Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Will Supreme Court Choice Divide or Unite Trump Coalition?

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
With President Trump meeting with key Senators to discuss his first Supreme Court nomination it is vital for conservatives to contact the White House and to respectfully urge President Trump to avoid nominating Judge William Pryor to the Supreme Court.

Conservative Opposition to Judge William H. Pryor Jr. Growing

What was a trickle of cultural conservatives voicing concern about Judge Pryor has begun to build into a steady stream of opposition. “Pryor may be 90 percent good on his decisions, but that is not good enough,” said Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association. “We need someone who will be just like Scalia, 100 percent, in terms of their judicial philosophy."

President Trump: Don’t Nominate Judge Pryor, Get Your First Supreme Court Pick Right

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
We know where Judge Pryor stands, and while he has a good record on some of our issues, his willingness to create new protected classes and endow them with judicially created rights unmoored to legislation or the plain language of the Constitution and his failure to protect religious liberty clearly disqualifies him from consideration as a replacement for Justice Antonin Scalia.

Stop Pretending the Court Is Impartial

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

How can liberals credibly uphold the pretense that Supreme Court decisions, where the left is the majority, represent judgments based on the Constitution, when Ginsburg, the leading leftist, has revealed herself to be a rabid partisan who can’t wait to use her judicial power to impose her ideology upon the United States?

Liberals are shocked — shocked! — that Ginsburg would act like a hack

Editors, Washington Examiner

Liberals are wringing their hands about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's highly unusual political comments, in which she all but openly called on voters to defeat Donald Trump. While the criticism is appropriate, the vituperation of it is nonetheless amusing. It's as though the New York Times' editors suddenly reached the age where they discovered that their parents don't know everything. The paper doesn't like admitting that its favorite justice is kind of a political hack who has done quite a bit to politicize the court on which she sits.

Trump to Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 'Resign!'

Daniel Chaitin, Washington Examiner

Donald Trump escalated his assault on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg early Wednesday morning by calling for her resignation after remarks this week slamming the presumptive GOP nominee.

Kasich Spits on the Second Amendment

The Heller and McDonald cases which finally codified the Second Amendment as in individual right were passed on a knife edge, and that knife is about to turn around and slash in the other direction if either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton – or John Kasich – are allowed to fill not only this seat on the court but the likely three or four to follow.

Why Does Ginsburg Want to Kill The Poor?

Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, having decided for some inexplicable reason to do a long interview with a fashion mag, reaffirmed the most important things we know about her: her partisanship, her elevation of politics over law, and her desire to see as many poor children killed as is feasibly possible.

Obama: We’re Going to Have SCOTUS Appointments

Joel Gehrke, National Review

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just reiterated her plan to stay on the bench. “We’re going to have SCOTUS appointments,” Obama said to motivate donors during a DSCC fundraiser. There are 4 SCOTUS justices over the age of 70.

Levin on Hobby Lobby: It's About 1st Amend.

WND Staff

The Hobby Lobby case was about religious liberty as guaranteed by the 1st Amend. It wasn't an attack on birth control.