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What Trump's Supreme Court List (and Hillary Clinton's Reaction to It) Tells Us

Donald Trump took an important step Wednesday in his quest to convince conservatives that, if elected president, he will deliver on the issues they care about.

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Grassley on Solid Ground in Denying Hearing for Obama High Court Nominee

Each of the three branches of the federal government was meant to be equal and serve as a check on the others. That’s what the framers of the Constitution intended when they gathered in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787. They had a unique perspective on the type of government needed to protect individual freedom, having fought for independence from a tyrannical king.

04/26/2016
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FreedomWorks Praises Chuck Grassley for Resolve in Supreme Court Fight

FreedomWorks today praised Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) for resisting a coordinated effort by liberal groups to pressure him into holding hearings and votes on President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.

04/08/2016
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FreedomWorks Thanks Roy Blunt for Standing with Grassroots Conservatives

FreedomWorks today thanked Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) for declining to meet with President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee and supporting the position of its community of grassroots conservative activists. FreedomWorks believes that meetings with the nominee plays into the hands of the White House and opens the door to hearings and votes.

04/07/2016
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Senator Collins, Conservatives Don't Just Disappear Because Your Eyes Are Shut

Following a statement made by Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) on the Supreme Court, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

04/05/2016
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Senate Republicans Willing to Meet with Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee Are Playing With Fire

Following a report that as many as 17 Republican senators plan to meet with President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

04/01/2016
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FreedomWorks Responds to Jerry Moran: No Hearings, No Votes

Following comments made by Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) at a town hall event, in which he said that the Senate should consider President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon said:

03/25/2016
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FreedomWorks to Joe Biden: You Can’t Walk Back Comments About Supreme Court Nominee in Election Year

Following a speech by Vice President Joe Biden at Georgetown Law Center, in which he attempted to distance himself from his June 1992 remarks urging then-President George H.W. Bush not to name a Supreme Court nominee in an election year, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

03/24/2016
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Tell Your Representative: Support the Loudermilk Letter Encouraging Senate's Stand on SCOTUS Nominees

With Justice Scalia’s death leaving a gaping hole in our nation’s highest court, Senate Republicans have only one clear choice. In the midst of a highly charged presidential election, far better to let voters choose who should appoint our next Supreme Court justice than fight a bloody and fully partisan battle with President Obama over shifting the ideological balance of SCOTUS. So far, Republican leaders in the Senate have been very clear that they agree with this assessment, vowing that they will neither hold hearings nor votes on any nominee to replace Scalia this year.

02/23/2016
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Recess Appointments: Is the Court in Danger?

With the sudden, unexpected passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, the entire political world is in an uproar over the future of the Supreme Court. Democrats, as is to be expected, want president Obama to push through a nominee before he leaves office in January, fearing that a Republican victory in the presidential election will cost them a chance to shift the balance of the Court to the left. Meanwhile, Republicans appear determined to block any nomination this year, hoping that a Republican president in 2017 will be able to fill Scalia’s seat with a similarly-minded Justice. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already stated that he does not intend to hold a vote to confirm any Obama nominee.

02/16/2016

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