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The last bad word on Gorsuch: call your senators now

Source: The Government Gorsuch Wants to Undo – The New York Times From two lawyers who know how to write–Emily Bazelon and Eric Posner–comes this essay about the administrative state and how Neil Gorsuch is on a judicial path to … Continue reading

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More on Gorsuch hearing, from an expert

I have great admiration for Linda Greenhouse who was the long-time Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times. (The position is now filled by the equally admirable Adam Liptak.) Ms. Greenhouse knows what she’s talking about. And in this … Continue reading

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Re Gorsuch: how to, uh, interview a prospective Supreme Court Justice

I’ve read about this in the Times, but it seems so much punchier in Harper’s Weekly Review: The Senate held confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, during which Senator Jeff Flake asked him whether he would prefer to … Continue reading

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