Know a Nominee: Tiffany Cunningham to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals

Do you support or oppose Cunningham’s nomination?

  • 1,714
    Lesley
    07/23/2021

    You rubber stamped every incompetent lunatic that Dolt 45 wanted. You no longer have any credibility. So now that there are intelligent choices being made, you have a problem with that? No credibility whatsoever.

  • 1,271
    justiceforamerica
    07/23/2021

    No - political

  • 388
    Sharon
    07/22/2021

    I think the blocking of President’s nominations is a dereliction of duty that places the national security of our country, other countries, and human life at risk. Unspeakably lacking in integrity. “Six months after Biden's inauguration, just six State Department candidates have been confirmed on the Senate floor. Some 60 nominees have been awaiting confirmation for months. Now Cruz has effectively stopped the Senate from voting on senior department nominees unless Democrats take the time-consuming steps needed to overcome a filibuster for each nomination, leaving around a dozen offices without confirmed leadership. With violence in Afghanistan escalating and the risk of a Taliban takeover looming, the Bureau of Central and South Asian affairs is led by an acting assistant secretary. With twin crises in the US' backyard destabilizing Cuba and Haiti, as the administration wrestles with an increasingly aggressive China -- accusing it of devastating ransomware attacks -- and as the White House confronts a recalcitrant Iran, all the bureaus that handle those regions are also staffed by interim leaders… Republicans privately admit they are slow-walking State Department nominees to squeeze concessions from the administration… The final weeks in July will be critical in determining just how dire this situation becomes, officials at the State Department explained. If nominees don't get votes before the senators leave for their summer break, it is unlikely that any of them will be able to start their jobs until sometime in the fall. As the Senate Foreign Relations Committee processes more nominations -- holding a hearing for three more State Department candidates on Tuesday -- more nominees are piling up in the queue to go to the Senate floor, along with other nominations, including judicial appointments.“ https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/21/politics/cruz-state-department-nominations/index.html

  • 1,479
    Bonn77
    07/22/2021

    David, equability is long gone with what McConnell and Trump did to the Supreme Court.

  • 41.9k
    jimK
    07/18/2021

    It is really refreshing to see Presidential nominated judges who are both qualified and experienced. As opposed to the Republican Faction’s nominees who were all nominated by the Federalist Society and rubber stamped by the Republican Senate strictly on the basis of how ‘right leaning’ their judgements or publications have been - despite being broadly opposed by the ABA based on credentials or lack of suitable experience . … … … I can’t think of anyone who voted for the Federalist Society or any of it’s shell organizations who have picked Republican Faction judicial nominees, cultivated them, supported litigants who have conservative issues make their way up to the Supreme Court, fund Republican State AG’s to write amicus briefs, and arrange for their sponsored judges to hear the ‘right’ cases. The Federalist Society is run like a mob and funded by wealthy right wing donors to tailor the courts to their liking. I consider their operations to be about as Anti-American as anything can be. … … … What they do is carefully hidden by shell organizations which are legally separate but share common administrative people and are co-located on common properties with the same mailing addresses. It may not be illegal but it is definitely unethical and immoral. If they did not realize how unethical they are, why would they need to quietly hide the shell organizations that pump funds into the system to cultivate their judicial picks and get conservative issues elevated through the system.

  • 3,039
    Dorothy
    07/19/2021

    @Sharon TX abortion and vigilante tactics are right out of the Nazi playbook. Neighbor against neighbor

  • 25
    Mary
    07/20/2021

    What exactly have the federal judges that were appointed and approved under Trump’s administration for the Supreme Court done for the Republican Party. Absolutely nothing. They certainly didn’t give Trump any attention or grant any favors. Are three all highly educated and intelligent,

  • 388
    Sharon
    07/19/2021

    Texas’ new abortion law is really chilling. Not only is it now the state legislature reaching into a woman’s body, but they want neighbors, co-workers - heck, even someone on a bus overhearing a conversation - to do it, too. A woman’s body is not public property. Yet, this Texas law encourages ANYBODY to inform on a woman and financially pays them for it. This is repulsive and incredibly misogynistic. Women have and continue to be treated as property and objects for centuries. On the surface, women in America have won more recognition of their value and right to self-determination, but on a deeper level not much has changed. For example, we are told that people aren’t going back to work because of extended unemployment benefits. That is an easy and simplistic explanation that disrespects further people who take government assistance. The facts are (1) women are disproportionately more of the population that is out of work related to the pandemic; (2) childcare and household responsibilities still fall most heavily on women; and (3) childcare costs are so high that they consume more than a parent can make at a job - especially the kind of low pay, no benefit service jobs that restaurants, small retail, and hotels complain they can’t fill. Maybe if our society started reducing its shallow, cosmetic support for equality and the independent value of women by equalizing pay, stepping up to support childrearing, removing the bias against women’s capabilities in STEM fields, discriminating against women of child-bearing age with respect to hiring and advancement, preferencing men in higher positions over equally-qualified women, removing barriers to work for pregnant women, among other things, our society would not tolerate laws that objectify women’s bodies or otherwise infantilize them. How would we respond if it was men who and whose decisions about their bodies were subject to monitoring and reporting on by anyone who knows nothing except that the man’s behavior went against someone’s religious beliefs? Maybe we should encourage non-drinking Baptists to report a man’s observed or discussed drinking to excess and sue bartenders, bar owners, liquor distributors, delivery companies and drivers, liquor makers, and liquor bottlers, etc, etc, as well as promising those Baptists a reward for successful lawsuits. After all, the violated their religious beliefs. And, the loss of life - killing of an innocent - is a consequence of the man’s behavior if an accident happens. https://www.texastribune.org/2021/05/18/texas-heartbeat-bill-abortions-law/

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    DawnaB
    07/19/2021

    She has enough education and experience in court laws & procedures to be placed in this position. She has my vote 100%!!!

  • 1,479
    Bonn77
    07/19/2021

    Seems like a very well qualified person having bipartisan support.

  • 2,468
    HockeyGuy
    07/19/2021

    @Carina; ABSOLUTELY nothing intelligent or good comes out of the lies you write. Typical Trump bitch who gets a thrill listening to Trump tell how he can do anything to women, and wishing it was you! Wow, what a hero you have!!!

  • 503
    Mrcaptdrnuts
    07/19/2021

    Still appointing?! The world is on fire and attacking climate change should be in the crosshairs of everyone.

  • 289
    COLLEEN
    07/19/2021

    Sounds like a great nominee given her background and experience.

  • 7,995
    larubia
    07/18/2021

    Judge Cunningham checks all the boxes: Educated: MIT & Harvard ABA rating: Well Qualified Experience: especially in highly technical decisions Diverse: African American Check here to begin to compare & contrast Biden picks with that of the last administration: https://www.americanbar.org/groups/committees/federal_judiciary/ratings/

  • 872
    Robert
    07/19/2021

    Another liberal who will legislate from the bench.

  • 3,039
    Dorothy
    07/18/2021

    Refreshing to have educated highly qualified candidates vetted for judicial positions. Now we also have to work to recall, impeach and jail the unqualified and corrupt Drumpf paid to play appointments

  • 446
    ManfromNebraska
    07/19/2021

    Vote no on Tiffany Cunningham for federal judge. Not enough experience and a far leftist.

  • 989
    Curt
    07/19/2021

    NO MORE COMMUNIST JUDGES!

  • 817
    DawgUSMC
    07/19/2021

    Another partisan hack that dose not adhere to the constitution.

  • 666
    Dave
    07/18/2021

    This woman sounds brilliant. That a single Senator could vote again her is laughable. Her obvious intellectual prowess far outweighs any perceived lack of experience.