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

VIDEO Constitutional Right to use social media Attacked – Leftist FORCE Mastercard To Vote On Banning Far Right

SCOTUS Held there is a Constitutional Right to Social Media  North Carolina’s law was “unprecedented in the scope of First Amendment speech.” Conservatives should stand on this ruling when suing Twitter, Facebook, etc June 19, 2017  by DAVID KRAVETS The US Supreme Court on Monday declared as unconstitutional a 2008 North Carolina law barring registered … More VIDEO Constitutional Right to use social media Attacked – Leftist FORCE Mastercard To Vote On Banning Far Right

The founders had power-hungry Dems in mind

Laura Hollis notes U.S. was set up to deal with universal human problem The brilliance of our country’s founders is revealed in many things but especially the checks on power built into our system of government. The Constitution is grounded in the natural-law principle that human beings derive their rights from God, not from government. … More The founders had power-hungry Dems in mind

Justices seem ready to OK asking citizenship on census – Liberals Tell SCOTUS How Illegal Aliens Increase Their Power

Justices seem ready to OK asking citizenship on census April 23, 2019  By MARK SHERMAN     WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite evidence that millions of Hispanics and immigrants could go uncounted, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed ready Tuesday to uphold the Trump administration’s plan to inquire about U.S. citizenship on the 2020 census in … More Justices seem ready to OK asking citizenship on census – Liberals Tell SCOTUS How Illegal Aliens Increase Their Power

Joe Biden’s Remarks About ‘White Culture’ Are Dangerous, And Ignorant Beyond Belief

It is an irony almost beyond belief that white supremacists and left-wing intersectionalists now agree that key aspects of Western, or Anglophone, institutions are inherently ‘white.’ April 10, 2018 By Paul Shakeshaft Joe Biden is calling for a new jurisprudence. Equating common law—the system of law used in most English-speaking countries, including the United States—with … More Joe Biden’s Remarks About ‘White Culture’ Are Dangerous, And Ignorant Beyond Belief

High Court Finds No Problem in SSA Expert’s ‘Proof’

April 3, 2019 By George Khoury, Esq. The recent SCOTUS decision in Biestek v. Berryhill may have flown under most lawyers’ radars as it concerned a Social Security Administration’s ALJ’s determination of a petitioner’s claim for disability benefits, but it contains a vibrant analysis and two separate dissents with one curious pair of allies. The issues involved … More High Court Finds No Problem in SSA Expert’s ‘Proof’

Anti-Government Speech Is Still Protected Speech

 Rutherford Institute Challenges Law Allowing Gov’t to Censor Speech It Finds Distasteful   March 28, 2019 DOCUMENTS The Rutherford Institute’s amicus brief in Iancu v. Brunetti WASHINGTON, DC — Pushing back against a law that allows the government to censor speech it finds distasteful or immoral, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down … More Anti-Government Speech Is Still Protected Speech

VIDEO DOJ, FBI to review ‘outrageous’ Jussie Smollett case – Today’s Democrat Party is a hoax factory

DOJ, FBI to review ‘outrageous’ Jussie Smollett case, Trump says Mar 28, 2019  By Judson Berger | Fox News President Trump announced Thursday that the FBI and Justice Department will review the “outrageous” decision to drop charges in the Jussie Smollett case. The president weighed in as controversy mounted in Chicago and across the country over the abrupt dismissal … More VIDEO DOJ, FBI to review ‘outrageous’ Jussie Smollett case – Today’s Democrat Party is a hoax factory