|Recent articles on the Kavanaugh nomination. Click the headline to read the story:
Judge Kavanaugh has expressed staunch opposition to criminal investigations of sitting presidents.
For millions of evangelical Christians, President Trump's SCOTUS choice was the vision they held in their heads as they stepped into the polling booth almost two years ago.
Much of the debate over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh will center around the fate of
Roe v. Wade and the future of abortion rights in America.
The GOP hope a confirmation battle will galvanize voters on the right. Democrats are balancing their own energized liberal base against the political pressure on some red-state Democrats.
Trump has chosen a judge who equally appeals to his Establishment Republican supporters and his "base" of cultural conservatives anxious to turn back the clock on constitutional rights established over the last half-century.
Kavanaugh wrote that net neutrality was unlawful, siding with cable providers who want to censor what their customers could watch.
The GOP, Donor Network Back with Trump
The GOP have trembled in their support of Trump in recent weeks--whether because of his imposition of steep tariffs on Chinese goods, or his "zero tolerance" immigration policy. Now they are back with him.
He has argued "we should not burden a sitting president with civil suits, criminal investigations, or criminal prosecution."