Brett Kavanaugh

Blogline of the Day – What they fear most they first seek to destroy

by Skip July 14, 2018

Democrats Don’t Fear Brett Kavanaugh. They Fear the Constitution. OK, let me try to write short on this one for a change: Do I really need to explain why? When the Left is reduced to calling him a “frat boy” because of his first name, you KNOW they got nuttin’ and he isn’t the real […]

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#BrettKavanaughScandals

by Steve MacDonald July 13, 2018

The left is so unhinged about the nomination of (XX) that the progressive monkeys are “digging deep” for any bit of poo to throw. This has ignited the Twitterverse with a new hashtag. #BrettKavanaughScadals. As you might expect, the denizens of said ‘verse’ are having a blast owning that hashtag to make fun of the left. Carrie […]

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Roe v. Wade is Just a Clump of Words

by Steve MacDonald July 12, 2018

Democrats are not progressive. They like old stuff. Trains to move people. Governments based on an unimpeachable ruling class. And Supreme Court decisions that even bioethicist and infanticide fetishist Peter Singer would like to see scrapped like Roe v. Wade.

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh has ruled that Net Neutrality violates the First Amendment.

by Steve MacDonald July 11, 2018

Ken White at Popehat has a detailed breakdown of important decisions written by longtime circuit court judge Brett Kavanaugh. The point being, not to advocate but to explore for the purpose of summarizing where a Justice Kavanaugh is likely to come down on future First Amendment cases. I found them all interesting but one, in particular, caught my attention and […]

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Tina Toon: Trump Puts The Hammer Down For Originalism

by Mike July 10, 2018

Donald Trump has definitely grown into the job, and it was clear he had done his homework when he introduced with obvious pride, his second Supreme Court Pick, Brett Kavanaugh. It was particularly significant that both Trump and Judge Kavanaugh emphasized fidelity to the text of the Constitution and the law in question, in order […]

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This is What I Want In a Supreme Court Judge

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2018

Most of the copy I’m reading on SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh revolves back to a common point. The guy is a textualist who opposes a reimagining of the separation of powers.  That includes courts and bureaucrats who too often think they get to decide what things mean instead of making Legislators do it. Kavanaugh is a committed textualist. As […]

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Women’s March Sends Out Press Release Against SCOTUS Nominee “XX”

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2018

Do you remember the nomination of Justice Gorsuch? Protesters had blank signs on which they wrote the name of the nominee, so they could hate on them. Whoever it was, they’d get sharpied on to signs that were then waved in ‘protest.’ Fast-Forward to yesterday and the latest Supreme Court nomination announcement. Before the words […]

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President Trump Nominates Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2018

President Trump has chosen Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee and yes the left already has ads running against him. Here’s The Daily Signal’s Synopsis on Kavanaugh. Brett Kavanaugh Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit Age: 53 Education: Yale University; Yale Law School Clerkships: Walter Stapleton (3rd Circuit); Alex Kozinski (9th Circuit); Justice Anthony Kennedy […]

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Trump SCOTUS “Kennedy Replacement” List Down To Two

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2018

We’ll know the next Supreme Court nominee’s name on Monday, but by all accounts, the choices are already down to two. CBS News has learned that D.C. Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Chicago Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett are currently Mr. Trump’s leading contenders for the appointment to the nation’s highest court. A […]

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