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The filibuster has already been so diminished that McConnell can advance the GOP agenda without having to worry about it.
At The Washington Post, Walter Shapiro argues that both parties' presidential nomination systems are ripe for reform.
Well, it could have been worse. That is the best that can be said of the assaults on women’s equality and reproductive freedom carried out during the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Another presidential assault on the courts and poor people—and another critical institution heedlessly threatened.
By eliminating the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell showed that he is more interested in raw power than good governance.
In two actions last week, the Attorney General demonstrated that he’s willing to ignore the evidence if it doesn’t support his ideology.
This fall the Supreme Court will hear a case that will show whether Gorsuch places so-called corporate rights above individual rights.
A filibuster against Gorsuch was not foreordained. But his testimony was so evasive that he provoked Democrats into a filibuster.
Americans who want greater diversity on the bench should consider Canada’s recent changes in judicial selection, which have sparked an important conversation about how judges reach its highest court.
By behaving in ways that undermine the rule of law domestically and internationally, the Trump administration is compromising our integrity and security.