SCOTUS Nominee Kavanaugh on Gun Control & the 2nd Amendment

SCOTUS Nominee Kavanaugh on Gun Control & the 2nd Amendment”

Kavanaugh takes a high-altitude approach, espousing broad constitutional principles. But their situations would be much worse if their votes were needed for confirmation. He could powerfully influence the country's legal agenda for decades.

Sasse says the strong politicization of Supreme Court nominees deeply concerns him.

Trump critics might argue that the other four judges don't have to be corrupt, just authentically conservative.

If confirmed by the Senate, Kavanaugh would help cement a rightward tilt on America's top court, potentially shaping many aspects of USA society for decades to come, including women's access to abortions. Plus, Flake's predecessor in the Senate, Jon Kyl, will be guiding Kavanaugh through the confirmation process.

Although reasonable minds may disagree on whether the differences are a feature or a bug, a review of Kavanaugh's Guantanamo record clearly shows just how much distance there is between him and Kennedy - and, as a result, just how much his confirmation would shift the court's center of gravity on these issues.

Kavanaugh's opinions reflect a well-developed approach to curtailing regulatory authority as well as narrowing individual civil rights.

Kavanaugh was greeted by Monsignor John Enzler, the president and CEO of Catholic Charities in Washington who has known the judge from the time he was an altar boy. If that number holds, the pressure on her to comply will be enormous.

He stressed that the "government has permissible interests in favoring fetal life, protecting the best interests of a minor, and refraining from facilitating abortion".

Most Democrats don't like the Kavanaugh nomination and would like to see a more moderate nominee.

Still, with gun control advocates mobilized following February's deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the court may instead take aim at more modest measures, like one that may be headed to the justices from New York City this fall.

Unless the Supreme Court chooses to step in, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has the last word in cases arising out of the detention or prosecution of noncitizens detained as "enemy combatants " at Guantanamo Bay.

Kavanaugh even name dropped Justice Elena Kagan in his remarks.

Kavanaugh dissented as the DC Circuit upheld the ACA's crucial mandate for individuals to buy insurance by 2014, asserting that it was too early to hear the controversy over a tax-related matter.

Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club, the nation's largest environmental group, said Kavanaugh "continually and reliably sides with corporate polluters and the wealthy over the public's right to breathe clean air and drink clean water". But, unlike presidents or members of Congress, Supreme Court justices do not have term limits - they serve until they resign or die. It is unlikely that Kavanaugh would land at the outermost pole of the court, where Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch, Trump's first appointee, have aligned.

If confirmed, his relatively modest means would rank Kavanaugh in the lower tier in personal finances among members of court.

The one would-be justice who would have brought a more diverse background to the court was Harriet Miers, a Texan with a law degree from Southern Methodist University and a close association with President George W. Bush.

Trump had not announced his selection Monday night before at least one Democrat, Sen.

While Collins has praised Kavanaugh's "impressive credentials", which include a dozen years as a federal judge, she said she would vote against any nominee who is "hostile" to Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that cemented the legality of abortions nationwide.

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