U.S. Doctor Will Be Allowed to Examine Baby Charlie Gard

July 15, 2017  by  Lisa Shaw At London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, a significant turn of events has transpired for 11-month-old Charlie Gard and his parents, as a U.S. physician will be allowed to examine and assess the child for possible treatment of his rare genetic disorder Mitocondrial Depletion Syndrome. In a recent hearing in the … More U.S. Doctor Will Be Allowed to Examine Baby Charlie Gard

Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

July 14, 2017  by  Warren Mass   Judge Derrick K. Watson of the Federal District Court in Honolulu — who was one of two judges who issued a ruling last March blocking sections of President Trump’s March 6 executive order that banned travel to the United States by foreign nationals from six countries identified as being … More Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

Judge Linked to Planned Parenthood-partnered Clinic Holds Daleiden’s Lawyers in Contempt

July 13, 2017 by  Warren Mass   U.S. District Judge William Orrick III said during a July 11 hearing that he will hold pro-life activist David Daleiden’s attorneys, Steve Cooley and Brentford Ferreira, in contempt of court for publishing videos of a National Abortion Federation annual meeting, in violation of an injunction. “Criminal defense counsel … … More Judge Linked to Planned Parenthood-partnered Clinic Holds Daleiden’s Lawyers in Contempt

Texas Professors’ Frivolous Concealed-carry Lawsuit Tossed Due to Lack of Standing

July 11, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   When District Court Judge Lee Yeakel dismissed the frivolous lawsuit last week brought by three University of Texas professors against the state’s attorney general and numerous others, he claimed the trio had no standing. It’s also clear from the details that the professors also had no understanding of the issues involved. … More Texas Professors’ Frivolous Concealed-carry Lawsuit Tossed Due to Lack of Standing

Seattle Passes Income Tax on Rich; Lawsuit to Follow

 July 11, 2017 by  Michael Tennant On Monday, the Seattle, Washington City Council unanimously passed an income tax targeting the rich despite constitutional and legislative prohibitions on doing so, making a court challenge to the tax almost inevitable. According to the Seattle Times, “The measure applies a 2.25-percent tax on total income above $250,000 for individuals and … More Seattle Passes Income Tax on Rich; Lawsuit to Follow

Boston Taxpayers Fund the Mocking of the Catholic Faith

July 10, 2018 by  Steve Byas “This is outrageous. If these men were dressed as Hindu women, Orthodox Jewish women, or Muslim women there would be an uproar,” Jewels Green wrote in disgust on the Boston Public Library’s Children’s Page. Green was reacting to the decision of the library to sponsor a Drag Queen Story Time … More Boston Taxpayers Fund the Mocking of the Catholic Faith

SAVE CHARLIE, New Evidence Concerning Treatment for Baby Charlie Gard

July 8, 2017 by  Lisa Shaw   Another hearing has been announced in the case of England’s baby Charlie Gard, as new evidence has come to light concerning treatment for the infant’s rare genetic disease. London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for Children, where Charlie was initially taken for treatment, continues to hold the baby against … More SAVE CHARLIE, New Evidence Concerning Treatment for Baby Charlie Gard

In Poland, Trump Defends Western Civilization and Freedom

July 7, 2017 by Alex Newman   Speaking in front of an adoring crowd in Warsaw, Poland, President Donald Trump offered a vigorous defense of Western civilization, the nation-state, borders, freedom, and Christendom. He pointed to a number of forces that threatened to undermine those key values and ideas, ranging from lawless government bureaucracy and a loss … More In Poland, Trump Defends Western Civilization and Freedom

Judge Declares Florida’s Expansion of “Stand Your Ground” Law Unconstitutional

July 5, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   The decision by Florida Circuit Court Judge Milton Hirsch on Monday delighted opponents of the state’s “Stand Your Ground” laws. Declaring on procedural grounds that changes just enacted into law by the Florida legislature were unconstitutional, Hirsh’s decision “totally derails these changes to ‘stand your ground’ [law],” chortled Tamara Lave, law … More Judge Declares Florida’s Expansion of “Stand Your Ground” Law Unconstitutional

Trump’s Travel Ban Back in the Plan — Sort of

July 1, 2017  by  Selwyn Duke A temporary travel ban on people from six terrorist-spawning nations took effect Thursday evening — with a few asterisks. It was the result of a 9-0 Monday Supreme Court ruling in which the justices knocked down lower-court stays on the ban, the first version of which was created via executive … More Trump’s Travel Ban Back in the Plan — Sort of