Tag: judicial appointments

Mike Pence, CPAC 2018

Pence Wows CPAC with ‘Promises Made, Promises Kept’

Vice President Mike Pence thrilled the assembled throngs at CPAC near the nation’s capital in a speech addressing the full range of conservative issues, declaring that “2017 was the most consequential year in the history of the conservative movement,” and that President Donald Trump’s administration is just getting started on judges, the economy, and empowering American families.

CWA President Penny Nance: ‘Politics Is Downstream from Public Opinion’

“We can all become Benedictine monks,” or “we can clear our throats, we can lean forward, we can have a conversation with our neighbors and we can try to do something practical to protect ourselves and to lead our country forward” Concerned Women for America CEO and President Penny Nance told the Breitbart News Sunday listening audience and host Matthew Boyle in response to last week’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court to force homosexual marriage in all 50 states.

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Lawyers Grumble as Brown Appoints Another Young Obama Yalie to Bench

California lawyers are complaining after Gov. Jerry Brown announced the appointment of yet another young Yale Law School graduate with little more than Obama administration experience to the state’s appellate bench. “Baker is only 37 years old and has no judicial experience. So, he would be a typical Brown appointee to the appellate bench,” wrote legal columnist Roger M. Grace in the Metropolitan News-Enterprise in December 2014–an opinion he has since reiterated.