In a world increasingly bereft of genuine role models and benevolent souls, Neil Gorsuch is a much needed breath of fresh air. He is honest, respectful, poised, patient, insightful, compassionate and most of all an unflappable patriot who puts his love of country, his sworn constitutional duty, above the petty politics of squabbling partisans and scheming activists. Despite being surrounded by bitter bureaucrats seeking to twist his every word and taint his honorable legacy, his dignified and articulate answers have turned the most disingenuous attacks into the most memorable reminders of what constitutes competent, mature leadership. Any failure to confirm this man would serve as an ignorant display of gross negligence and a tragic loss for what little integrity remains in our dysfunctional judicial system. Although dissension within constructive discourse is healthy and the most seasoned legal minds will always digress to some degree, it is how they conduct themselves and their relative commitment to the law that differentiates the scholars from the usurpers. The questions his smug detractors are asking shouldn’t focus on whether he supports abortion, the Second Amendment or restricting Muslim immigration, but rather what is his rationale, judicial precedent, for addressing our most divisive issues while upholding the Constitution of the United States; still, and always, the supreme law of the land. Political anarchy is a poor substitute for jurisprudence, due process and accountability.