Old And Busted: Donald Trump Wins On First Ballot. New Hotness: A Scorched Earth Convention
There is no reason why the GOP should allow Donald Trump to have the nomination no matter how many delegates he shows up with.Read More »
In an op-ed in the Daily Caller, I conclude that
[B]elievers in the rule of law have several things to cheer in the Kagan confirmation battle. Republican senators mounted their strongest opposition in more than a century, sending strong signals to the White House about future Supreme Court picks, while teeing up important issues for this fall’s Senate races. The confirmation fight also saw the continuing repudiation of the Left’s living Constitution philosophy and the solidification of a profound change in the politics of judicial confirmations wrought by the prominence of gun rights for the second time in two summers.