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Democrats Settle on Watered Down Articles of Impeachment

Townhall Review – December 14, 2019

Hugh Hewitt and Senator Ted Cruz discuss the likely impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with National Review’s David Harsanyi and retired Marine Colonel Ollie North about the Inspector General Horowitz report and Impeachment.

Kevin McCullough and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Kimberley Strassel talk about this impeachment controversy

Dennis Prager opines on Time Magazine’s obsession with climate change.

Sebastian Gorka and actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo talk about how their conservatism has affected their Hollywood careers.

Larry Elder rips Congressman Al Green’s latest statement on reparations and slavery.

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Lanhee Chen: The Court Legacy for the Trump Era

The United States Senate confirmed President Trump’s 150th judicial nominee last week, marking what Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina called a “historic milestone.”

Indeed, of all the accomplishments that President Trump and Republicans in the Senate will be remembered for, none may be as significant as the remaking of the federal judiciary. President Trump has nominated, and the Senate has confirmed, judges who will respect the rule of law and interpret the Constitution faithfully.

Amongst Trump’s nominees who have been confirmed are two Supreme Court justices; 43 Appeals Court judges; and over 100 District Court judges. These numbers are staggering. But perhaps even more noteworthy is the number of judges who are young enough to serve on their respective courts for a very long time. President Trump hasn’t just altered the federal judiciary temporarily, but has remade it in a way that will have staying power for decades to come. That’s an accomplishment that he—and Senate Republicans—should be proud of.

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