There is not nearly as much at stake in filling Scalia's seat as both sides seem to think.
While the Nevada governor is a moderate Republican, that is a relative term.
An early 1980s article on regulatory reform from the late justice is worth revisiting.
Let the process play out as it was drafted by the founders of the Constitution.
Working with Senate Republicans, the president could nominate a caretaker justice.
Why do Senate Republicans suddenly have the backbone to oppose any Obama Supreme Court nominee? Thank Trump.
Merrick Garland's decision against DC voting rights should be a disqualifying factor.
Focusing on the Supreme Court and social issues in the general election will hurt the GOP.
The next appointment can reverse the court's business-oriented trend and voters need to connect those dots.
Actually, not a lot. In the end, the public politics will decide what happens.