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Linda Chavez: Excessive partisanship harmful to the U.S.

Linda Chavez: Excessive partisanship harmful to the U.S.

Hyperpartisanship is destroying American politics. The recent announcement that Democrats will filibuster Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch -- who is eminently qualified -- puts them on a dangerous collision course that jeopardizes the confirmation process itself.

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Jonah Goldberg: Many on leisurely drive down wrong road

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"We all want progress," C.S. Lewis wrote, "but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive."

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David Harsanyi:

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If Democrats want to filibuster President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, they're entitled to do it. In fact, Democrats are free to try and stop federal appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation for any reason they desire, whether ideological or personal, or even no real reason at all.