Wednesday, June 28, 2017


One of the most important discoveries about Neil Gorsuch is that it would appear that he is not (in any manner shape of form) a stealth liberal, as some have accused many of the GOP nominees to the Supreme Court of being.

As it stands, he seems squarely rooted in the far right (Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch). There doesn't (at this point) appear to be much Roberts in him, much less any Kennedy.  As a matter of conservative judicial principals, Trump would appear to have gotten this one right.

I still believe that ultimately Bush did a good job with Roberts and Alito. Obviously, Roberts is more the wildcard than Alito (who is unabashedly conservative)... but both stick pretty well to the conservative ideology of justice.

But one has to be impressed so far with Gorsuch. His behavior should set conservative minds at ease, as it pertains to the many many judicial appointments Trump is making to the Federal Courts, along with any potential USSC pick (this year or next).

So far, the only complaints have been coming from the left.


rrb said...

complaints from the left are the most precise indicator that he was the correct choice.

caliphate4vr said...

when a literal jackass says this

This is like the three horsemen of the apocalypse, and they're waiting for the fourth one to come along so that they can go on their trend toward what I call extremism

we got the right pick

KD said...

12.8 Billion Dollars , that is the figure NATO nations, other then the USA will be adding this year.

President Trump gets another WIN.

Why is it the last guy, whatwashisname?,, you know the community organizer, the guy that was in charge during THE LOST YEARS, why is it he could not get this done?

Indy Voter said...

What happened to the portal page that linked to this blog, Collin's blog, and the legacy blog? It saved me from having to open up individual blogs if there weren't any updates (posts or comments). It also had links to other sites as well that I sometimes used.

rrb said...