From an interview with Delaware Democratic senator Chris Coons:

COONS: [Blah, blah, blah, Gorsuch is a conservative!]

MARTIN: He’s a conservative. I mean, I think he — no one would deny that. He’s been nominated by a Republican president. It’s worth pointing out though that even people who are left-leaning say this is a guy with integrity, that this is a guy who’s not a partisan. Neal Katyal, former acting solicitor general under President Obama, said as much.

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Marriage

March 27, 2013

I think this video strikes a reasonably good balance:  It tries to present a lot of the (pretty abstract) arguments for the traditional definition of marriage; at the same time, it tries to be brief and engaging for a general audience.

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Yuval Levin at National Review Online reviews some of the practical effects of yesterday’s Supreme Court decision:

Combined, these two rather arbitrary acts of revision mean that if the CBO reassesses the law’s effect on the number of Americans without insurance (which it certainly will do) using the same methods it used originally, it is likely to find a much smaller reduction in the uninsured.

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