Category Archives: Gorsuch

Remembering Justice Scalia–One Year Later

Just over a year ago, the nation lost Justice Antonin Scalia, one of the most significant members of the Supreme Court in recent history. “Nino Scalia will go down in history as one of the most transformational Supreme Court justices of our nation,” Justice Kagan stated. Justice Breyer described him as a “legal titan.” Antonin … Continue reading Remembering Justice Scalia–One Year Later

The Gorsuch Report—Week 2

It has been over a week since President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. The widely respected and impressively credentialed Judge Gorsuch, currently sits on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. The nomination was met with the predictable outpouring of support from Republicans, while the … Continue reading The Gorsuch Report—Week 2

In Praise of the Supreme Court Confirmation Process

It sometimes feels like no one has anything good to say about the Supreme Court confirmation process. Some lament its lack of substance. (Back when she was a law professor, Justice Kagan described it as “a vapid and hollow charade.”) Some worry it has become too partisan. (Just last spring, Chief Justice Roberts said that … Continue reading In Praise of the Supreme Court Confirmation Process