President Donald Trump has been busy, quietly and behind the scenes, as the mainstream media focused on all of his tweets and the Russian connection. While they were distracted, our fearless leader has gone about the business of long-term change. Where is he doing that? The president is filling a long string of judicial vacancies that will now be manned by conservatives. How is he able to accomplish this? Two Senators get the nod in this piece, and you may be surprised at one of them. He also has a great staff who have a great plan. Read on.
As Written By Kimberley Strassel for the WSJ
Ask most Republicans to identify Donald Trump’s biggest triumph to date, and the answer comes quick: Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. That’s the cramped view.
The media remains so caught up with the president’s tweets that it has missed Mr. Trump’s project to transform the rest of the federal judiciary. The president is stocking the courts with a class of brilliant young textualists bearing little relation to even their Reagan or Bush predecessors. Mr. Trump’s nastygrams to Bob Corker will be a distant memory next week. Notre Dame law professor Amy Coney Barrett’s influence on the …read more
Source:: Allen West Republic