Tag Archives: Judge Gorsuch

The Feinstein Paradox

Judge Gorsuch’s nomination hearings began today. Much could be said given all that was uttered from the dais, but I’ll keep my powder dry regarding most of it. I would like to focus on one highlight, however – I’ll call it the Feinstein Paradox.* In her opening statement, Senator Feinstein highlighted “the 14 key cases […]

“Acutely Aware of My Own Imperfections” – A Modest Skeptic for the Supreme Court

Senate Judiciary Committee hearings regarding the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States begin Monday. Like most hearings of this nature, these will undoubtedly prove to be some mix of pomp and circumstance, political theatrics, and run-of-the-mine congressional inquiry. It has become increasingly apparent that the left side of […]