-Chair: Juan Picon is heading to Latham... Justice Thomas Likes Neil Gorsuch: And Ayn Rand. Really. Everything's Bigger In Texas: Even the potential Biglaw mergers. Which Law School Has The Biggest Gunners? This list, compiled by Princeton Review, seems... Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren: A few days before the Supreme Court returned from its summer break, Justice Neil Gorsuch, the court's newest member, attended a luncheon at the Trump International Hotel, where he was to give the keynote address. The...Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justices are the only federal judges who aren’t forced to follow any formal code of conduct, and Justice Neil Gorsuch seems to be taking advantage of it. A Politico op-ed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) reported Wednesday that mere days before Gorsuch returned to work for the...
The Federalist Society's annual convention on Nov. 16 features Justice Neil Gorsuch as its ticket-only dinner speaker and a convention theme close to his heart: administrative agencies and the regulatory state.
YOU WANT TO WATCH THIS MELTDOWN OF A DEPOSITION: It's worth 14 minutes. I promise. From Joe Patrice. TAKE OUR POLL: On who hates Justice Neil Gorsuch the most. By Kathryn Rubino. DID YOU HEAR THE ONE WHERE THE WHITE GUY DROVE INTO AShow More Summary
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Wait, What Did He Say? Justice Gorsuch says some... interesting things. The High-Functioning Alcoholic Is A Myth: We need to understand this as a profession. If You Can't Accept The Numbers: You might as well deflect with some transphobic...Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has a problem with suppressing disagreement. In a recent speech near the courthouse, he told lawyers that people with unpopular views should be allowed to express themselves. "Civility," he said, "doesn't mean suppressing disagreement." Outwardly, Gorsuch was talking about college students and free speech.......
About a month after media outlets stirred controvery by reporting that Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch would be speaking at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., the head of the Small Business Administration, Linda McMahon, spoke to an industry group there....
Apparently, U.S. Supreme Court newbie Neil Gorsuch didn't get the memo about how to behave as a justice. The Capitol Hill rumor mill says his colleague Elena Kagan isn't pleased. The post Gavel Drop: When the New Kid on the Court Doesn’t Play Nice appeared first on Rewire.
Justice Neil Gorsuch likely won't ever reach Notorious RBG levels of fame unless he magically becomes seen as cool. However, the novice supreme jurist seems to be stepping up to the plate for repeated Gins-burns. All joking aside, Supreme Court commentators have noticed that Justice Ginsberg has been rather......