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Gorsuch Opens Up About Confirmation Process, Recounts ‘Escape’ To Washington

Justice Neil Gorsuch shared a personal account of his Supreme Court confirmation ahead of his latest book’s debut, bemoaning the loss of his anonymity as he expressed gratitude for the chance to perform public service at the highest level. Gorsuch’s book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It” is out Tuesday from Crown Forum. The Daily Caller News Foundation published ...

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Justice Ginsburg Shields Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh From Left-Wing Criticism

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg defended President Donald Trump’s two appointees to the Supreme Court and rebuffed progressive proposals to expand the tribunal this week. The justice has proved a steady defender of the high court, as its newly entrenched conservative majority is becoming a regular target of left-wing criticism. “I can say that my two newest colleagues are very decent ...

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Justice Gorsuch Joins Liberals To Deal Victory For Criminal Defendants

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Justice Neil Gorsuch joined with the Supreme Court’s liberal bloc to deal victory for criminal defendants Monday, striking down a federal law that punishes gun crimes as unconstitutionally vague. The law at issue authorizes heightened penalties for individuals who use firearms to a commit a “crime of violence.” “Only the people’s elected representatives in Congress have the power to write ...

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Justice Neil Gorsuch To Drop Book On Constitution, Supreme Court Confirmation

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch will publish a book of reflections and essays touching both personal experiences and important themes of American law and the Constitution. Titled “A Republic, If You Can Keep It,” the book relays “personal stories that have shaped [Gorsuch’s] life and outlook, from his upbringing in Colorado to his 2017 Supreme Court confirmation process,” according to ...

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What Has Trump Accomplished in First Six Months?

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If one only feeds at the informational troughs of the mainstream media, one might assume the only thing our 45th President has done during his first six months is make controversial tweets and buck allegations of Russian “collusion.” Neither of those affects the average American, but much of what he has accomplished or set in motion does, or will. Space ...

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Supreme Court Rejects Gun Rights Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear a California case related to citizen’s rights to carry a gun outside their home. In Edward Peruta, Et Al v. California, Et Al, the plaintiff complains that the San Diego County Sheriff is unjustly infringing upon his right to carry a firearm for self-defense outside of his home. California State Law prohibits ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Thursday, June 15, 2017

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President Donald Trump will receive his intelligence briefing, visit a workforce roundtable and deliver a speech before he joins his wife on a trip to the Supreme Court to participate in the Investiture Ceremony for Justice Neil Gorsuch. The President will begin his official schedule with the Daily Briefing as prepared by the intelligence community. He will then visit a ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Monday, April 10, 2017

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President Donald Trump is keeping a light public schedule on Monday with only three short events disclosed – expect updates with holes this big. The president will start his day with the presidential daily briefing from the intelligence community. Just before noon, the president will attend the swearing-in of America’s newest associate justice of the Supreme Court Niel Gorsuch. President ...

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Democrat Senator explains why none of them will vote to confirm Gorsuch

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Litmus tests on policy issues, decisions on a certain case and partisan politics have been reasons that senators might vote against the confirmation of a supreme court nominee in the past, but a sitting senator outlined the very reason that 100% of democrats won’t be voting for Judge Neil Gorsuch. Taking to twitter on Friday, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) outlined ...

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WATCH LIVE: Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch – Day 3

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Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch endures day three of his confirmation hearings. Expect democrats to continue asking political questions he can’t answer and republicans to hand him softballs. Both sides ar well aware that this is the next justice to sit on the Supreme Court but can’t resist the opportunity to politicize … anything.

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White House Press Briefing with Sean Spicer 3/22/17

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer briefs the press Wednesday on the issues of the day.  The briefing is scheduled for 1:30 pm eastern time. Likely topics to be covered: Parliament attack North Korea‘s failed missile launch U.S. / NATO meetings and dust-up Judge Gorsuch‘s confirmation hearing American Health Care Act status

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Impressions: Neil Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing

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I’ve been watching Judge Neil Gorsuch’s supreme court justice confirmation hearings before the senate and I find myself very, very impressed with this man. He comes across as a compassionate, easy going, down to earth, soft spoken person while also very sincere, direct, fair yet tough when it comes to the law. I like how he looks directly at his ...

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Watch Live: Judge Neil Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing 3/21/17

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Judge Neil Gorsuch sits for day two of three before a congressional committee considering his nomination for Supreme Court Justice. Watch as the second day unfolds and Judge Gorsuch is pelted with inane remarks from democrats and softball questions from republicans. Political? Yeah, you bet’cha!

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WATCH: Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch 3/20/17

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The Senate begins three days of confirmation hearings on Monday for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. The high-profile fight over Gorsuch, 49, comes one year after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Republicans refused to vote on President Barack Obama’s nominee to fill the vacancy left by the untimely death of Justice Antonin Scalia ...

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