Resisting Trump's Supreme Court pick isn't worth Democratic Senate seats

  1. Resisting Trump’s Supreme Court pick isn’t worth Democratic Senate seats  San Francisco Chronicle
  2. This Week’s Biggest Stories in American Politics  New York Times
  3. Kavanaugh nomination, important for Trump, is not the end for women’s rights  The Hill
  4. I was Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh’s law clerk — Let me tell you about the man I know  Fox News
  5. What We Learn From Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings  Wall Street Journal
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Chicago man in Puerto Rico shirt incident due back in court

Chicago man in Puerto Rico shirt incident due back in courtA Chicago man charged with a felony hate crime after a video went viral showing him scolding a woman for wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with a Puerto Rican flag will return to court on Aug. 1 after his release on bond, authorities said on Friday. Timothy Trybus, 62, was arrested and charged with two counts of felony hate crime, upgrades on previous misdemeanor counts stemming from the June 14 incident, said Robert Foley, a spokesman for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. The incident made national headlines this week after a video on social media showed Trybus approaching a woman, identified as Mia Irizarry, as she stood near a picnic grove in Caldwell Woods, a recreational area in the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, a green belt that surrounds Chicago.


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Why Mich. senators won't confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

  1. Why Mich. senators won’t confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh  Detroit Free Press
  2. Booker seizes on Kavanaugh confirmation fight  The Hill
  3. Stabenow, Peters oppose Trump’s choice of Kavanaugh for high court  The Detroit News
  4. Liberals worried about the Supreme Court need reminding: It’s a court of law, not opinion  Los Angeles Times
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's views on executive power may stir controversy

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s evolving views on executive power through the last three presidencies are supported by mainstream conservatives, but they are viewed with suspicion by some who believe the presidency has grown more powerful than the Framers of the Constitution intended.

     

 

 


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