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Gorsuch Proves a Solid Conservative on Court's Final Day


President Trump's first appointee to the Supreme Court showed himself to be an unabashed defender of constitutionalism.

While there were no retirement announcements at the Supreme Court, conservatives hope that the much-predicted departure of Justice Anthony Kennedy will soon pave the way for President Trump to put a dependably constitutionalist -- or "textualist" if you will -- majority on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 1930's.

That hope, however, depends entirely on the proposition that President Trump can be relied upon to put conservative justices on the Court. That proposition got a big boost from the record of Justice Gorsuch on the final day of the term...

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