A century ago, the Suffragettes finally succeeded in winning the right to vote for women. They would be thrilled to see the nomination of a woman so uniquely qualified to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court as Judge Amy Coney Barrett, were they alive today. It’s easy to imagine them storming the streets of America and urging that Judge Barrett be confirmed, and by a wide margin.
Conservative leaders celebrated the “historic” confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett following her confirmation ceremony Monday night. The United States Senate voted to officially confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court Monday night
Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden drew almost immediate fire from both the right and the left on Thursday after he suggested in a new interview that if elected he would move to set up a blue-ribbon commission to take a look at overhauling the U.S. court system.
Conservative non-profit groups plan to spend about $30 million by month’s end advocating Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to people familiar with the activities.