Tag Archives: Dick Durbin

Senator Durbin, I Am a Proud Member of the Federalist Society. Here’s Why.

Here we go, again. Today, Senator Dick Durbin expressed his befuddlement, perhaps with underlying disdain, as to why an overwhelming majority of this administration’s judicial nominations have either currently or previously been members of the Federalist Society. Our Editor-in-Chief, Joel Nolette, previously covered Senator Durbin’s fear of the Federalist Society. Senator Durbin expressed his concern in […]

The Weekly Bipartisan: Objections to DOJ Charging Policy

[Welcome to The Weekly Bipartisan, where we share instances of meaningful bipartisanship, on the Hill and elsewhere. This project seeks to shine a light on efforts to come together to find common ground and advance shared values in a political climate defined by polarization, an increasingly jaded citizenry, and vilification instead of constructive dialogue and debate. […]

Who’s Afraid of the Federalist Society? [Hint: Dick Durbin]

That darn vast right wing conspiracy is at it again: At least, that is, according to some of the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee. This time, the target of their angst was Judge Amul Thapar, a federal district court judge in Kentucky who is up for confirmation to the United States Court of Appeals for […]