‘But Gorsuch’ Is Still Trump’s Best Argument

President Trump shakes hands with Judge Neil Gorsuch after he was sworn in as an Associate Supreme Court in the Rose Garden of the White House, April 10, 2017. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)
There is no “winning” in politics, after all, there is just the constant struggle.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T his week, the Supreme Court struck down a Montana constitutional provision barring religious schools from benefiting from the state’s tax dollars. There are similar now-unconstitutional laws on the books across the nation — many of them borne of anti-Catholic bigotry — that subvert religious liberty and further empower government, rather than parents, to make educational choices for their kids. In most cases, those laws are now dead.

Some of us happen to believe that this development is more consequential than another tax cut or better trade policy. For us, school choice and the meaningful protection of religious liberty are non-negotiable. Would

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