Neil Gorsuch, who espouses a literal reading of the Constitution, and who is not nearly as incompetent as Mr. Trump, will follow in Antonin Scalia’s footsteps.
Scalia always judged that the Constitution had been laid down once and for all and could not be adapted to momentary demands.
The Republican candidates for the White House are determined to prevent Barack Obama from designating a successor to the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who died on Feb. 13. Their fear is to see a liberal replace a conservative. However, an editor from the Washington Post mentions that the Republicans are playing [Read more]
Republican politicians didn't beat around the bush after Barack Obama’s first year in power.
In 2010, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, "The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president.”
Back then, the Democrats controlled the Senate. [Read more]
If the Republicans win the presidency in November 2016, and the new president names the next justice, the Republican Party would become the absolute ruler of government institutions of the U.S.
<i>The death of Supreme Court Justice [Antonin] Scalia is this year’s political event in the U.S. and should remain so until the elections.</i>
I was lucky enough — a few years back — to meet Antonin Scalia when he went through Montreal for a conference, where he stood by his Canadian counterpart, Justice Ian [Read more]
The death of Antonin Scalia, the ultra-conservative Supreme Court justice, and the debate on his succession have immediately aroused divisions that undermine the American political class.
Almost all Republican presidential candidates promise that they will annul 'Obamacare' on their first day in the White House.
Partisan politics have completely permeated the American judicial system from the highest level down.