James O’Keefe, Andrew Grossman & Julie Donaldson on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.28.2020


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What Kind of Judge Is Amy Coney Barrett? (WSJ)

It speaks volumes that the early opponents of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation have almost nothing to say about the work that has defined her career. Her scholarly and judicial writings place her at the center of the mainstream consensus on the judge’s role as an arbiter, not a lawmaker, who abides by the duty to enforce the law as written.

“A faithful judge resists the temptation to conflate the meaning of the Constitution with the judge’s own political preference,” she wrote in a 2017 article, shortly before she took… [Read More]

Why Left-Wing Feminists Hate Amy Coney Barrett (National Review)

Amy Coney Barrett, a judge on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, has accepted Donald Trump’s nomination to the Supreme Court. If confirmed, this highly accomplished jurist, professor, and former clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia will be the only mother on the Court and the first mother of school-aged children to serve as a Supreme Court [Read More]

 

Washington Football Daily 9/28: Ron Rivera Has Been ‘Very Pleased’ With The Rookie Class So Far (Washington Football Team)

Chase Young was viewed as one of the best defensive prospects in recent memory, and he met those expectations during his first two games by leading the Washington Football Team with 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble. And while he left Sunday’s loss to the Browns with a groin injury, head coach Ron Rivera said the No. 2 overall pick has been “everything that we thought he would be.”

Young has been far from the only impressive rookie, though, several of whom Rivera highlighted in Monday’s videoconference. “The young class really has got our attention,” he said. “I’m very happy about it. I’m very pleased with the effort that we’re getting in terms of their growth.” [Read More]

Trump renews call for pre-debate ‘drug test’ (The Hill)

President Trump on Sunday again suggested that he and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should be tested for drugs before the upcoming debate between the two candidates.

Trump, who has sought to make Biden’s age and mental agility an issue in the campaign by suggesting he has dementia, has baselessly accused Biden of having used drugs to improve his public performance. [Read More]

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