Neil Gorsuch is hardly mainstream, but a filibuster is futile

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Author(s) The Star-Ledger editorial board
Source The Star-Ledger
Date March 21, 2017
Quotes-start.png Nothing will stop the GOP from confirming this nominee. Indeed, Gorsuch gave them no reason to act otherwise. As expected, he dodged questions pertaining to abortion rights, gun rights, and the president's travel ban. His only slip was forgetting his role in crafting George W. Bush's signing statement that accompanied the Detainee Treatment Act as a DOJ attorney in 2005; most of us would remember if we gave a green light to waterboarding. Quotes-end.png

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This item takes a mixed stance on the position Gorsuch should be confirmed on the topic Neil Gorsuch Supreme Court nomination.