CBN News' Jennifer Wishon addressed that question and more on The 700 Club.
This is day one of the confirmation hearing for Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Preparing for a Senate showdown requires focus, intense research and looking your best. After the event with senators and progressives in front of the court last week, volunteers and staff delivered petitions with over a million signatures, they said, urging senators from both parties to oppose Gorsuch's nomination.
Last month, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said he was "confident" that Gorsuch would get the 60 votes necessary for confirmation. "Now they're arguing that the Senate should rubber-stamp their nominees selected by extreme interest groups and nominated by a president who lost the popular vote by almost 3 million votes".
The most consistent message from Democrats, however, has been to claim that Gorsuch will not be able to be an independent check on the president who nominated him.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus has said that Mr Gorsuch is a judge with "the vision of Donald Trump".
Gorsuch has quietly made the rounds of Senate offices and mostly avoided controversy. Today, he'll have the chance to speak for himself when he's grilled by members of the Senate judiciary committee at his confirmation hearing.
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Grassley has said he expects "high interest" in his committtee's hearing this week. Ms Perry explained that even ardent Democrat, Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy had voted several times for Republican nominees for the Court.
"I can just hear the cries of protest, accusations that he favors certain parties and is hostile to others, and threats of filibuster", he said, revealing that is the circuit court record of Justice Sonia Sotomayor as Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.
Democrats will also use the hearing to go after Trump's early actions such as his travel ban for people from seven - then revised to six - majority-Muslim countries, which has been blocked by federal courts from coast to coast.
Ms Perry mentioned that was not the case with Justice David Souter was seen as a "stealth nominee" because of his lack of federal judicial experience and absence of many published legal opinions.
"The Democrats have been the majority; they're in the minority. This is basically the deliberative part of government which makes us unique", he continued. Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner, the delegation from Gorsuch's home state of Colorado, will introduce the judge.
"The seriousness with which the judge asked us to consider these realities reflected his desire to make us aware of them, not any animus against a career or group", he wrote.
Many evangelical leaders are excited that the president followed through on a pledge to appoint a pro-life justice. And others will use the hearings to raise concerns about the direction of the Roberts Court in the Trump Era, given the large array of critical issues that could soon come before SCOTUS, including some that were stalled a year ago due to a deadlocked Court awaiting Scalia's replacement. That will change this week as the hearings give Democratic senators a chance to press Gorsuch on issues like judicial independence, given Trump's attacks on the judiciary, as well as what they view as Gorsuch's own history of siding with corporations in his 10 years on the bench.
His brother Nelson served as governor of NY and US vice president while another brother, Winthrop, served as governor of Arkansas. David graduated from Harvard University in 1936 then earned a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.
But scientific studies have found Meals on Wheels programs are effective in improving nutrition among the elderly. Five organizations administer the Meals on Wheels program in the Houston area , including Interfaith Ministries.
This new film, directed by Dean Israelite , arrives this week (March 24). "She hasn't fully figured it out yet", he said. One character assumes she's having "boyfriend problems", but later realizes she's actually having "girlfriend problems".
The Obama White House repeatedly denied having any involvement in the drafting of or planning for the resolution. In 2006, 60 percent of the country-specific resolutions passed by the HRC were against Israel.
Manchester City and Liverpool ran rampant on each other for 90 minutes as penalty decisions and missed chances meant a 1-1 draw. One goal a year", he said with a smile. "All the rest must fight with everything they have until the end of season".
Writing for The Federalist, Nicole Russell argued that being pro-life and pro-limited government is a consistent position. The Daily Caller reported last week that Lahren is considering parting ways with the Blaze "in September if not sooner".
With Pujara resuming his batting, a frustrated Steve Smith could just offer a chuckle and walked back to his position. Handscomb's best previous score in the series had been 24 but he was completely composed during his unbeaten knock.
Maybe this is just the fanboy in me who's been waiting more than a decade for this movie talking, but. this is a flawless poster. Stephen King's The Dark Tower is the most ambitious and expansive story from one of the world's most celebrated authors.
The total Business of Badrinath Ki Dulhania stands at Rs 88.77 crore (887.7 million) nett approx. "India biz. This includes Rs 30 crore as its cost of production and Rs 10-15 crore for promotions and advertisements.
Battle for Labour's future is about to intensify
She accused the deputy Labour leader of being part of an "unprecedented pattern of interference" in the Unite leadership contest. He also took aim at Mr Lansman's focus on party control rather than helping Labour win the next General Election.
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Pitney Bowes Inc. (PBI) have shown a high EPS growth of -25.20% in the last 5 years and has earnings decline of -74.80% yoy. The company reported revenue of $986 million in its fourth quarter of 2016, which was up 6% from the same time past year .
Egypt's president to visit Washington in April
The bilateral relations between Egypt and the USA have warmed since Trump took office in January. The upcoming visit will be the first for Al-Sisi to the USA since he took office in 2014.