Neil Gorsuch

Trump Voters: What’s Our First Quarter ROI On Our Trump Vote?

Ignoring President Trump’s successes and judging the President’s results strictly by what investments haven’t yet come to maturity is a shortsighted view of the conservative ROI of President Trump’s first 100 days.

Trump's first 100 days: Our next Supreme Court pick will be the kicker

Hans A. von Spakovsky, Fox News

Whoever the next departing justice is, President Trump must make sure the next Supreme Court justice is someone who believes in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights 100 percent of the time, not just when it is convenient to achieve the particular policy goal the justice wants. And President Trump will need someone who doesn't care what the New York Times, MSNBC, or the Washington cocktail circuit says about him or her.

Gorsuch Lessons for Trump’s Next Nominee

Fred Barnes, Wall Street Journal

Mr. McConnell expresses confidence. If a second Supreme Court vacancy arises, he said in an interview shortly after Mr. Gorsuch’s confirmation, “I think we are going to see a quality nominee.” The list is brimming with them, conservatives all, with a political machine eager to get behind them.

Gorsuch Asks The Right Questions

Asking the right questions doesn’t mean that Justice Gorsuch will reach the right decisions in these or any future case before the Court.  However, conservatives can take encouragement that Justice Gorsuch is starting from the plain language of the Constitution and the statues Congress has passed, not the whims and fantasies of other judges.