THIS SUPREME COURT CASE COULD BE BAD NEWS FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEE UNIONS: Or not. LifeZette’s Brendan Kirby looks at an AFSCME case that could give Justice Neil Gorsuch an opportunity to strike a major blow for freedom of speech.
Two years ago, many public sector unions were on a collision course with the Angel of Death. All five Republicans on the Supreme Court appeared ready to cut off a major source of union funding and encourage public employees to become free-riders who enjoy all the benefits of unionization without paying for it. Then, death came […]
White evangelicals traded their supposed moral high ground for one Neil Gorsuch and draft picks to be named later.
David Frederick, name partner in Washington's Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick, will argue for the first time in front of his former law firm colleague, Justice Neil Gorsuch.
At Reason’s “Hit & Run” blog today, Damon Root discusses “a major split [that] seems to be developing between conservative justices Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito over the issue of property rights and the Fourth Amendment.” I write simply to add a point to Damon’s important post. Show More Summary
“Note to self: Never play poker with Neil Gorsuch,” one Twitter user commented.
It was a daunting task, but Twitter worked hard to document the atrocities (you can read the transcript here): As Trump said “we sought to restore the bonds of trust between our citizens and our government,” one Democrat very audibly said “Oh Jesus.” – Ben Jacobs...
President Donald Trump boasted Tuesday night that he has appointed “more circuit judges than any new administration in the history of our country and called Neil Gorsuch “a great new Supreme Court justice."
The Supreme Court Justice must recuse himself after dining with GOP officials. So, this happened, and Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) was dim enough to let the whole world know about it: I enjoyed having dinner tonight at the home of Senator...Show More Summary
"It was a private dinner, but I think about it as a return to civility in Washington, something we could use more of," Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, who hosted the dinner, reportedly said in response to questions about the gathering.
Hours after he nearly shattered a glass elephant by tossing a “talking stick” at Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) during bipartisan spending talks on Monday (yes, that actually happened), Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) decided to buff up his image further by hastily tweeting that he was having dinner with a Supreme Court justice to discuss “important issues.” […]
Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Neil Gorsuch sparred over jurisdiction in a Monday ruling Gorsuch, in dissent, lost. "We've wandered so far from the idea of a federal government of limited and enumerated powers," he wrote in his closing.
Law & Crime reports: Neil Gorsuch‘s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court may be one of President Donald Trump‘s early victories during his first year in office, but according to the new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, Trump originally had someone very different in mind for the job. Show More Summary
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
It will not go down in history as a love story from Shakespeare, but the "love letter" from Neil Gorsuch to Donald Trump may at least make it on an episode of Saturday Night Live. When President Trump blew up over comments Gorsuch made about Trump's attacks on the......
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Eight months into his lifetime U.S. Supreme Court appointment, Neil Gorsuch has given every indication through his votes in key cases and remarks from the bench he will be a stalwart of the conservative legal agenda, as President Donald Trump promised. Show More Summary
The Washington Post is reporting that President Trump began to second-guess his choice of Neil Gorsuch for a vacant Supreme Court seat shortly after the president announced the pick in late January, when Gorsuch criticized remarks the...Show More Summary