Tagged: Neil Gorsuch

Note to “Social Conservatives” On Property Rights

Earlier today, I posted a short essay on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s complete sellout of the principles of constitutional jurisprudence, in the form of his majority opinion on radically changing the meaning of the 1964 Civil Rights Act’s wording on sex discrimination in the workplace to “protect” voluntary sexual behavior, rather than merely biological sex, i.e., inborn reproductive traits. The crux...

Trumpanzees Fling Poo, Hit Selves Yet Again!

There is just nothing — nothing, zero, nada — to say in favor of voting for Donald Trump. There wasn’t in 2016 (although at least it was understandable when Hillary was looming), and there certainly isn’t today. I have already dealt with all the usual excuses and rationalizations too many times to recite them again here. Today, however, yet another of the standard...

Trump Benefits Bigly from Low Expectations

So President Trump has nominated a highly touted conservative judge for the Supreme Court, after all. “See,” his ardent idol-worshippers are gushing, “we told you he was a man of his word.” Well, that remains to be seen, as does whether being a man of one’s word still has any meaning when one has delivered so many contradictory, vacuous, and low-minded words. Nevertheless,...