What ‘court-packing’ is – and isn’t

The SCOTUS nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett brought up an inside baseball term that needs defining. “Court-packing” is NOT a duly elected president filling a vacant seat as duty demands. Court-packing is adding judicial seats — by one political party — where justices serve in perpetuity. It ensures the packing party has decades of unilateral ideological control. Every candidate for president has a moral obligation to explain it truthfully to the American people while stating personal intent.

Klukowski: Schumer Threatens the National Archives with a Lawsuit

8/17: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's threats to sue the National Archives for not providing records on Brett Kavanaugh.

Key Facts for Gorsuch Confirmation Fight

As senators prepare to vote on the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday highlighted several key facts to the public to inform the nationwide discussion as the Senate increasingly appears headed to a historic outcome one way or the other.

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