Those who want to preserve our constitutional republic spent a lot of time and energy getting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court.
It’s a busy two weeks for the Supreme Court’s newest member.
Justice Neil Gorsuch gave brief remarks from the Rose Garden at the White House on Monday after taking his oath of office as the newest justice of the United States Supreme Court.
Gorsuch’s confirmation means that the court once again has the crucial fifth vote needed to sustain the Constitution as written.
The ruling of the chair is expected to be sustained on a 52-48 straight-line party vote.
Sens. John McCain and Lisa Murkowski announced on the Senate floor Wednesday that they will not allow a filibuster of Neil Gorsuch.
Democrats are launching a last-minute attack against Judge Neil Gorsuch.
A bipartisan majority of 55 senators have pledged to vote to confirm Gorsuch.
Monday it became official that Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has the necessary 41 senators publicly committed to filibuster Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
He also criticized Gorsuch’s recognizing organizations as being capable of asserting legal rights.