Brett Kavanaugh Nominated As New Supreme Court Justice

President Trump nominated D.C. Court of Appeals Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy’s vacancy on the Supreme Court.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s judicial philosophy is straightforward – a judge should interpret the law, not make it. He has applied principles of textualism and originalism. President George W. Bush first nominated Kavanaugh to the D.C. Circuit on July 25, 2003 and he was eventually confirmed by the Senate on May 26, 2006, by a vote of 57-36.

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Christian Leaders React to Ford Allegations against Kavanaugh

Resistance Movement Targets Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Letter to Chairman Grassley (PDF)

Allegations Against Kavanaugh

Women Who Know Kavanaugh From High School (PDF)

Kavanaugh SCOUTS Confirmation Vote Nears (Podcast Audio)

The Kavanaugh Histrionics

Democrats Wage a Losing  Battle Over Kavanaugh

Democrats’ Howling Over Kavanaugh is a Case of Style Over Content

Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing Turns Into Outrageous Senate Circus

Kavanaugh’s Daughters Should Not Have To Watch Their Dad Being Bullied

Kavanaugh Hearing Begins Today

Kavanaugh on the Constitution

Kavanaugh’s Judicial Philosophy

SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Rehnquist Is Kavanaugh’s Judicial Hero

The Joseph Story Distinguished Lecture

Two Challenges for the Judge as Umpire:
Statutory Ambiguity and Constitutional Exceptions

Kavanaugh On Abortion:
Speech Gives Evidence Of Where He’d Stand on Roe vs. Wade

Official White House Statement: 
The President’s Nominee for the United States Supreme Court

From the Bench: The Constitutional Statesmanship of Chief Justice William Rehnquist: