The Gorsuch nomination

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Author(s) The Washington Times editorial board
Source The Washington Times
Date February 1, 2017
Quotes-start.png Such is the partisan divide in America at the moment that John Jay, Learned Hand or Louis Brandeis could not pass the inspection of the pickers of tiny nits in the U.S. Senate without an epic struggle. But Mr. Gorsuch, 49, is the distinguished choice in the mold of the late Antonin Scalia who reveres the Constitution as it was written, with none of the ghostly “penumbras” and gauzy “emanations” that certain lesser jurists have insisted they see in the founding document. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Gorsuch should be confirmed on the topic Neil Gorsuch Supreme Court nomination.