The U.S. Supreme Court's newest member will speak at the University of Louisville next week. UofL says Justice Neil Gorsuch will appear at a public event on campus on Sept. … Click to Continue »
(John Hinderaker) I am not easily shocked these days, but an email sent by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee an hour and a half ago shocked me. First the email, then my comments on it. Click to enlarge: The Supreme Court is not currently in session and issuing opinions, so I was puzzled as to what the Democratic Party was talking about. Show More Summary
AT LONG LAST HAVE YOU NO DECENCY? NO DECENCY AT ALL? Democratic Party Smears Neil Gorsuch As a Bigot.
The scheduled appearance raises more troubling questions about Gorsuch’s political independence, just as the Supreme Court’s term—already packed with high-stakes political cases—is set to start in October. The post Who Exactly Is Paying for Neil Gorsuch to Speak at the Trump Tower This Month? appeared first on Rewire.
On Tuesday, ethics watchdog Common Cause sent a letter to Justice Neil Gorsuch urging him to cancel an upcoming speech at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. Gorsuch is delivering his remarks at a luncheon hosted by the Fund for American Studies, a conservative nonprofit that promotes free-market ideology. Show More Summary
A conservative group that played a key role in placing Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court will launch a big-money effort Monday to get President Donald Trump’s lower court judges … Click to Continue »
Until now, Ronald Reagan-appointed Anne Gorsuch Burford [mother of nepotastic stolen-seat Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch] was the worst administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in its nearly half-century of existence....Show More Summary
27.8 million viewers across 8 networks watched Pres. Trump's address about the war in Afghanistan. 33 million watched his special announcing the appointment of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court on Jan. 31.
Headlines have been popping up in various media sources questioning the propriety of Justice Neil Gorsuch's planned speaking engagement at the Trump Hotel. This is primarily due to the fact that the speaking engagement is set for September 28, and the oral argument on the president's "travel ban" executive......
We're dealing with a dynamic in which a president appointed a high court justice, who's now headlining an event that will put money in that president's pocket.
Trump isn't going to have to worry about one vote on the Supreme Court, apparently. For example, should any of the emolument suits against him advance that far. It seems Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch is plenty happy to help his benefactor make money off of the presidency. Show More Summary
Soon after Justice Gorsuch’s speech, the Supreme Court will hear a case about President Trump’s travel ban, and the hotel is at issue in other cases.
APPLE. Tim Cook tells employees the company is donating $2 million to fight hate groups: “Cook sent a memo to employees Wednesday pledging the donations to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League. The Montgomery,...Show More Summary
Adam Liptak for the NYT. This piece quotes my Celebrity Justice piece in the Green Bag. … Continue reading ?
Law Newz reports: Appearance of impropriety? Perish the thought. President Donald Trump‘s first appointed Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch, plans to address a group of conservatives late next month at the president’s own personally-branded hotel in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
It’s entirely possible that the Trump presidency is beyond repair. President Trump has accomplished none of his major priorities (except for putting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court) and has proved himself to be an unreliable and inept partner for the Republicans on Capitol Hill. He surely isn’t going to be able to accomplish more […]
Charles Krauthammer assessed the first 200 days of the Trump administration: Well, I think the major achievement, of course, is Neil Gorsuch, which will influence the court for generations. There was quite a bit of deregulation, theShow More Summary
The Senate sent Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and Congress passed bills bolstering veterans' health programs and financing the Food and Drug Administration. Two must-do items will dominate Congress' September agenda: increasing...Show More Summary
The House began its summer recess last week, but as senators rushed for the exits Thursday they were still pointing to the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as their signal success, even though that happened back in April. [...]Show More Summary
Kenan Malik writes in the New York Times in support of Charlie Gard’s parents, presenting a secular, utilitarian argument for the continuation of the child’s treatment. In the article, Malik draws attention to a contradiction between the State’s position regarding Gard and its position regarding the wishes of a patient with a terminal neurological condition who wishes […]