White House Counsel Makes Case for Trump’s Conservative Judges

White House counsel Donald McGahn revealed in a major speech to the Federalist Society on Friday the genesis of President Donald Trump’s plan to create a conservative legacy on the federal courts.

Tom Cotton: Senate Democrats Must Be Reasonable or Face ‘Martial Law’

Sen. Tom Cotton threw down the gauntlet to Senate Democrats on Thursday, telling the Federalist Society that Democrats would either agree to reasonable conditions for confirming President Donald Trump’s nominees.

Donald Trump Announces Five More Names for Supreme Court List

President Donald Trump added five judges to his list of potential Supreme Court justices on Friday, as the White House prepares for the possibility of a vacancy on the nation’s highest court before the 2018 elections.

Conservatives Push Senate to Eject ABA from Judicial Confirmation Process

Conservatives are pushing the Senate to jettison the American Bar Association from any role in evaluating President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees.

Grassley Will Not Allow Senators to Use ‘Blue Slip Courtesy’ to Block Trump’s Judicial Nominees

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) announced Monday that he will not allow any senator to abuse the “blue slip courtesy” to block a judicial nomination.

Ninth Circuit Partially Reinstates New Trump Immigration Policy – For Now

President Donald Trump’s new immigration policy is partially back in force as of late Monday, but only until the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit can decide the case’s merits.

Judiciary Committee Sends Katsas Nom for D.C. Circuit to Senate Floor

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday sent President Donald Trump’s nomination of Greg Katsas for a prestigious federal appeals court to the full Senate floor for a confirmation vote.

Media Campaign to Confirm Judges to Federal Appeals Courts, Focusing on Kyle Duncan for Fifth Circuit

The Judicial Crisis Network launched a six-figure ad buy in Louisiana on Thursday to confirm Kyle Duncan to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

One Year Later, Trump Making History on Judges and Supreme Court

One year after President Trump’s historic election, the 21 percent who voted on the federal courts got exactly what they were promised.

Justice Department: SCOTUS Should Throw Out Illegal Alien Teenager Abortion Case, Punish ACLU Lawyers

DOJ is making the case that the ACLU’s deception was so blatant and egregious that the licensed attorneys working on this case should be punished by the Supreme Court or the states where they are licensed.