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Featured Question: The U.S. Supreme Court

Sunday, April 9, 2017 23:17
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After much ado and the invoking of the nuclear option (Dangerous precedent?), last week the United States Senate confirmed Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court.  He will be sworn in today. 

Many Trump supporters voted anti-Hillary on November 8, 2016, specifically because of the one vacancy already on the United Stated Supreme Court and because additional vacancies are likely because of the ages of some of the justices now seated on the court.

Please see Gorsuch may be decisive vote in divisive Supreme Court cases for information about the cases expected to come before the court. Hot topics for which Justice Gorsuch’s opinion could well be decisive!


FEATURED QUESTION, in two parts: (1) How do you expect Justice Neil Gorsuch to rule on cases that come before the court? Do you believe that he will live up to the expectation of his changing the tone of the United States Supreme Court?   HERE is a partial list of Gorsuch’s judicial opinions.
(2) Does the invoking of the nuclear option bode ill for our republic?


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