Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Judie Brown: "Neil Gorsuch, the Constitution, and the culture of death"

Judie Brown column

Judie Brown
Judie Brown
March 28, 2017

The culture of death will stop at nothing to bleed the morality from society. It is our job to ensure that the culture of life prevails.

Judge Neil Gorsuch is facing the same sort of opposition that Judge Robert Bork (1927-2012) confronted in 1987. Judge Bork's nomination
Reagan in the White House private quarters wit...
Reagan in the White House private quarters with Robert Bork (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
was defeated, not because of his qualifications, but because of his "judicial philosophy and temperament." 

Today, Gorsuch appears to be receiving the same sort of hostility from those who cannot tolerate judges who read and understand the Constitution. The only difference between the Bork scenario 30 years ago and Gorsuch's today is that the vehemence of those vested in the culture of death is far more hostile.

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