The days of the Wild West are long gone, but reading through some of the decisions of President Donald Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, you might think they were back. The cases — full of outlaws and colorful scenes that might show up in a Quentin Tarantino film — make for entertaining reading.

But perhaps the most interesting thing about these cases is what they tell us about Gorsuch’s approach to the “little cases.” And on that score, they demonstrate that Gorsuch has a thoughtful and balanced approach to the law of religious liberty.

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