Gorsuch's Rulings in Focus as Confirmation Clash Unfolds

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Democratic senators, repeatedly raising the blocked elevation of Merrick Garland, set a critical tone Monday as the U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Neil Gorsuch got underway in Washington on Capitol Hill.

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  • Barry Hirsh

    (GoRsuch, dammit....) Okay, I‘m not a typist.

  • Barry Hirsh

    (Typos: Embarrassing) One other thing: Gosuch has received the top recommendation of that infamous right-wing hate group, the American Bar Association. But you won‘t hear the progressives speaking THAT truth to power.

  • Barry Hirsh

    One other thing: Gosuch has received the top recommendation for that infamous right-wing hate group, the American Bar Association. But you won‘t here the progressives speaking THAT truth to power.

  • Barry Hirsh

    Note to Durbin: Judges must rule on the law, not on their personal emotions. Therein is the fatal flaw in Democrats‘ judicial philosophy. Mr. Durbin, you haven‘t a credible leg to stand on. Re: Merrick Garland See: "The Biden Rule" - Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. The Dems cited that rule, based upon years of precedent and tradition, yet now they cry foul? Please.

  • airish

    The predicted political theater from the Dems. Seriously, Heritage and the Federalist Society are "extremist" groups? I‘m actually shocked that Leahy didn‘t describe them as "hate" groups -- I‘m fairly sure that the SPLC has labeled them as a hate group, along with pretty much all organizations to the right of the ACLU. It‘s sad seeing this process become so politicized, but it‘s understandable, I guess, since the courts have become the lawmaking body of choice for the left. Only need five votes on SCOTUS and no ability to filibuster.

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