According to Minnesota, some parts of the Bill of Rights are more political than others.
What Senator Feinstein et al. see as an “abrupt and extremely troubling shift in policy,” the American people see as common sense.
The Constitution stipulates that a president’s Supreme Court nominations need the Senate’s “advice and consent,” not a roll-call vote.
By the end of June, the Supreme Court will hand down decisions in the remaining cases of its October 2012 term, including one of the most anticipated decisions involving the ...