#FakeNews on Gorsuch on Imaginary ‘Fascism Forever’ Club
Earth to newpaper reporters: High-school yearbook editors sometimes have a sophomoric sense of humor.
#NBCFakeNews on Gorsuch
An NBC reporter refuses to cop to an erroneous story about an op-ed in Judge Gorsuch’s college newspaper.
A Papal Tutor of Heroic Virtue
It’s not difficult to trace the influence of Jan Tyranowski on the teaching of the young man he helped to discern a vocation to the priesthood – the young man who would go on to become Pope St. John Paul II.
Why Neil Gorsuch is an Outstanding Supreme Court Nomination
Gorsuch is good news for religious and social conservatives – and for those who value the separation of powers.
American Bridge: Too Stupid for Words
A quick initial review of a cut-and-paste manifesto against Judge Neil Gorsuch suffices to show that American Bridge, when it tries to engage in legal analysis, is simply “Too Stupid to Be Taken Seriously.”
PFAW’s Feeble Attacks on Gorsuch
Elliot Mincberg’s bill of particulars against Gorsuch is a joke.
The nominee’s remarks shed some light on his judicial philosophy.
Judge Gorsuch and Administrative Law
Judge Gorsuch is very attentive to the separation-of-powers concerns that modern administrative law presents.
Judge Gorsuch and Religious Liberty
Judge Gorsuch has a very impressive record in favor of religious liberty—and against a hyper-expansive reading of the Establishment Clause that would exclude religion from the public square.
A Supreme Successor to Justice Scalia
Rocky Mountain native Neil Gorsuch has an impressive judicial record as an originalist.