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What Kind of Supreme Court Will We Have Now?

Ben Shapiro, National Review

If there’s one proposition that distinguishes Kavanaugh from his more militant colleagues, it’s his unique capacity to write specific, detailed decisions that knock down trees while leaving forests intact. Kavanaugh’s opinions tend not to be ringing endorsements or rebukes of the Justice Scalia or Justice Thomas type; they tend to be narrowly tailored decisions that recall Chief Justices Roberts and Rehnquist. It means those waiting for the ground to shift when it comes to major decisions from the Court might be waiting in vain.