Neil Gorsuch Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

Neil Gorsuch, chosen by President Trump to succeed Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court, goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee beginning at 11:00 am Monday for a three-day confirmation hearing.

Sen. Thom Tillis talks about the pushback he expects During the Gorsuch hearings, in an interview with Maria Bartiromo:

Live coverage of the hearing here:

Coverage will also be live on C-Span, and HERE.

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30 Responses to Neil Gorsuch Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

  1. czarowniczy says:

    And the most important thing Trump has to do domestically begins.

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  2. stella says:

    Feinstein is such a phony. Talking about rich people and those that use their power to influence policy. She has a net worth of about 80 million dollars, and her husband has used influence to obtain large contracts from the state of California.

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  3. stella says:

    She believes in the living constitution? Someone give this woman the hook!

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  4. czarowniczy says:

    We have four ‘Republican’ justices, ones 80 and one’s 78. We have four Rats…no, I don’t consider Sotomayor an ‘Independent’…one’s 78 and one’s 84.
    Even if Ginsberg goes to that Great Law Firm in the Sky we still ain’t outta the woods. It would be nice if Thomas and Kennedy would retire while what may be the last Republican President is in office so he could nominate two young firebrand conservatives and hold the country in place for the next 30 years or so.
    It appears to be just a matter of time, as the progs manipulate the demographics of the country so that it fills with people unfamiliar with personal responsibility and angling for a free lunch, to where they can wear the conservative Congress and Court down to a more modern version of the Congress of Soviets. It’s much easier to rule through controlling the SCOTUS than it is through the Congress.

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    • stella says:

      What puzzles me is why Ginsberg didn’t retire while Obama could appoint a replacement.

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      • lovely says:

        She wanted to serve under President Hillary Clinton and saw no possibility of Trump winning. The fireworks were already ordered and paid for.

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        • stella says:

          You’re probably right! Ginsberg was wrong once again. By the way, she spoke at my daughter’s graduation ceremony at Northwestern in 2000. I don’t remember a word of it.

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          • Mr Snado says:

            Gov. jay inslee of WA State spoke at one of our daughters college graduation (Central WA U) and it was a stump speech for obama’s election. He got boo’d off the podium, that’s cowboy boots country over there. I see now that hair lipped, inbred, clubfooted, citidiot has aspirations of running for president. I can only pray that he tries, he’ll get his a$$ kicked from sea to shining sea.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I think there was also a lot of ego involved. She had to fight her way to where she was and there’s tremendous status to being a Justice. Many lawyers I know have a really large ego, in some cases larger than their skills, but they secretly, I believe, all carry that little dream of bring a Justice – the lawyer’s Holy Grail.
        Apropos of Hitler and Napoleon there used to be the saying that ‘every corporal has a field marshal’s baton in his backpack’. At some point in his/her career I think every lawyer has a Justice’s robe in that briefcase.

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  5. hocuspocus13 says:

    Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    Happy Spring Equinox…perfect timing 🍃

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  6. stella says:

    Perspective on the Merrick Garland controversy mentioned by our Dem Senators:

    Supreme Hypocrisy

    Thomas Sowell
    By Thomas Sowell

    Published March 29, 2016

    http://www.jewishworldreview.com/cols/sowell032916.php3

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  7. stella says:

    I like Graham’s speech. These Dems are over the top. They must be up for reelection.

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  8. stella says:

    I’m turning down the sound on the comedian from Minnesota. Let me know if I miss anything.

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  9. The Tundra PA says:

    Excellent words from Senator Ted Cruz. Called out the DemRats by name.

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  10. amwick says:

    Finally, Hon. Neil Gorsuch! 🙂

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    • amwick says:

      Ty I was going to look that up. It was very mooving.

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      • amwick says:

        If I may:
        Here repose the remains of Increase Sumner. He was born at Roxbury, November 27, 1746, and died at the same place, June 7, 1799 in the 53rd year of his age. He was for sometime a practitioner at the bar; and for fifteen years an associate judge of the supreme judicial court; was thrice elected governor of Massachusetts in which office he died. As a lawyer he was faithful and able. As a judge, patient, impartial and decisive. As a chief magistrate, accessible, frank and decisive. In private life, he was affectionate and mild. In public life was dignified and firm. Party feuds were allayed by the correctness of his conduct. Calumny was silenced by the weight of his virtues and rancour softened by the amenity of his manners in the vigour of intellectual attainments and in the midst of usefulness. He was called by Divine Providence to rest with his fathers and went down to the chambers of death in the full belief that the grave is the pathway to future existence.
        The bottom bit was missing. Sorry.

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