As the nomination hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch approach, ZiefBrief notes the appearance of couple of great new sources of solid, objective information about the nominee.
First, there's the 103-page Judge Neil M. Gorsuch: His Jurisprudence and Potential Impact on the Supreme Court, a new Congressional Research Service report that examines Judge Gorsuch's jurisprudence on a wide range of issues, including: the role of the judiciary; statutory interpretation; administrative law; capital punishment; civil liability; civil rights; criminal law and procedure; environmental law; federalism; freedom of religion; freedom of speech; international and foreign law; right to bear arms; separation of powers; substantive due process; and takings.
Then there's the Neil Gorsuch Project, a collaborative project of several libraries, spearheaded by the Univ. of Virginia Law Library. The Neil Gorsuch Project offers the full text of all of Judge Gorsuch's opinions, as well as citations to his other publications (with links, where possible), and videos of his speeches.