The Republican Lawyer - Spring 2019

Welcome to the spring 2019 edition of The Republican Lawyer Newsletter.  In this edition:

  • RNLA President David Warrington writes about the Democrats attacking Attorney General Bill Barr, delaying President Trump's nominees, and how the 2020 election has begun. 
  • The RNLA has a blog post series profiling 2020 Democratic hopefuls' views on judges, the judiciary, and the rule of law.
  • A lot is happening at the RNLA right now, from new staff hires to increased social media activity to outreach to law students - read more here

RNLA Tracks the Democrat Candidates for President on Judicial Matters

The RNLA has started a project of tracking the declared 2020 Democratic Party Presidential candidates' views on judicial nominations and judicial philosophy.  Below is a list of the first group that we have surveyed so far, with more to be added in the coming months.  Suffice it to say, we have found the Democrats' views on judicial matters far outside the mainstream.  They show a troubling desire to politicize justice with a wide variety of political “litmus tests.”  What is worse is ideas that were once outside even the liberal mainstream, such as court packing, are gaining relevancy with some candidates. 

Click below to check out each candidate's views:

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President's Message for Spring 2019

As we look toward the summer of 2019, the 2020 presidential election is in full swing. President Trump’s re-election campaign is laying the groundwork for another Trump victory, and the 22 – and growing – Democratic hopefuls are trying to distinguish themselves from the others, often by embracing radically progressive policies.

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What's New at RNLA

We have some new staff and programs dedicated to better serving our members. We are also continuing to work to keep our members up to date on the status of the confirmation of President Trump’s outstanding judicial nominees and working to train our members to ensure for open, fair, and honest elections.

Meet the New Staff
Social Media
Special For Law Students

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