• Former U.S. Solicitor General & Federal Judge Ken Starr On Brett Kavanaugh: “He Is A Superb Thoughtful Jurist”

    5 monthes ago - By FOX News

    President Trump on Monday night announced Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh as his nominee to replace the retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.
    Kavanaugh, 53, a graduate of Yale Law School and a former law clerk to Kennedy in 1993, was elevated to the powerful federal appeals court in the District of Columbia by President George W. Bush, under whom he had served as a White House lawyer and staff secretary.
    With approximately 300 opinions issued in 12 years as a judge and a raft of legal articles and speaking engagements, Kavanaugh was the most prolific of the nominees the president was...
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  • Supreme Court nominee amping up abortion politics in Illinois governor's race

    5 monthes ago - By ABC

    The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is sharply dividing many republicans and democrats and is promising to be an issue in the fall elections.
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  • Tony Perkins: The Left Was Prepared To Oppose Any Trump Supreme Court Nominee

    5 monthes ago - By FOX News

    Todd Starnes spoke with Tony Perkins, the President of the Family Research Council, about his reaction to Judge Brett Kavanaugh being chosen as President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court.
    "I think it was a safe pick. I thought the President would actually pick more of a fight. He's the kind of guy if you going to have a fight, let's clear the benches and let's just have a brawl. The Left was prepare to oppose anybody that this President chose. So I thought, if there's going be a fight, might as well make it a good one," Perkins said.
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  • Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Could Leave His Mark On Many Health Care Cases

    5 monthes ago - By NPR

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, will have a chance to leave his mark on a series of health care cases, including ones related to Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act and Planned Parenthood.
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