Why Judge Neil Gorsuch is Just What We Need

Neil Gorsuch, a Judge on 10 Circuit Appeals Court has been nominated by President Trump to be the next Supreme Court Judge. Judge Gorsuch has all the markings of a great Constitutionalist Judge. He will be deserving of our support. President Trump has delivered on another campaign promise. 

As Written By Andrew Walker for The Federalist:

Tonight, President Trump rewarded social conservatives and delivered on his campaign promise by nominating Neil Gorsuch, a Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, to the United States Supreme Court.

By his record, social conservatives have much to applaud and gain at the prospect of Neil Gorsuch taking a seat on our nation’s highest court.

Who is Neil Gorsuch, and where does he stand on issues important to social conservatives?

Gorsuch, 49, was appointed to the 10th Circuit in 2006 by George W. Bush. His nomination generated little controversy, and he was confirmed with a voice vote by the U.S. Senate. A graduate of Columbia, Harvard Law, and Oxford, he is praised for his eloquent legal prose, intellectual gifts, and is heralded by conservatives for his textualist and orginalist interpretations of the Constitution. It is no surprise that his appointment fills the vacuum left by Justice Antonin Scalia’s death.

Gorsuch has garnered significant praise from Robert P. George, the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University and arguably the nation’s most influential social conservative intellectual. On Facebook, George issued the following praise for Gorsuch: “He would be a superb Supreme Court justice. He is intellectually extremely gifted and is deeply committed ……

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Social Conservatives Should Rally Around Neil Gorsuch

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