How Republicans Quickly Lined Up to Confirm a Supreme Court Nominee

The big question is, Can they get it done before Election Day?

Trump Has Reportedly Chosen Amy Coney Barrett to Fill Vacant Supreme Court Seat

It was reported Friday that the president had selected Barrett ahead of Trump’s official announcement, which is expected to come

Margaret Atwood Contradicts Herself on Whether Judge Barrett’s Religious Group People of Praise Inspired The Handmaid’s Tale

The author appeared to definitively put the controversy to rest in an interview published Wednesday.

Ben Sasse Calls Attacks on Potential Supreme Court Nominee ‘QAnon-Level Stupidity’

“These ugly smears against Judge Barrett are a combination of anti-Catholic bigotry and QAnon-level stupidity,” Sasse commented in a statement.

‘No Right’: Schumer Claims It Would ‘Spell the End’ of the Senate If Republicans Fill Ginsburg Vacancy

Schumer criticized Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham for going back on the standard they set in 2016 following the death

McConnell Pushes Back on Allegations of SCOTUS Hypocrisy, Cites ‘Overwhelming’ Historical Precedent for Filling Vacancy

The Senate majority leader made his remarks in a speech on the Senate floor on Monday.

The Supreme Court Needs a Justice Who Puts the Constitution First

Luckily, America is blessed with many highly qualified judges and scholars who fit the bill.

Susan Collins Says Republicans Should Wait to Vote on Supreme Court Replacement Until after Election

Senator Susan Collins (R., Maine) said Saturday she believes Republicans should hold off on voting to replace Supreme Court Justice

There Is No Reason Why Republicans Shouldn’t Fill the SCOTUS Vacancy

Mitch McConnell had no constitutional obligation to take up Obama’s Garland nomination in 2016 and has no obligation to wait

Trump Unveils List of Potential Supreme Court Nominees

The new list adds 20 new names including Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Ted Cruz of Texas, and Josh Hawley of Missouri.

Judge Rules Trump Must Turn Over Tax Returns to Manhattan DA

The ruling follows a decision by the Supreme Court that rejected Trump’s assertion that presidents are entitled to absolute immunity

Pence Says Chief Justice John Roberts is a ‘Disappointment to Conservatives’

The vice president said it is a reminder of the importance of the upcoming election in determining the future makeup

Supreme Failures to Protect Elections from Partisanship

Reading Time: 8 minutes In July, Barack Obama tweeted, “Voting by mail shouldn’t be a partisan issue — especially during

Conservative Justices Declined to Take Up Second Amendment Case after Roberts Signaled He Would Side with Liberals: Report

The four most reliably conservative justices were not confident that they would get a fifth vote from Roberts.

Sen. Hawley Sets New Pro-Life Standard for Supreme Court Nominees

“I will vote only for those Supreme Court nominees who have explicitly acknowledged that Roe v. Wade is wrongly decided,”

Supremes Signal a Brave New World of Popular Presidential Elections

The Court’s decision in Chiafalo v. Washington seems sure to intensify the partisan fight over the Electoral College’s future.

Supreme Court’s Rulings on Trump Subpoenas — Ho Hum

A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts.

Supreme Court Upholds Trump Exemptions to Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate . . . for Now

A victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on.

A Modest Win for the Constitution

By making the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accountable to the president, the Supreme Court has done right — but it

Trump Admin. Asks Supreme Court to Repeal Obamacare

A brief was filed on Thursday night to request the repeal of the Affordable Care Act of 2017.

Conservative ‘dark money’ network rebranded to push voting restrictions before 2020 election

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Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Release of Mueller Grand Jury Docs

The court granted requests by the Justice Department to allow time to prepare briefs to make the case against releasing

Supreme Court Battle Over Electoral College Begins

Reading Time: 4 minutes Can the Electoral College be the last line of defense to protect the United States from

Trump campaign spending unprecedented sums on legal fees as lawsuits pile up

(Drew Angerer/Getty Images) President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign is spending unprecedented amounts of donor dollars on lawsuits and case-and-desist orders