VIDEO Court rules it’s not ‘religious hostility’ if attack by attorney general

Washington state florist’s case appealed to Supreme Court again By Bob Unruh  September 11, 2019 Barronelle Stutzman The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to reverse the Washington state Supreme Court’s ruling that while the Constitution bans “hostility” against Christianity by state agencies, it exempts state officials such as the attorney general. The Alliance Defending Freedom … More VIDEO Court rules it’s not ‘religious hostility’ if attack by attorney general

Fierce opposition to Trump judicial nominees hits fever pitch

‘We need to go back to the Constitution’ By WND Staff September 1, 2019 President Donald J. Trump signs the G7 Scroll, Saturday, June 9, 2018, at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, in Charlevoix, Canada. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead) The battles in the U.S. Senate over President Trump’s judicial nominees have been … More Fierce opposition to Trump judicial nominees hits fever pitch

Planned Parenthood braces for serious financial jolt from Trump

New rule depriving abortionists of millions hitting Monday   (Image courtesy Pixabay) A new rule adopted by the Trump administration that is expected to deprive the abortionists at industry leader Planned Parenthood hits Monday. That’s the rule that Title X funds cannot go to clinics that conduct abortions or refer them. The pending change has … More Planned Parenthood braces for serious financial jolt from Trump

A Pro-Gun Ruling Will Inflame Court-Packing Push, Dem Senator Warns Supreme Court

August 12, 2019 by Kevin Daley Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island filed a legal brief urging the Supreme Court to dismiss a challenge to New York City’s gun regulations.  The brief includes a withering critique of the Court’s conservative majority, which Whitehouse accuses of judicial activism.  The senator predicted a ruling against the … More A Pro-Gun Ruling Will Inflame Court-Packing Push, Dem Senator Warns Supreme Court

VA fixes rules to allow Bibles, religious symbols

‘A welcome breath of fresh air’   The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has brought a “breath of fresh air” to its practices by allowing “religious literature, symbols and displays at VA facilities,” according to  First Liberty Institute. FoxNews.com contributor Todd Starnes noted a VA medical center in Augusta, Georgia, had banned high school carolers from singing Christmas … More VA fixes rules to allow Bibles, religious symbols

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

Can Government Punish Twice for the Same Crime? – Dueling Originalists and Stare Decisis

Can Government Punish Twice for the Same Crime? By: Judge Andrew Napolitano|  Jun 20, 2019| “…nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb…” -Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution The government in America is out of control. There is no happy ending here. … More Can Government Punish Twice for the Same Crime? – Dueling Originalists and Stare Decisis

Until The Supreme Court Acts, Christians Will Be Punished For Thought Crimes

Courts can’t stop the corrosion of liberalism, but they can stop state-sponsored attacks on individuals.   June 10 2019 By David Harsanyi If a long Struggle Session couldn’t break Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop, I doubt another frivolous lawsuit will do the trick. Then again, the campaign to destroy Phillips’s business was never merely about punishing a … More Until The Supreme Court Acts, Christians Will Be Punished For Thought Crimes

Two Brand-New Senators Cast Light On The GOP’s Post-Trump Future

June 7, 2019 By Brad Todd The fusion of populism and conservatism as a workable and ideological political movement is emerging in the actions of two newly elected senators: Josh Hawley and Rick Scott.     The heat and light given off by the nuclear grind between President Trump and his antagonists have blinded Washington’s chroniclers … More Two Brand-New Senators Cast Light On The GOP’s Post-Trump Future

Judge Dismisses House Democrats’ Lawsuit Against Trump Border Wall

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin 4 June 2019 by KEN KLUKOWSKI WASHINGTON, DC – A federal judge dismissed House Democrats’ lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s border wall, holding that the lawmakers lacked standing to bring the matter to court. President Trump persuaded Congress to appropriate $1.4 billion for a border wall. He then also issued Presidential Proclamation … More Judge Dismisses House Democrats’ Lawsuit Against Trump Border Wall