The Democrats have a narrow window of opportunity and they know it.
Tagged: Supreme Court
It is unlikely that the Supreme Court will breezily dismiss a suit that is joined by 19 states.
Democrats are instinctively aware that their effectiveness as a political force is gravely wounded and they’re acting accordingly.
Christine Blasey Ford’s tardiness in bringing a sexual assault accusation – 36 years – coupled with Sen. Diane Feinstein’s tardiness in calling it to the attention of the Senate Judiciary Committee – is enough to raise the suspicions of even the least cynical among us.
Do Republican Never Trumpers despise Donald Trump so deeply that they would be willing to forgo the huge policy win that he made possible?
The first question in the third and final presidential debate was a real opportunity for Trump to remind us that the Supreme Court is perhaps the number one reason to choose him over Hillary.
Further litigation of same-sex marriage right now takes up precious bandwidth that could be used on issues we can still win.
As strongly as I oppose gay marriage I oppose the idea of a President Hillary Clinton more.
The truth be told, marriage today is at its core a financial arrangement and for most people a temporary one.
The healthcare debate springs from the false premise that only the government can ensure “access” to health care. Nothing that the Supreme Court said changes the fact that we are debating the wrong things.