As a former law clerk of hers, I am one of the many people who models his life on Judge Barrett's.
Barrett's hearings could take an important first step toward withdrawing the Court from the political battlefield that it has entered.
There are more brilliant minds in America than could fit in the halls of Harvard or Yale.
Ours is a country built upon diversity, especially religious diversity.
Conservatives are one vote away from guaranteeing that the rule of law prevails on the Supreme Court for generations to come.
It is paramount that the Supreme Court not be left with a vacancy in the middle of a pandemic that continues to restrain the religious liberty of millions of Americans and stoke chaos in our streets.
Trump's new list puts pressure on Biden, shores up his own ideological base and makes demographic appeals. It's a shrewd move that, whatever its jurisprudential merits, may well pay off politically as it did four years ago.
The rule of law has prevailed in a key 11th Circuit Court of Appeals case pertaining to felon voting.
Trump's 2016 Supreme Court list was crucial to his election. Now, he can make his new list even stronger.
Amidst high-profile leaks, the chief justice faces a crisis. He must regain control over the Court.
"No modern president has had this level of impact on the composition of the federal courts," said Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law professor at George Washington University.
Neil Gorsuch has made his decision. Now let him enforce it.
Livestreamed oral argument can help de-politicize the Court.
Has the Supreme Court forgotten about its ruling in Employment Division v. Smith?
Key religious liberty cases arrive at the Supreme Court.
The ex-U.S. attorney Joyce Vance also accused Chief Justice Roberts of "permitting so much from Trump to go unacknowledged" after he rebuked Schumer.
Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan referred to Kathrine Nicole Jett as "he" throughout his advisory opinion on her motion filing.
The Trump-McConnell team is transforming the judiciary from liberal to conservative for at least a generation – and possibly even longer.
"This is not normal," U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman said during a speech criticizing Trump's attacks on the judiciary.
"We are now in a constitutional crisis," said House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler.