9 Takeaways From Day 1 of Barrett Confirmation Hearings

October 13 2020
Good morning from Washington, where Amy Coney Barrett will have her second day of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Sens. Joni Ernst and Marsha Blackburn chat with Tommy Binion about the first day's hearing, while Fred Lucas has a comprehensive round-up of the big moments from that first day. What's next? GianCarlo Canaparo shares what questions he hopes Barrett is asked. Plus: A report of ballot theft in California; unfair treatment of churches; and a look at the Trump administration's international policies. Sixty years ago today, Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy squared off for their third debate. But there was no handshake between the two men: Nixon was in Los Angeles, Kennedy was in New York, and the debate moderator was in Chicago.
9 Takeaways From Day 1 of Barrett Confirmation Hearings
By Fred Lucas

"Without Roe v. Wade, our country looks like people being denied the ability to make decisions about their own bodies," says Sen. Cory Booker.
Opening Day: Sens. Blackburn, Ernst on Barrett Hearing
By Tommy Binion

Sens. Joni Ernst and Marsha Blackburn share their inside perspective on the first day of hearings for Amy Coney Barrett.
'Natural Inheritor of Justice Scalia's Legacy,' Conservatives Say of Barrett
By Fred Lucas

"Just as the media treats conservative women differently, they are doing the same thing to Judge Barrett," says Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.
Managing America's Alliance System
By Luke Coffey

The United States now consciously seeks to compete actively with China across the military, security, diplomatic, and economic spectrum.
What to Watch for During Amy Coney Barrett's Senate Confirmation Hearings
By Virginia Allen

GianCarlo Canaparo, a Heritage Foundation legal fellow and co-host of the "SCOTUS 101" podcast, discusses what questions he hopes Senate Judiciary Committee members will ask Barrett.
Man Caught on Video Stealing Mail, Voting Ballots From California Mailboxes
By Andrew Trunsky

Video captured a man stealing absentee ballots while walking through a neighborhood in Escondido, California.
The Government's Unfair Treatment of Churches During COVID Pandemic
By David Closson

Worship services are prohibited or currently subject to unequal treatment (compared to nonreligious activities) in six states (California, Nevada, Virginia, Maine, New Jersey, and Connecticut).
ICYMI: 4 Women Who Clerked or Studied Under Her Share How They View Amy Coney Barrett
By Rachel del Guidice

These women all know Barrett firsthand. Now in exclusive interviews they share what Barrett is really like behind the scenes.

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