Neil Gorsuch

100 Days of Trump: Democrats have become slaves to the Trump-hating kook fringe

Moderation is in limited supply in the kook-driven Democrat party these days, a fact that will come back to haunt them. Plus, With Trump in the White House who is really in charge of the GOP?, and, Forget the protesters, the potential 2020 Democrat candidates are the real angry ones.

Trump’s Supreme Court Whisperer

Kyle Petersen, Wall Street Journal

Leonard Leo helped usher George W. Bush’s two Supreme Court appointees, John Roberts and Samuel Alito, to confirmation. Now Mr. Leo is on leave from his day job, as executive vice president of the Federalist Society, to do the same for Judge Gorsuch.

The Judicial Coup Against President Trump

For all intents and purposes the President’s powers as Commander in Chief and his executive power to maintain the country’s sovereignty have been seized by 97 globalist technology companies and an unelected judge in the Western District of Washington.

Angling for a Supreme Pick -- How Trump landed Neil Gorsuch

Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard

Gorsuch best fits the Scalia model. Like Scalia, he is a great writer, though his opinions are less biting than Scalia's. He knew Scalia and went fly fishing with him in Colorado, Gorsuch's home state. That event has been memorialized in a now-famous picture of the two wading in a river. Also, three of Gorsuch's law clerks went on to clerk for Scalia. In short, his connection to Scalia gave Gorsuch a powerful assist.

Gunning for Gorsuch — liberals' new normal

Editors, Washington Examiner

The #Resist crowd pretends now that its obstruction and opposition is an extraordinary reaction to extraordinary traits particular to Trump. It would be more plausible if they hadn't just spent the past year exposing that claim as a lie. The truth is that they would now be flying their self-dramatizing #Resist flag no matter which Republican had been elected president, from Pataki to Perry to Pence.

Trump's Gorsuch Pick: Promises Made, Promises Kept

Ann Corkery, Real Clear Politics

Donald Trump has fulfilled his promises with this exceptional nominee. Now, it is time for the Senate to promptly do its part. It’s time for the Senate to give Judge Gorsuch a full and fair hearing and an up-or-down vote so the Supreme Court can get back to work at full capacity.

The Constitution will be stronger with Gorsuch on the Supreme Court

Matthew Spalding, Washington Examiner

Gorsuch's career is full of decisions in accord with Scalia's opinions on religious liberty, the Second Amendment, criminal laws, and the commerce clause. To the delight of law students everywhere, Gorsuch's legal writing is even likened to Scalia: His decisions are both clear and powerful.