President Trump Weekly Address – The Importance of the Next Supreme Court Nominee…

President Donald Trump took the opportunity to use the weekly address to discuss his perspective on the next supreme court nominee who is scheduled to be announced Monday July 9th, at 9:00pm.

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117 Responses to President Trump Weekly Address – The Importance of the Next Supreme Court Nominee…

    • Caius Lowell says:

      In PDJT we trust…

      Liked by 7 people

      • Trumpismine says:

        True Trump and the founding fathers understand the rule of law and justice to breath life into our Republic. The hand of God is Blessing us all.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Southern Son says:

          The Lord Ruled in Favor of the United States of America, just in the nick of time.
          I’m Praying for God to Help Us again, by Removing the Judicial Activist that ObaMao installed on the Supreme Court.
          Namely RBG, Kagen, and the one that got nominated Only because of her Ethnicity, and Not her Credentials.
          Thank You Jesus, for Donald J. Trump!!
          Amen.

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      • guru1966 says:

        In God we trust.
        But, we’re pretty fond of PDJT, too! 🙂

        Liked by 6 people

    • bulwarker says:

      What’s your take on those six, Sundance?

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      • Skinner says:

        Barrett – by a country mile.

        This is the biggest America First policy decision Trump will make. The Supreme Court was my driving reason he won my vote – everything else I agreed with but the SC alone was my most important value and we won the lottery with PDJT.

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        • Mark L. says:

          Without a doubt.

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          • ktm300xcwe says:

            Not only is she overqualified and wil make an OUTSTANDING jurist, it will make the left’s heads explode even more violently than ever!

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          • Avi says:

            but can she be confirmed?

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            • Skinner says:

              She has been in 2017 for the appellate court, she spent 8 months there: “…recently been confirmed to a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit. Barrett’s confirmation hearings had received considerable attention after Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee – most notably, Senator Dianne Feinstein of California – grilled her on the role of her Catholic faith in judging. Feinstein’s criticism did not stop Barrett from being confirmed, and since then there has been speculation that it may have in fact strengthened her case to fill the seat that will be vacated by the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy.”

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    • Hey Cavuto, Kennedy’s Catholicism WAS a big deal when he ran for POTUS. Have no idea why it matters, but apparently it does. I was raised Catholic and it was a big deal in my family when he became POTUS. But, in terms of the Supremes, I thought there already were Catholics on the court.

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        I can’t stand Cavuto …… he’s about the only reason I turn off FOX Biz.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        Yes, littleflower. Before Kennedy’s departure they were a majority on the Court. Don’t know about now.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Scalia’s brother is a Catholic priest.

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        • pnj01 says:

          So what there are already Catholics? She is not disqualified because Sonia Sotomayor is Catholic. NO RELIGIOUS TEST.

          As to Oldschool’s comment: it is Scalia’s son who is a Catholic priest.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            As long as no muslim is placed in our SC, who cares what their faith belief is as long as they KNOW OUR CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS and how to interpret laws and not make laws.

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      • pnj01 says:

        So what there are already Catholics? She is not disqualified because Sonia Sotomayor is Catholic. NO RELIGIOUS TEST.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          pnjo1, just because someone says they are Catholic doesn’t me they truly are: Pelosi for example. I have nothing I like about Sotomayor and since she is seriously ill and falling because of her Type 1 diabetes, she may be forced to retire as she has already lived far longer than most with Type 1 diabetes. Kagan is a nothing as far as I know and proves it in going against a lot of our Constitutional laws. Many of us would like to see Barrett appointed and we will see if and when McConnell will actually do what he has said – before the Nov. election. Old sick minded/and physically ill Ginsburg needs to be removed as sleeping away meaning her assistants are doing the work. I keep thinking one day very soon (after a female and Catholic is appointed to the SC would be a heart killer for her) she will appear to be dead in her seat but really just died in that seat.

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    • Walter Thomas says:

      Trump can go for the big fight or for a reasonably quick confirmation. My guess is that he goes for the quick confirmation of Kethledge and moves on.

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      • benifranlkin says:

        me too. Barrett will be all about Roe v Wade and that is all…so much more to worry about than abortion (btw first trimester abortion at least will always remain legal…for heaven sake u can buy it at the pharmacy).

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        • squattybody says:

          I disagree. There is nothing more important than the wholesale slaughter of babies that we do in this country. And then profit by selling the body parts! It’s disgusting and unholy. And even at that all I’m asking for is for it to become an issue for the states and not the federal government. But as long as it’s the law of the land AND we’re forced to spend tax dollars to support it, I feel God is going to limit us as a nation. With the sound of the crying of slaughtered babies going up to heaven, how can He do less?

          Hard for me to MAGA on when this is the subject…

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      • ezpz2 says:

        FWIW, Breitbart has a glaring headline that says:

        “#SCOTUS SHOCK AMNESTYRAY KETHLEDGE FRONTRUNNER”

        Maybe a head fake by POTUS or maybe a trial balloon…

        OR maybe the usual BB hysterics.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I stand by my tweet on June 30th that our President will select Amy Barrett as the next Supreme Court Justice. It is an absolute win win selection for a multitude of reasons.

      Richard Baris from PPD Polling also points out why Amy would be the right choice:

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  1. SW Richmond says:

    What an awesome statement. Strict Construction, please!

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    • GenEarly says:

      “Strict Construction” what a joke! The SooPreme Court was never intended to be the Final Arbiter of the Constitution.
      And “Case Law”, using a long train of precedent decisions was a ProgreSSive subversion from the early 1900’s. What happened to judging each case against the standard of the Constitution itself and not the long line of alterations in “case law”?
      Now we have a Supreme Legislature-Executive with 9 Oracles at Delphi Directly Governing almost 300 million people and ignoring 50 supine State Governments as well as a complicit Feral Government

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Now we have a Supreme Legislature-Executive with 9 Oracles at Delphi”

        …telling us that marriage is not what our Creator told us it is and the next day the abomination is instituted across the land. But the lower courts refuse to uphold the SCOTUS 2nd Amendment decisions in “Heller” and “MacDonald” and flaunt the high court without consequences.

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        • GenEarly says:

          Exactly! So finish the thought of “Why” does the SooPreme Court “tolerate” the Leftist District and Appellate Courts flaunting their authority on selected cases?
          The Feral Gov regardless of “Branch” is all Feral and controlled by their Deep State permanent bureacrazies.
          We are clearly in a CW and that it will go hot is not out of the question, especially after the mass assassination attempt at the Repub baseball practice. What will it take to shake off the public stupor?

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  2. littleanniesfannie says:

    Elections do, indeed, have consequences. Now let’s see if Senate Republicans do, indeed, have spines!!

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    • They do indeed have spines, we should all know that by now… they have the spine to block whoever they are told to by their globalist puppet masters and to he!! with Americans of our kind.

      They have all the spine in the world when it comes to following orders for millions.

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  3. Hillyard says:

    Only a total idiot could in anyway argue with the President’s rational for choosing the next Justice

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  4. fallingsnow says:

    Good, really, good …

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  5. ForGodandCountry says:

    Another Neil Gorsuch/Scalia justice, please!

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  6. TexasRanchQueen says:

    Sundance you are truly an American Treasure for American Patriots. You keep all of us Treepers so well informed on what is happening everyday with the latest/breaking news with all the facts. When I count my many blessings you indeed are on that list. I don’t know where you get all of your time and energy to do so, but “thank you” from my heart to yours.

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  7. alliwantissometruth says:

    Just wait until Ruth Bader Ginsburg suddenly wakes up, notices where she is & decides to call the nursing home

    Please President Trump, may we have another?

    Too bad Obama didn’t get the old leftist hag to retire years ago. Oh well, our gain

    YEEHAW!

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  8. magatrump says:

    God bless President Trump. Trust in Trump.

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  9. Kay123 says:

    Joan Larsen ….

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  10. Bill_M says:

    Nothing in that statement that a real American could disagree with.

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  11. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Yes. I’m glad the old hag has decided to hang on for so long. It virtually guarantees Trump will get to replace her. Thank you Ruthie!

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    • benifranlkin says:

      And PT will replace Ruth Buzzy with a conservative woman…just to poke a stick in the eye of the liberal loons from sea to shining sea….

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  12. Pat Frederick says:

    I am excited to hear who his nominee will be!
    I believe POTUS enumerated the best qualifications for ANY judge…not just a Supreme Court Justice.

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  13. Paul B. says:

    Just think, had we listened to George Will and others, we could have just watched Hillary announce Che Guevarra Jr.’s nomination as SC justice. What a lost opportunity! /s

    Meanwhile, Trump has kept, or is in the process of keeping, every single promise he made. When is the last time that was true of a national politician? Yet most of the never-Trumpers remain unrepentant – proof that much of the nation suffers from mass-psychosis. The man in the street has the media to blame; not so for these pseudo-conservative intelligentsia.

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  14. medspec53 says:

    We CAN NOT spare this man, he fights (for America, for Americans).

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  15. David says:

    Kethledge and Kavanaugh have republican cuck backgrounds and are not to be trusted. I believe that Barrett would be a solid choice and would be a political asset going into the future. Trump nominating a truly conservative woman raising six children and holding down a career makes it easier to get more women to vote for Trump in 2020. There has been plenty of damage from the “grab them” tape and the constant media trope that Trump is a misogynist that has to be overcome to get many women on the Trump train. Judge Barrett is another example that could be held up to refute the claims of Trump misogyny. She would also be a shining role model for young girls. Young women have many liberal role models but few powerful conservative role models. Women are in the majority at colleges of law and Barrett would be a role model for them also.

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    • singingsoul says:

      If the person President Trump chooses is good enough for him he/she will be good enough for me.
      Prayers and Blessings to President Trump

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    • Totally concur and am letting my thoughts be known via email. We all should…

      I’m for Barrett. A .50 caliber woman on the bench to offset the insane leftist kagan.

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    • Dutchman says:

      So, first woman Presidential campaign director, Kelly Conway.

      Has a woman as his spokesperson, Sarah Sanders.

      First to have a woman run a large construction project in NYC, way before anyone else.

      Could go on and on, but appointing a woman to Scotus is in any way going to stop the totally bogus ‘mysoginist’ attacks?

      Got absolutely no problem with whoever DJT nominates, just a problem with bogus arguments.

      “If you don’t love Trump by now, you are never never gonna love him, at all!”

      One simply has to LOOK at what he,has accomplished for EVERY CITISEN of the U.S.; Black, White, Pink or Purple, Male, Female or whatever.

      You either see it, or you don’t, and if you don’t see it by now, there is NOTHING he’s gonna do, to open your eyes.

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    • SJM says:

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      Frustrated in his efforts to uncover the truth, Associate Independent Counsel Miguel Rodriguez submitted his resignation letter to the Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.

      In a 30-page memorandum Rodriguez stated that he did not think Foster committed suicide at Fort Marcy Park and that park police staged the “suicide” placing a gun in Foster’s hand and re-photographing the crime scene.  Each page of the memo is initialed by Rodriguez and his assistant Lucia Rambusch.

      Featuring

      U.S. Attorney Miguel Rodriguez
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      Grand Jury Witness Patrick Knowlton

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  16. bessie2003 says:

    My bet is still on the one (out of the six pictured) that the press has not talked about at all; Amal Thapur.

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      “My bet is still on the one (out of the six pictured) that the press has not talked about at all; Amal Thapur.”

      Bessie, yes he is the out of the box, non Harvard / Yale trained and it would be interesting to see the reaction ( positive for sure ) from the Indian Community here in America. I don’t think the Fake News would know what to do with his nomination, however the fact that they are having a cow over Judge Barrett is reason enough for me to say bring it on! Watching their heads metaphorically explode like a Gallagher Watermelon when he was doing that comedy routine, would be worth it’s weight in gold. IMMIC, our VSGPDJT did better with white suburban educated women and that lead to the meme/guilt trip from HRC on down how did you let her down. Judge Barrett might find a great deal of support with that voting block, as they may relate to her, even thought they can’t vote for her, however their Senators have to say ya or nay. Calling in Support for Judge Barrett might be something to watch for

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    • Avi says:

      I like him, let Schuckie Shumah go after him it won’t look good. Trump has been going after the Indian vote and this may cement it.

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    • piper567 says:

      Bessie, I don’t know that I would bet on Thapur, but he’s my #1 choice also.

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    • guru1966 says:

      So, you’re saying that Thapur is a dark horse candidate?
      Sorry, y’all… that one just floated across the heart of the plate, and I had to swing.

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  17. Kavanaugh is who Anne Coulter favors so he is my choice. You can knock Anne on other issues BUT she is a serious writer on previous Republican cave in judges like the absurd David Souter.

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  18. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Hoping it will be Amul Thapar, another Catholic, born in Michigan, and guessing that Dinesh D’Sousa would agree. In any event have a great weekend mister president. M A G A

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  19. Pam says:

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Trump probably had the person picked 3 months ago when rumors of Kennedy retiring started to circulate.

      But everyone needs to see a dance, so the dance has been performed 🙂

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, why would he wait till now to pick.
        Now, I could see if something happened (a scandal with picked candidate for example) he would change his pick.
        But barring that, he would have had his favorite already. Just like we all did,

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  20. Ken Maritch says:

    Barrett or Bust!

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  21. I don’t trust the woman to stay conservative.

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    • Avi says:

      an old line Catholic with 7 kids might.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      What is it about her that leads you to believe she would stop ruling on the law and start ruling on the outcome desired??

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    • All any of them have to do is stay constitutional. It isn’t about their personal “interpretation”, it’s about “is it constitutional?”.

      As for trust, that’s a crap shoot with anybody these days… but given her past I don’t see her trying to legislate from the bench.

      And, anyone who cares as little about Stare Decisis as I do makes sense to me. There are plenty of unconstitutional rulings in this nation imho.

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    • mimbler says:

      Agreed. Not enough of a paper trail for me when we have people with more proven track records.

      And I don’t care about sex, religion, political beliefs, etc. I’d like someone with a proven record of just making decisions based on the law. That kind of person will make the right decisions and won’t change philosophies as they age.

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  22. H.R. says:

    Larsen… because nobody is talking about her.

    That’s my guess and that’s my reason. Everybody is just about all talked out on the others.

    I’ll wait ’til Monday and find out the actual nominee along with the rest of the country.

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  23. EbonyRaptor says:

    I prefer playing offense rather than defense, but I’m tempted to take a more defensive posture on the SCOTUS nominee because I don’t want to give the Left a rallying point to use. I would love to see Barrett get nominated and confirmed if for no other reason than to watch the Left’s heads explode, BUT, they will “Bork” her and make Roe-v-Wade the 24/7 news cycle story until the November election day. Right now, the Left has nothing – n-o-t-h-i-n-g – going for them and the momentum is all on our side. But, abortion is their holy grail and I would be fearful that some women who would vote Republican may be swayed by the “they’re going to takeaway women’s rights” narrative that will be in their face all day every day.

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    • SharkDiver says:

      The left will play that card regardless of who Trump nominates. The Republican majority, along with the vulnerable red state dems, will insure whoever he selects gets confirmed. And even if they were not confirmed, he could always resubmit them in January after the GOP picks up seats.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      Did the Left have any misgivings in upsetting Republican/Conservatives when they put far left judicial activists Breyer, RBG, Kagan, and Sotomayor on the SCOTUS?

      We should not comprise. The Left never does.

      I pray our President picks a reliable Originalist in the mold of Scalia.

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      • EbonyRaptor says:

        No of course not, but the Republicans/conservatives have never controlled the news cycle. We couldn’t inundate the public with propaganda the way the Left does.

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  24. History Teaches says:

    No matter who is nominated, you will see the same predictable wailing and hysterical gnashing of teeth from the usual suspects. Credentials won’t matter because any Trump endorsement is automatically demolished and systematically subject to personal attacks. It’s how the game is played.

    Republicans have also been partisan, but nowhere close to the same ideological extremism. That’s why many good faith (or uniparty ) sentiments ended up producing compromised results.

    But the Democratic Party has officially become detached from reality in their TDS madness. Chief Justice Earl Warren would have been subject to the same defamation had he been a Trump nominee.

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  25. Rick Coltrin says:

    That’s one of the biggest reasons I voted for him. That and he makes the left go absolutely bat dung crazy!!!!!

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  26. Dutchman says:

    Let them. Like every other tired horse they have trotted out, they will screw it up!
    Like the,Palestinians they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.

    Most Americans, including women, are no where near the dem position, which is moving to ‘even AFTER the child is born, for from 7-60 days, the mother can decide to retroactively abort.

    Let them run on defending unlimited abortion.

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  27. ristvan says:

    Ok, lets play the guess who the nominee will be game. Stick to the internet rumored ‘top four’: Hardiman (runner up to Gorsuch), Kavanaugh, Kethledge, and Barrett. All qualified by age, and presumably by Trumps clearly articulated basic criteria in the head post of this thread—else they would not be on his long list.
    BUT, there is also a long presidential SCOTUS selection tradition of seeking Scotus ‘balance’. (Except when FDR tried but failed to pack the court in 1937.) Originally this was mostly geographic as the country grew, but came to include factors like religion and race, but not—perhaps until recently— judicial philosophy and legal reasoning. That can be determined from published opinions, grounded in judicial clerkships after law school (like a residency after med school).

    Background for historical balance tests.
    Excluding retiring Justice Kennedy, 4 of the 8 are NY/NJ, one is the South (Clarence Thomas, SC) one from flyover country (Roberts, Indiana) and two from the ‘west’ (Gorsuch and Breyer). Argues for flyover country balance.
    All but one of the 8 graduated Harvard or Yale law (Ginsberg is Columbia). Argues for another of the several top law schools (having recruited from them, and depending on the criteria, there are between 10 and 15 truly top law schools). Hardiman is Georgetown, Kethledge is Michigan, Barrett is ND. All largely equivalent to Harvard and Yale (colleges, LSATs, professors, subsequent career success) except in brand name recognition.
    Of the 8, 4 are Catholic, 3 are Jewish, only 1 is protestant. (Gorsuch was raised Catholic but practices Episcopal). Balance argues Protestant.
    Trump consulted Kennedy on his replacement. Two of the four clerked for him so he knows and influenced their judicial philosophy: Kethledge and Kavanaugh. Balance argues Kennedyesgue philosophy.
    Only one candidate passes all four of these successive balance filters—Kethledge. Michiganer, Michigan Law, long opinion record to evaluate for legal reasoning and judicial philosophy, Episcopalian. Actually, the newish ‘Anglican’ branch which is More conservative than the more liberal emergent ‘American’ branch. Wiki has a good history of the recent Episcopal religious ‘differences’ emerging in the US Episcopal Church.
    I like that Trump is soliciting so much nomination input from so many (Schumer!!!). Gauging whether various nominees can pass the Senate, likely needing (given McCain absence) a few Dem senate votes. No one except Trump knows all that feedback or how he will process it.
    But my bet is on Kethledge for the factual apolitical balance reasons presented in this comment, all of which can be argued to the Senate. Nervous Treepers can readily acsess several summaries of Kethledge seminal opinions. I just read some to confirm my suppositions here before commenting.

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    • mimbler says:

      A well reasoned post.

      But, IMO we need to forget historical trends and just appoint the most strict constitutionalist available.

      When the libs get back in power; and they will, they will appoint the most liberal, activist judges they can find.

      They won’t be thinking about balance, and we shouldn’t either.

      IMO, if we look at anything other than ability and willingness to objectively interpret the law, we are like them in principle, and different only in matter of degree.

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      • ristvan says:

        Except that perspective might not pass Senatorial approval pre midterms. Add additional necessary variables to your calculus. If ‘purity’ loses, so do you—bigly.

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        • mimbler says:

          I take your point, I’m just not confident compromising buys a single vote.

          But if it does, then certainly I’m in favor of half a loaf over nothing.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      Very nice summary, ristvan, thank you.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      ristvan: I applaud your analysis, but respectfully disagree with your premise that assumes the selection will be considered on the basis of “balance.”

      Respectfully, do you think our President prioritizes judicial “balance” or prioritizes judicial philosophy?

      IMO POTUS is looking for an Originalist in the mold of Scalia without regard to the issue of “balance.”

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      • ristvan says:

        Well, POTUS has been very ‘balanced’ in most other things to date, Reciprocal trade. Merit borders. So why not on this issue also, given an historical ‘balance’ tradition?

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  28. superfly007 says:

    My bet is on Amy

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    • Liberty Forge says:

      All of the potential nominees are qualified. Otherwise, they would not be on the list — or even the expanded list of 25.

      Personally, I would love to watch the Liberals’ heads explode by the nomination of Amy Barrett — and not because she is more qualified than the others — but just to watch their heads explode.

      That, in and of itself, is not a good reason to nominate her.

      Still, the devious side of me would like that to happen.

      I am just being honest.

      There are many, many aspects about Amy Barrett that destroy their ‘talking points’.

      Someone who strictly adheres to the intent (as written) of the Constitution is an absolute must. So, regardless — meet that qualification, please.

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  29. Echo says:

    Let’s hope this is just making PDJT aware of what he already knows.
    Kethledge looks like he can be relied on by the cultural marxists to block the Wall if it ever gets to SCOTUS.
    Seems like a good DACA man also.
    Geeeez…..

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/06/scotus-frontrunner-raymond-kethledge-immigration-rulings/

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  30. Echo says:

    And it’s a worry that PDJT has some strangely acquired idea that Harvard and Yale are unique producers of quality. Please…
    Affirmative action racism abounds there, Obama and Pocahontas are two hilarious examples.

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  31. pnj01 says:

    THE BOTTOM LINE: Democrats are totally ashamed of their support for baby killing. Anyone with a remaining sense of right and wrong–no matter how far they have distorted it–would be. It really is so disgraceful a position to take. That is why they can’t stand the idea of a believing Catholic taking a seat on the court that they would rather fill with someone who also is as okay with the slaughter of the innocent as they are.

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    • MAJA says:

      A liberal was arguing that PDJT is putting someone health care in jeopardy. I asked him if he was pro abortion and therefore in agreement that women should have the right to murder their unborn children, he says he is a Christian, so this really puzzles me. He went on the attack using euphemisms (choice, heakthcare). I asked him to please focus his attacks on the act and not me. Such twisted logic.

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  32. ZurichMike says:

    Slightly off topic, but important to note: Trump’s confidence when speaking officially (as in this video clip) or at rallies (as in Montana). Think of the 24/7 barrage of negative media, negative tweets, ongoing Mueller witch hunt, lack of sustained, meaningful help from Congress, and the unglued, spittle-flecked hatred and violence of the left. He does not look or act frazzled, nervous, or defeatist. He exudes poise, confidence, and success.

    We know but a fraction of what he does about current events that seem to be going too slowly for our liking. But this is a man who knows when and howto strike his enemies. He’s not here to get along with his enemies. He’s here to annihilate them.

    MAGA.
    Stay the course.
    Keep your powder dry.

    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”
    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

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    • MS Idaho says:

      Yes, Zurich. That is what I have been trying to articulate. What action POTUS ultimately executes will be on HIS timeline, and will be unlike anything the swamp thinks will or could happen. Like my previous post about ‘what it was was football’ on another thread, we are prepared for what the MSM and the left tell us is happening or potential consequences, but we do not recognize what POTUS is actually doing.
      IMO it’s a little like my remembered description of GOD. He is not only greater than we imagine, he is greater than we CAN imagine.

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