Accusations of Anti-Semitism Latest Example of Media Bias Against Trump

Oct 30, 2018 by  Steve Byas   That Trump — whose own daughter has converted to the Jewish faith — is somehow anti-Semitic is the liberal media’s latest unfounded smear against the president.   Julia Ioffe, a reporter for GQ, tweeted after the murders of Jews in a Pittsburgh synagogue this past weekend, “A word to … More Accusations of Anti-Semitism Latest Example of Media Bias Against Trump

VIDEO The Great Dissent: Justice Scalia’s Opinion in Morrison v. Olson

October 9, 2018  featuring Gary Lawson, Richard Pildes, and Theodore Olson     Thirty years after the decision in Morrison v. Olson, questions raised in Justice Antonin Scalia’s lone dissent continue to inform legal debate on separation of powers and the unitary executive. Some scholars consider Justice Scalia’s dissent to be his finest opinion. What can today’s … More VIDEO The Great Dissent: Justice Scalia’s Opinion in Morrison v. Olson

San Francisco Spends $6326 A Vote To Register 49 Illegal Aliens To Vote

 by jonathanturley San Francisco has triggered a national debate over its decision to register undocumented migrants to vote in school board elections.  However, a more pressing controversy may be the amount of money spent on the effort.  San Francisco scents $310,000 to register just 49 people in the city. That translates to $6326 a vote.  The … More San Francisco Spends $6326 A Vote To Register 49 Illegal Aliens To Vote

Grassley: Swetnick, Avenatti Lied to Judiciary Committee

by  R. Cort Kirkwood Michael Avenatti and Julie Swetnick, the porn lawyer and his client who falsely accused Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape, are in big trouble. And not just because their reputations are shot, given that NBC proved Swetnick’s story false by asking her a few straightforward questions. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck … More Grassley: Swetnick, Avenatti Lied to Judiciary Committee

Con-Con Suffered Yet Another Defeat in Pennsylvania

Oct 23, 2018 by  Steve Byas   Pennsylvania is the latest state to reject resolutions to call for a convention to revise the Constitution of the United States. With the refusal of the Pennsylvania Senate State Government Committee to even take a vote this week on resolutions pushed by the Convention of the States (COS) organization, … More Con-Con Suffered Yet Another Defeat in Pennsylvania

Federal Court Asked To Stop LGBT Groups From Harassing The Center For Military Readiness

July 18, 2018    ANN ARBOR, MI – The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, MI, has taken legal action to stop the ongoing intimidation and harassment of groups opposed to transgenders serving in the military. Yesterday, TMLC filed a motion on behalf of the Center … More Federal Court Asked To Stop LGBT Groups From Harassing The Center For Military Readiness

Uphold Ban on Double Jeopardy

September 13, 2018 DOCUMENTS The Rutherford Institute’s amicus brief in Gamble v. United States In an effort to reform the nation’s harsh and overly-punitive criminal justice system, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to fully enforce the Constitution’s ban on double jeopardy by overruling precedent allowing a single act by a person to be the … More Uphold Ban on Double Jeopardy

VIDEO Thomas More Law Center And The American Legion Is Ask SCOTUS to Protect Cross-Shaped War Memorial

The American Legion Is Asking Supreme Court to Protect Cross-Shaped War Memorial   October 19, 2018  Kevin Daley  @kevindaleydc     The American Legion and a Maryland planning commission are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a cross-shaped World War I memorial, after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found the monument violates … More VIDEO Thomas More Law Center And The American Legion Is Ask SCOTUS to Protect Cross-Shaped War Memorial

Past Foreclosures Linked to Faster Appreciation

Oct 8, 2018   If you live in a home that went through a foreclosure during the housing crisis, you are likely enjoying what some analysts are describing as “breakneck” appreciation today. According to Zillow Research, the median value of a “crisis-era foreclosed home” rose 10.3 percent over the past 12 months. Median home prices overall rose … More Past Foreclosures Linked to Faster Appreciation