Monday, June 21, 2021

Tag: Neil Gorsuch

With Kennedy’s vacancy, only voting can check one-party rule

Trump will replace the last centrist on the Supreme Court. Now only voter pushback can restore balance to Congress.

The judicial test Neil Gorsuch can’t pass

The moral test, which asks whether a nominee’s opinions adversely or positively will affect the lives of ordinary Americans, is far more important than what they've been trying to talk about in Gorsuch's confirmation hearings.

Democrats: Do the right thing

Gorsuch could not have come this far without the plutocrats.

Gorsuch on labor: A soulless man cannot serve justice

The senator’s question was simple and straightforward: What would you have done?

Gorsuch shouldn’t be confirmed until we know the person who picked...

Neil Gorsuch shouldn’t be confirmed until Trump comes clean.

Pro-Gorsuch dark money raises doubts about judicial independence

Does Gorsuch have a conflict of interest?

Neil Gorsuch and the case of the frozen trucker

Neil Gorsuch cast a cold, solitary vote against a worker who was fighting for his life.

Five reasons moderate democrats should oppose Neil Gorsuch

Opposing Gorsuch is the right political move. More importantly, it’s the right thing to do.

No cloture for Gorsuch

There are strong reasons for liberals as well as progressives to oppose Gorsuch.

Don’t focus on Gorsuch, focus on Trump

Trump is the issue here, as well as the integrity of our democracy.

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Liberal media propaganda tells the world: America is first

. . . toward America First-ism in foreign policy.

Shrewd deceptions: Lying by omission

Understanding how misguided and arguably insane our military priorities and spending are.
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Ohio cop on leave after driving over gunshot victim

“I want the officer held accountable just like if they get the suspect, they will hold him accountable.”

The Pandemic is us (but now mostly them)

Power, wealth, and justice in the time of COVID-19.

Unknown soldiers: America’s secret, privatized army

While many American policy makers believe that their country is ‘exceptional’ and thus shouldn’t have to follow long established laws, other governments see the precedents they set and act accordingly.