Nov 13, 2017 by Michael Tennant The Supreme Court announced Monday that it has agreed to hear a case challenging a California law requiring crisis-pregnancy centers, under the threat of heavy fines for noncompliance, to tell their clients how to obtain state-subsidized abortions. The case, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, charges that the … More Supreme Court to Consider California Law Forcing Pro-lifers to Promote Abortion
Nov 10, 2017 by Selwyn Duke With the Alabama special election to fill Jeff Sessions’ seat a mere month away, sexual misconduct allegations have, quite conveniently, surfaced against GOP hopeful Roy Moore (shown). Judge Moore, 70, an anti-establishment candidate despised by swamp-creature Democrats andRepublicans, is said to have courted age-of-consent teen girls in Alabama when in his … More VIDEO Moore or Less? Are Sex Accusations Against Roy Moore Dirty Tricks?
Nov 10, 2017 by Dave Bohon A French atheist woman seeking U.S. citizenship has filed a lawsuit to force the removal of the phrase “so help me God” from the citizenship oath, arguing that it violates the First Amendment’s establishment clause that supposedly separates government from all religious expression. Olga Paule Perrier-Bilbo, a French national … More Atheist Immigrant Sues to Remove God From U.S. Citizenship Oath
Nov 4, 2017 by ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski WASHINGTON, DC—-Senate Republicans delivered a series of victories to President Donald Trump this week, confirming four federal appeals judges and two trial judges, with more expected soon. Republicans across the spectrum continue to complain about the Senate’s dysfunctional condition on a wide variety of issues, … More Senate Confirms Trump’s Judicial Nominees Despite Democrats’ Opposition
Nov 6, 2017 by Warren Richey Conservative watchdog groups in several states have filed suit to seek more aggressive action to remove ineligible voters from election rolls, while liberal advocacy and voting rights groups have filed lawsuits of their own. A case in Ohio is going to the Supreme Court. NOVEMBER 6, 2017 FORT LAUDERDALE, … More Securing the Vote: How Efforts to Prevent Fraud, and Voting Rights, Collide
Nov 4, 2017 by ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski WASHINGTON —- Even the toughest critics of the Senate have something to celebrate this week, as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) led his caucus to confirm two of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees, with three more coming this week. Last week McConnell made bold promises that he … More Senate Confirms Judge Amy Coney Barrett, More Judges Coming This Week
Nov 2, 2017 by C. Mitchell Shaw When investigators raided and searched the home of one-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in July, they seized enough evidence to convince a grand jury last week to indict Manafort on a laundry list of charges. But it appears that at least some of the things seized in … More Did Mueller’s Search of Manafort’s Home Violate the Fourth Amendment?
Nov 1. 2017 by C. Mitchell Shaw The indictment of Paul Manafort not only fails to show any collusion between Trump and Russia (in fact, it does not even purport to do so), but the indictment itself may fall apart under legal scrutiny. If — and this is not a stretch — Manafort challenges the … More Will Manafort Indictment Stand Legal Scrutiny?