Why Senate is right to move forward with Amy Coney Barrett nomination

Source: Yahoo News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 13, 2020
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Bias Rating:

66% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 66% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment for Police funding


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96% "It exists as an important check on raw political authority -- legislative and executive.""
95% "To respond to a column, submit a comment to letters@usatoday.com.""
94% "This article originally appeared on USA TODAY:""
93% "The Constitution also gives the Senate the power of advice and consent.""
90% "As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has reminded us, these are two co-equal branches of government.""
66% "We should be guided by facts and law.""
-92% "Remember, it was Democrats in 2016 who said the Senate should discharge its duty, regardless of proximity to a presidential election.""
-93% "On the other hand, the most political options are to leave the seat open pending the outcome of an election or, and this one ..."
-94% "Why Senate should vote on well-qualified Amy Coney Barrett""
-96% "Stripping away the hyperbole, the least political thing we can do is to hold a hearing on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination and have ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

66% : We should be guided by facts and law.
96% : It exists as an important check on raw political authority -- legislative and executive.
95% : To respond to a column, submit a comment to letters@usatoday.com.
94% : This article originally appeared on USA TODAY:
93% : The Constitution also gives the Senate the power of advice and consent.
90% : As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has reminded us, these are two co-equal branches of government.
8% : Remember, it was Democrats in 2016 who said the Senate should discharge its duty, regardless of proximity to a presidential election.
7% : On the other hand, the most political options are to leave the seat open pending the outcome of an election or, and this one is arguably the worst, wait and confirm the appointment during a lame duck session after the election.
6% : The appointee would be known as the "lame duck justice."
6% : Why Senate should vote on well-qualified Amy Coney Barrett
4% : Stripping away the hyperbole, the least political thing we can do is to hold a hearing on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination and have a floor vote before the election.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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