Roundup of links discussing the Gorsuch nomination

As you have doubtless heard by now, President Trump has nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch, of our very own Tenth Circuit, to fill the Supreme Court seat held by Justice Antonin Scalia until his death last February.

About five years ago I began a practice of reading every Judge Gorsuch opinion because they are so well-written. The impression I’ve formed of him is that he’s incredibly brilliant, impartial, serious, and devoted to the Constitution.

Here’s a roundup of links about this nomination. Naturally, conservatives are more enthusiastic about Judge Gorsuch than liberals (the latter probably disagree with Judge Gorsuch’s jurisprudence, and are unhappy with how Senate Republicans treated President Obama’s nominee, Judge Merrick Garland). But I’ll post links from all sides that I can find (if you know of any that I’ve missed and should include here, please e-mail me!):

Trump Nominates Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court by Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Mark Landler of the New York Times.

Trump picks Colo. appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court by Robert Barnes of the Washington Post.

Trump nominates Gorsuch to fill Scalia vacancy by Amy Howe at SCOTUSblog.

Neil Gorsuch: A Worthy Heir to Scalia by Ramesh Ponnuru in National Review.

Donald Trump nominates Colorado’s Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court by Mark K. Matthews, John Frank, and David Migoya in the Denver Post.

Why Liberals Should Back Neil Gorsuch by Neal Katyal in the New York Times.

Neil Gorsuch Is Not a Villain by Mark Joseph Stern at Slate.com.

Is It Payback Time For Blocking Merrick Garland? by Kevin Drum in Mother Jones.

Neil Gorsuch, Elite Conservative by Prof. Noah Feldman at Bloomberg.com.

Numerous posts about Gorsuch by Ed Whelan at National Review’s Bench Memos blog.

And here’s a list of other links of to reactions by people and organizations, in support of and opposition to the nomination, posted at SCOTUSblog.

 

 

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