Trump’s Supreme Court Pick: Brett Kavanaugh

Democratic activists, lawmakers already deploying ‘resistance’ July 9, 2018  by ART MOORE President Donald Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court on July 9, 2018 (CNN screenshot) Democratic activists and lawmakers already are nearly two weeks into their “resistance” of President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court to succeed the retiring Anthony Kennedy, and now they … More Trump’s Supreme Court Pick: Brett Kavanaugh

Potential Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Has A Troubling Record On Religious Liberty

If Kavanaugh’s views were adopted by other courts, then other frivolous claims attacking religion in the public square would have a better chance of being heard in federal courts. July 5, 2018   Ed Whelan of Bench Memos yesterday defended Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s jurisprudence in a host of areas, including religious liberty. I have great respect for … More Potential Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Has A Troubling Record On Religious Liberty

Supreme Court: Government Unions Can’t Collect Dues From Non-members

 June 28, 2018 by  Steve Byas   While working a summer job during my college days in the paint shop of Halliburton (we had a lot of red and gray paint) in my hometown of Duncan, Oklahoma, I became involved in a conversation with a strong union advocate. I told him that I thought it was … More Supreme Court: Government Unions Can’t Collect Dues From Non-members

Court: ‘Congress…Delegated to the President Authority to Suspend or Restrict the Entry of Aliens…’

June 26, 2018  By CNSNews.com Staff Chief Justice John Roberts (Screen Capture) (CNSNews.com) – A 5-4 majority of the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that President Donald Trump acted within his legal authority when he issued a proclamation in September 2017 restricting entry into the United States of citizens from eight countries who could not be … More Court: ‘Congress…Delegated to the President Authority to Suspend or Restrict the Entry of Aliens…’

7 Key Takeaways From ACLU Spin On Their Masterpiece Cakeshop Loss

  If we no longer believe ‘that all men are created equal [and] endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,’ LGBT activists will have unleashed far worse than a 15-minute delay in access to culinary confections. June 7, 2018 By Joy Pullmann The deceptively named American Civil Liberties Union fought to the Supreme Court to … More 7 Key Takeaways From ACLU Spin On Their Masterpiece Cakeshop Loss

Supreme Court case could give public employees more freedom

May 6, 2018 By Akash Chougule   The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees lost more than 14,000 members in 2017 – a year after it spent nearly $19 million more on politics than on organizing and advocating on behalf of its members, according to a recent Bloomberg analysis. Coincidence? AFSCME is one of the largest … More Supreme Court case could give public employees more freedom

SCOTUS Justices Express Skepticism About Arguments Against Trump Travel Ban

April 27, 2018 by  Warren Mass   As justices of the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Trump v. Hawaii on April 25, their line of questioning indicated that the four more conservative members of the High Court, as well as Justice Anthony Kennedy — who is often a “swing vote” — appeared to be sympathetic … More SCOTUS Justices Express Skepticism About Arguments Against Trump Travel Ban

What Does Free Speech Mean?

Among other cherished values, the First Amendment protects freedom of speech. The U.S. Supreme Court often has struggled to determine what exactly constitutes protected speech. The following are examples of speech, both direct (words) and symbolic (actions), that the Court has decided are either entitled to First Amendment protections, or not. The First Amendment states, … More What Does Free Speech Mean?

MAGA hat, #MeToo pin? High court weighs voter clothing law

  Feb 28, 2018 by Jessica Gresko   WASHINGTON (AP) — They were all dressed in basic black robes, but the Supreme Court’s nine justices had a serious discussion about fashion Wednesday as they heard arguments over a Minnesota law that bars voters from wearing political clothing to the polls. Almost every one of the justices … More MAGA hat, #MeToo pin? High court weighs voter clothing law

Justice Thomas: Supreme Court Does Not Give Second Amendment Due Respect

Feb 21, 2018 by  Steve Bya On Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (shown) wrote a scathing dissent to the High Court’s decision to not even take up a case concerning a law passed in California: a law in which gun buyers — even those who already own guns — must undergo a waiting period of 10 days before … More Justice Thomas: Supreme Court Does Not Give Second Amendment Due Respect