Supreme Court

How Catholics Swung the Electoral College to Donald Trump: Part 3 of 3

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
The results of our campaign to turn the Catholic vote away from Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump speak for themselves. In the top four battleground states Trump won Wisconsin (where 31 percent identify as Catholic) by 22,177 votes. In Pennsylvania (where 27.4 percent identify as Catholic) Trump won by 67,416 votes. In Florida (where 26 percent identify as Catholic) Trump won by 134,000 votes and in Michigan (where 23 percent identify as Catholic) Trump won by 10,704 votes.

Schumer threatens filibuster if Trump doesn't pick 'mainstream' court candidate

Jessie Hellmann, The Hill

Incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Sunday that Democrats would filibuster Donald Trump's Supreme Court candidates if they are not "mainstream." "If he doesn't nominate a mainstream candidate, we're going to go at him with everything we've got ... Because this is so, so important," Schumer said on NBC's "Meet the Press."

This Woman Should Be Trump’s First Supreme Court Pick

Jake Curtis, National Review

All of those named on Donald Trump's Supreme Court list should contribute to a sense of optimism among liberty-loving legal conservatives. But Wisconsinites are rightly hoping that the conservative Cheesehead Revolution could extend to the courts, too, with the nomination of Judge Sykes to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Should Donald Trump Appoint Ted Cruz Attorney General?

The idea that President-elect Trump would invite Ted Cruz into his administration to help solidify the conservative – populist coalition that elected him, while bringing one of America’s brightest conservative thinkers and best legal minds into his Cabinet makes perfect sense. Please take our CHQ poll and tell us what you think: Should Donald Trump Appoint Ted Cruz Attorney General?

Here Are The Early Favorites For Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee

Kevin Daley, Daily Caller

Judge Raymond Kethledge of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is presently the narrow favorite of participants in the FantasyJustice tournament, followed closely by Judge William Pryor of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Justice Don Willett of the Texas Supreme Court, Judge Diane Sykes of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Ted Cruz round out the top five.

Justice Thomas Speaks

Matthew Continetti, Washington Free Beacon

Clarence Thomas needs to speak more. Not for his benefit. For America’s. This is the justice’s twenty-fifth year on the Supreme Court. He is famously reticent. Not only on the bench, where in February he shocked the media by asking a question during oral argument for first time in a decade, but also in public life.

FedUp PAC Launches Unprecedented Catholic Voter Outreach

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
This election is winnable.  It is close enough to be turned around overnight.  The key to shifting the Catholic vote in Trump’s favor is to reach individual Catholics, and Catholic women with specific information and facts the media has not reported.  And through FedUp PAC there is a way to do that.

Cruz: Precedent exists for keeping Supreme Court short-staffed

Mark Hensch, The Hill

When asked about taking up Supreme Court nominees under a Hillary Clinton presidency, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said history shows the Supreme Court can function with fewer than nine justices. Cruz added voters need a “check and balance” on the presidency, regardless of whether Clinton or Donald Trump wins on Election Day.