WASHINGTON – Imagine a candidate for the U.S. Senate who is more anti-establishment than Trump and has been proving it for more than 20 years as a judge and even chief justice of his state’s Supreme Court. Imagine he’s got higher name recognition in his state than perhaps any other public figure. Imagine that he’s running in a conservative state to replace the vacancy left when Jeff Sessions became U.S. attorney general. You don’t have to imagine such a scenario, because it’s true. Judge Roy Moore, “the Ten Commandments Judge,” is running in the Aug. 15 Republican primary to fundamentally transform the U.S. Senate.