Supreme Court paves way for Trump administration to use military funds for border wall, BIG WIN

July 26, 2019 By Alex Pappas     The Supreme Court has sided with the Trump administration in its plans to use Pentagon funds to build a border wall. The decision, split along ideological lines, handed down Friday allows the administration to move ahead with plans to use military funds for border wall plans in … More Supreme Court paves way for Trump administration to use military funds for border wall, BIG WIN

VIDEO Trump Decides Not to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census, How To Get Answers

    July 11, 2019 by sundance Rather than listen to media pundits explain what President Trump and AG Bill Barr said today at the White House, here’s the transcript: THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much everyone. Are you a citizen of the United States of America? “Oh, gee, I’m sorry, I just can’t answer that question.” … More VIDEO Trump Decides Not to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census, How To Get Answers

Supreme Court Says It Will Hear DACA Case, Deciding Program’s Future

June 28, 2019 by  Luis Miguel   All eyes are on the Supreme Court. The nation’s highest judicial body agreed on Friday to decide whether the Trump administration can go forward with its plans to end the Obama-era DACA program. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the three relevant cases in its next term, which … More Supreme Court Says It Will Hear DACA Case, Deciding Program’s Future

Unanimous Supreme Court: It’s ‘Predictable’ That Noncitizens Will Act ‘Unlawfully’

By Terence P. Jeffrey | June 27, 2019 Justice Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan, Samuel Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts (Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla) On its way to ruling by a 5-4 majority that the Secretary of Commerce improperly decided to include a citizenship question in the 2020 Census, the Supreme Court unanimously concluded that states had … More Unanimous Supreme Court: It’s ‘Predictable’ That Noncitizens Will Act ‘Unlawfully’

Supreme Court ruling protects owners from government seizures of real estate

The decision is “a hard-fought victory for property rights advocate” June 28, 2019 Kathleen Howley Americans just got more protection from property seizures. Property owners shouldn’t have to jump through state-level hoops before heading to federal court to stop the government from taking their property, the Supreme Court ruled last week in a 5-4 decision that overturned a … More Supreme Court ruling protects owners from government seizures of real estate

Supremes warned: Abortion rulings ‘out of control’

Justices again dodge making decision, this time on ban on ‘dismemberment’   Clarence Thomas (Official portrait) Editor’s Note: Be aware of the graphic description of abortion contained in the court decisions quoted below: Lawmakers are restricting abortion in a number of states this year with the intent of provoking lawsuits that will reach the Supreme Court … More Supremes warned: Abortion rulings ‘out of control’

Cross WINS, Cross Stays Up Says Supremes

June 20, 2019 By Ronn Blitzer | Fox News   The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Peace Cross war memorial on public land outside Washington, D.C., can stand, determining in a 7-2 decision that it does not violate the Constitution. Residents of Prince George’s County, Maryland and the American Humanist Association (AHA) had sued to have the cross taken down, … More Cross WINS, Cross Stays Up Says Supremes

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Intel retirement fund dispute

June 10, 2019 by Andrew Chung   WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear Intel Corp’s bid to avoid a lawsuit accusing it of violating federal law in making employee retirement plan investments that cost beneficiaries hundreds of millions of dollars. The justices will take up Intel’s appeal of a … More U.S. Supreme Court to hear Intel retirement fund dispute

Christian Student Is Taking Her School To The Supreme Court Over Forced Islamic Prayer

June 5, 2019   State schools have no business imposing religion on their students. This should be a simple, obvious, and needless statement. Apparently, as the case of Caleigh Wood and La Plata High School demonstrates, it’s not. Four years ago, Wood was forced by her teacher at her La Plata, Maryland school to recite … More Christian Student Is Taking Her School To The Supreme Court Over Forced Islamic Prayer

SCOTUS Rules Against Apple Allows Class Action To Proceed

May 13, 2019 by Sarah Perez @sarahintampa       The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against Apple on Monday on a case involving whether or not a group of iPhone users will be allowed to bring an antitrust lawsuit against the company regarding its App Store practices. The iPhone owners allege that Apple’s 30 percent commission … More SCOTUS Rules Against Apple Allows Class Action To Proceed