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

Privacy Prevails: Supreme Court Rules That Warrant Is Required For Cellphone Location Data

June 22, 2018 jonathanturley In a major win for privacy, the Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 in a decision on Friday that police need warrants to gather phone location data as evidence for trials. The decision is a reversal of  the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Carpenter v. United States. Carpenter was implicated in a 2011 robbery … More Privacy Prevails: Supreme Court Rules That Warrant Is Required For Cellphone Location Data

Would a TV Judge Qualify for Appointment to the Supreme Court?

June 11, 2018  by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   When President Donald Trump was compiling his short list of judges whom he could possibly nominate to the Supreme Court bench, one of the more surprising names that percolated to the surface was Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro. Pirro, the host of Fox News’s Justice With Judge Jeanine, … More Would a TV Judge Qualify for Appointment to the Supreme Court?

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 Gives Huge Victory to Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-sex “Wedding” Cake

June 4, 2018 by  Selwyn Duke   They can have their cake and eat it, too — just not if it’s decorated for a so-called “same-sex wedding.” That’s the upshot of a 7-2 Supreme Court ruling today in favor of Jack Phillips (shown), a Colorado baker persecuted by his state after refusing to craft such a … More Supreme Court Gives Huge Victory to Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-sex “Wedding” Cake

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

Supreme Court to Consider California Law Forcing Pro-lifers to Promote Abortion

Nov 13, 2017  by  Michael Tennant The Supreme Court announced Monday that it has agreed to hear a case challenging a California law requiring crisis-pregnancy centers, under the threat of heavy fines for noncompliance, to tell their clients how to obtain state-subsidized abortions. The case, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, charges that the … More Supreme Court to Consider California Law Forcing Pro-lifers to Promote Abortion

Supreme Court Dismisses One of Two Trump Travel Ban Cases

Oct 12, 2017 by  Warren Mass   The U.S. Supreme Court on October 10 dismissed one of two cases brought to it challenging President Donald Trump’s ban on visitors from mostly Muslim countries where terrorists have a strong presence. In a one-page order, the court acted in one of two cases pending before the nine justices … More Supreme Court Dismisses One of Two Trump Travel Ban Cases

Pro-gun Victory: D.C. Decides Not to Appeal Concealed Carry Ruling to Supreme Court

Oct 5, 2017 by  Bob Adelman Effective Thursday, residents of the nation’s capital seeking a concealed carry permit won’t have to show a “good or proper reason” to obtain it. That’s because anti-gun politicians on Washington, D.C.’s council think it’s too risky for them to take their case to the Supreme Court, considering the current political climate there. … More Pro-gun Victory: D.C. Decides Not to Appeal Concealed Carry Ruling to Supreme Court