- U.S.USA TODAY Opinion
While we vary about how to best interpret statutes and the Constitution, we agree on this: The nation could not ask for a more qualified candidate.
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Key Judiciary Republican says Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation shouldn't hinge on single issue
A key Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee argued Sunday that Judge Amy Coney Barrett's potential future on the nation's highest court shouldn't hinge on how she may rule in regard to "a single case," such as Roe v. Wade. "You know, only time can tell what will happen to any one precedent," Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, who supports Barrett's Supreme Court nomination, said on ABC's "This Week" Sunday. "In any event, you can't look at the confirmation of a Supreme Court justice and and boil down that jurist's contribution to the law, past and future, to what they might do with a single case," he continued.
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The speaker sent a letter emphasizing local races, in case a tie in the Electoral College requires state delegations to vote.
Some pundits continue to describe Texas a "deep red state," but at this point "light red" may be more accurate
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On a 'Fox & Friends' exclusive interview, Trump talks about how he is preparing for the debate.
- BusinessAssociated Press
The 56-year-old newsman, a Fox News original who joined that network at its start in 1996, says he's relishing the fresh start. Smith left more questions than answers upon his Fox exit, leaving others to speculate about why. “I built a career at Fox News and I have some deep friendships, ones that I'm going to keep forever,” he said.