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The Roe Protests: The Hoodwinking Of The American People

The purposeful manipulation of the American people by the political Left continues in the anticipated Supreme Court Ruling in the matter of Roe v. Wade. Simply put – and it can’t be repeated enough – the Democrats and pro-abortion advocates are bald

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PODCAST | How Disingenuous Can Our Federal Government Be?

From their declarations about Ukraine and punishing Vladimir Putin with sanctions to their declaration that domestic terrorism is actually a threat to our country to their completely disingenuous and opportunistic moves against cryptocurrency, our federal

Politics | The SCOTUS

Pelosi Encouraging Public to Force SCOTUS to Change Leaked Opinion

How is this not improper intimidation of the Court?

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After abortion leak, Justice Thomas warns Supreme Court can't be 'bullied'

Following protests sparked by the leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court decision indicating the justices are poised to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, Justice Clarence Thomas said on Friday that the court cannot be "bullied."

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Losing the People? Then Change the Rules

Court packing—the attempt to enlarge the size of the Supreme Court for short-term political purposes—used to be a dirty word in the history of American…

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PODCAST & ARTICLE | The Overturning Of Roe v. Wade Would Not Make Abortion Illegal

Before we get into the meat of this issue it is important to understand that a draft opinion is not a ruling. It is a precursor to a ruling; a moment in time when the US Supreme Court Justices make their cases to the other justices on why they hold the pr

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Give Them an Inch and They Want the Third Trimester: How the Left Made This Happen

As a kid, my mother allowed me to have one cookie per day. When I pushed to eat the whole box in an afternoon, I was told I couldn’t have any more cookies. What did I learn? Don’t be greed...

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Draft Supreme Court Majority Opinion Leaks STRIKING DOWN Roe v. Wade. Here’s What All Of That Means.

Late on Monday evening, May 2, Politico broke a world-shattering story: it posted an exclusive leak of a purported majority opinion in Dobbs v. Mississippi (2022), the case considering whether or not Roe v. Wade (1973), which created out of whole cloth a right to abortion, ought to be overruled.

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Protesters gather outside Supreme Court building following leaked draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade

Protesters have gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court building to criticize the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade after an alleged internal draft opinion was leaked to the public.

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Why the Elevation of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the US Supreme Court Means Very Little

Whether you support President Biden’s choice to replace US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer or not, Ketanji Brown Jackson’s elevation to the position of Supreme Court Justice will have very little effect on the direction of both the High Court and

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Mitt Romney Claps for Ketanji Brown Jackson's Confirmation

Mitt Romney clapped with Democrats in reaction to the Senate confirming Supreme Court Justice nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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The Senate confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court

The vote on the historic nomination was 53 to 47, with three Republicans voting with Democrats. When sworn in this summer, Jackson will be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.

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SUNDAY DIGEST: Russian Medical Watchdog Group Reveals Data Suggesting Putin Is Being Treated for Thyroid Cancer

Russian Medical Watchdog Group Reveals Data Suggesting Putin Is Being Treated for Thyroid Cancer A report from a Russian health watchdog group, Proekt (The Project) reveals that Vladimir Putin secretly took visits from a doctor specializing in thyroid can

Politics | The SCOTUS

Exclusive — Judge Jackson Sentenced Those in Possession of Child Porn to Nearly 60 Percent Less Time than National Average

Ketanji Brown Jackson sentenced those in possession of child pornography to nearly 60 percent less time than the national average.

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AOC Speaks an Unspoken Truth and Targets the Activist Left on the US Supreme Court

US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), has unwittingly opened the door to a process that few among us realize is at our disposal. The US Constitution makes it clear that justices of the United States Supreme Court can only serve during “times of good

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC Stomps Her Little Foot and Demands That Justice Thomas Resign or Face Impeachment

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is nothing if not consistently stupid. Her latest idiocy is her strident demand that Justice Clarence Thomas resigns or face impeachment.

Politics | Op-Ed

It Shouldn’t Be Hard To Condemn Jackson’s Leniency For Child Predators

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s record on child predators is highly relevant to her qualifications as a Supreme Court judge.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

In Fit of Racially Charged Outrage, Democrats Target Supreme Court’s Only Black Justice for Impeachment

In an echo of the party's racist past, prominent Democrats are demanding the Supreme Court's lone black justice, Clarence Thomas, be fired from his job. The racially charged attacks are made all the more sinister by the fact that Thomas is married to a wh

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No Ketanji Brown Jackson, Black Hebrew Israelites Are Not Hippies - They Are Vile Racists

Ketanji Brown Jackson's description of what Black Hebrew Israelites are in her confirmation hearing today was odd.

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Child Porn Offender Ketanji Brown Jackson Sentenced to Just 3 Months Continued Searching for Photos of Children

A child porn offender who got a 3-month sentence from Judge Kentaji Brown Jackson continued to seek “sexually arousing” images of children.

Politics | The SCOTUS

K-12 School Where Ketanji Brown Jackson Sits on Board Pushes Adult Sexual Content on Children

Georgetown Day School had children perform a play with adult sexual content and encouraged fourth-graders to participate in left-wing activism.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The GOP’s attacks on Ketanji Brown Jackson are nasty even by Republican standards

Republicans turned the hearing into a blizzard of misleading attacks, many of which seem designed to appeal to QAnon supporters.

Politics | Media Watch

Media Bias Works: Ketanji Brown Jackson Is Widely Popular

Gallup has published a new poll showing that Americans just love Ketanji Brown Jackson and want her on the Court. This shows that the media still has power.

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Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden's Supreme Court pick, reveals a lot with questions she won't answer

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has calculated that she has the votes and if she just toughs it out, without revealing anything too alarming, she will be confirmed.

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Won’t Say if U.S. Should Strengthen Child Pornographer Punishments

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson would not say whether she believed the U.S. should strengthen sentences for child pornographers.

Politics | Media Watch

MSNBC Commentator Likens Ted Cruz's SCOTUS Questioning to a 'Hate Crime'

MSNBC commentator Chai Komanduri claimed Tuesday that Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz questioning Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson about whether she supports critical race theory was like witnessing

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

ABC News contributor thinks Josh Hawley ‘has met his match’ in Ketanji Brown Jackson ‘and we should all prepare for his funeral tomorrow’

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SCOTUS Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson Inspired by Critical Race Theory, '1619 Project', Black Lives Matter Protest

SCOTUS nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson cited Critical Race Theory founder Derrick Bell and the "1619 Project" as inspirations in 2020.

Politics | The SCOTUS

Republicans Are Successfully Blocking Biden Nominees, And His SCOTUS Pick Could Be Next

The Senate Banking Committee successfully used the Rule 26 tactic to block Sarah Bloom Raskin. Is Ketanji Brown Jackson next?

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Is Biden's SCOTUS Nominee Anti-Semitic?

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden’s nominee to the Supreme Court, was a member of a Harvard University student group that hosted an anti-Semitic speaker during her senior year, according to a r...

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Republicans don’t need sexual assault allegations to oppose Jackson’s confirmation. Her track record alone is cause for concern.

Republicans don't need sexual assault allegations to oppose Jackson's confirmation. Her track record alone is cause for concern.

Politics | The SCOTUS

Joe Biden SCOTUS Nominee Refuses to Use ‘Illegal Alien,’ Opts for ‘Noncitizen’

President Joe Biden’s SCOTUS nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, refuses to use the term "illegal alien" in her court opinions.

Politics | The "Squad"

Democrat Rep. Cori Bush: Joe Biden Should Not Be ‘Pitting Black Women Against Each Other’ over SCOTUS

President Joe Biden's vow to put the first black woman on the Supreme Court continued to backfire this week.

Politics | The "Squad"

Leftists Slam AOC For Wanting Biden To Consider Worldview After Putting ‘Identity’ First In His Supreme Court Pick

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has somehow landed herself in hot water with progressives after saying that “identity” should be the “starting step” when it comes to President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court pick, but that worldview is another factor he needed to consider when choosing a nominee to ensure the choice is actually progressive.

Politics | Op-Ed

Rolling Over When It’s Payback Time › American Greatness

According to, among other sources, Politico and the Federalist Society, Senate Republicans are not exactly bracing for a “bare knuckle” fight over Biden’s…

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PODCAST: Employing a Racist Litmus Test to Qualify for the US Supreme Court?

With the announcement that US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is stepping down -- once his replacement has been confirmed, President Biden declared that he will take a knee to the political ultimatum issued by US Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC), that his n

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

In 2003, Joe Biden Filibustered and Voted Against Nomination of a Black Woman to the Federal Bench

In 2003, then-President George Bush nominated Janice Rogers Brown, an associate justice on the California Supreme Court to serve as a Judge on the Court of Appeals

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Biden's Supreme Court Pick Sexually Assaulted Me 25 Years Ago

The news that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring is still fresh. He won’t even officially retire until October, and the Biden administration will likely spend months vetting potent...

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Dem Senator Says Breyer’s Replacement Should Not Make Decisions Just Based On The Law

“I’d like ... someone who will consider the impact, the effects of whatever decision-making is on people in our country ...”

Politics | The SCOTUS

Psaki Refuses To Answer If Kamala Harris Being Considered For Supreme Court: Biden ‘Reiterated His Commitment To Nominating A Black Woman’

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to answer whether President Joe Biden was considering nominating Vice President Kamala Harris to be on the Supreme Court in the wake of an expected retirement announcement from Justice Stephen Breyer.

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It's Time to Demand The US Supreme Court De-Politicize Itself and Return to the Constitution

Over that last century – and dating back specifically to the New Deal era – the United States Supreme Court has shed its constitutional mandate to be non-partisan and non-politicized, devolving into yet another disingenuous playground populated by the

Politics | The SCOTUS

Sonia Sotomayor Doesn't Believe Her Own Vaccine Hype

The "wise Latina" wants to mandate something that she obviously doesn't believe works.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Justice Sonia Sotomayor just keeps racking up the hot takes over Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate

Sotomayor might wish that the federal government held all the power.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court seems skeptical of Biden's vaccine mandates - Axios

A majority of the justices appeared to believe that the Biden administration’s rules are too broad.

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Out-Pacing Trump, Biden Gets 40 Federal Judges Confirmed in First Year

Chipping away at the gains made during the Trump administration, President Biden is moving expeditiously to counter the influx of...

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Roe v. Wade Ruling Pending, It’s Important to Understand It Won’t Outlaw Abortion

As the United States Supreme Court court hears arguments on a case that could decide the future of the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision,..

Politics | Politics

Unlimited Power: The Latest Supreme Court Dissent Is A Window Into The Mind Of The COVID Bureaucracy

The left thinks its power is so broad as to be essentially limitless, and so singularly vested as to be checked virtually solely at its own discretion.

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Biden Administration Again Tries to Dupe the Public With Bogus DoJ 'Ruling'

The Department of Justice is backing the CDC, alleging the health agency’s new eviction moratorium is lawful even though the Supreme...

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Wisconsin Lawmakers Call for ConCon to Protect Supreme Court

In an age when talk appears to suffice as fulfillment of an obligation, several Wisconsin lawmakers are actually trying to affect a...

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SCOTUS Again Invokes ‘Standing’ to Dodge a Constitutional Question

In a stunning abdication of its constitutional charge, the US Supreme Court upheld – by a vote of 7 to 2 – the Affordable Health Care Act...

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McConnell's Telegraph on the Supreme Court Justifies a Leadership Change

In a move that would confound even a fledgling political activist, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), telegraphed that he...

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If We Expand Anything About the SCOTUS It Should Be Their Mandate to Engage

In an action that has become all too common, the United States Supreme Court has refused to hear two cases that they should have found an...

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Biden Probes Changes to Supreme Court; Justices Voice Opposition

As promised during the election, President Biden has announced the creation of a commission to study possible reforms to the SCOTUS...

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Supreme Court Rules Lawsuit Against Facebook’s for Violating Federal Wiretap Laws Can Proceed

The US Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Facebook to intervene in a $15 billion class-action lawsuit that charges the BigTech...

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Supreme Court Case to Expose an Inequitable Union Excess in Recruiting Law

The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a California property rights case that at first was minor dispute between a strawberry nursery...

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Amazon De-Platforms Clarence Thomas Documentary During Black History Month

In an astonishingly racist and biased move the BigTech platform, Amazon has de-platformed a documentary about US Supreme Court Justice...

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Opinion: Lies the Supreme Court Told Me

Commentary In a fashion we must now regard as entirely predictable the Supreme Court of the United States ...

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RED FLAG LAWS: Supreme Court to Decide Whether Police Can Enter Your House, Seize Your Guns Without a Warrant

A case before the US Supreme Court Supreme Court will decide whether law enforcement officers have the right, under the

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Biden Announces Commission To Explore Packing the Supreme Court

President Joe Biden began the selection of members to fill seats on commission tasked with examining potential reforms to the

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Obama Era Eric Holder, Famous for Fast & Furious, Demands Dems Pack Supreme Court

Former Obama administration Attorney General, Eric Holder, who gained international attention for his alleged role in the Fast and Furious

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Barbarian Politics | Underground USA | United States

Dec. 24, 2020 - It has come to this. We, the American people, no longer have a true representative form of government. We are now saddled with an assembly of people, elected to office, who simply do not understand the US constitution, its mandates, its li

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Podcast | Underground USA | United States

An irreverent, brutally truthful, fact-based podcast. At every turn over the last 72+ hours two-thirds of the branches of our federal government and five rogue state executive and judiciary branches have screwed the American people. The time is coming in

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Reckless Courts Codify Chaos - American Greatness

Flagrant election cheating in several swing states, it seems, is of no interest to the self-appointed watchdogs of American democracy or even to those…

Politics | The SCOTUS

Supreme Court Turns Down Red State Bid to Salvage Proof of Citizenship Voter Law

The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a request to salvage a Kansas law that required residents to provide proof of citizenship when registering to vote, despite pleas from Kansas lawyers and almost 20 red states.

Politics | Op-Ed

Courts to Voters: Democrat Election Fraud Is ‘Too Big to Fail.’ Why we will not have another fair election in our country. There is no ‘next time.’

The courts have spoken, one after another. Some 74 million Americans have been denied our day in court. The Democrats’ crime of stealing a presidential election…

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POST-SCOTUS: Trump Legal Team To File Reworked Texas-Style Election Challenges in Individual States

In a move that seems to incorporate the direction that US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito tacitly voiced in his

Politics | Politics

Pennsylvania House Leaders File Brief to Support Texas in Supreme Court Lawsuit

In a move that found many slack-jawed from coast to coast, the Pennsylvania House Speaker and Majority Leader filed a

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Supreme Court of the United States Dockets Texas Election Irregularity Lawsuit - Media Right News

It is being reported that a Texas lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin regarding alleged voter irregularities has been officially taken up (docketed) by the Supreme Court of theContinue Reading

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Texas Sues Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin In SCOTUS Over Their Unsafe, Broken Elections

While it is true that each state has dominion over their elections and their election processes, even in federal elections,

Business & Finance | Small business

Texas Sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at Supreme Court over Election Rules

Texas filed a lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court before midnight on Monday challenging election results in four other states.

Politics | The SCOTUS

Lefty Law Profs See Handmaid's Tale Lurking Behind Supreme Court Religious Freedom Ruling

After the Supreme Court defended religious freedom amid COVID-19 restrictions, lefty law professors shouted, "Handmaid's Tale!"

Politics | The SCOTUS

Alito Sets Deadline For New Jersey To Respond In Religious Freedom Case

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has given New Jersey until Dec. 3 to respond to a case brought against it by a church and a synagogue that allege the

Politics | POLITICS

Will The Supreme Court Defend Religious Liberty From Pandemic Tyrants?

A second challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID rules that targeted Orthodox Jews provides a crucial test for the new Supreme Court.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court Hears Case Pitting Religious Liberty Against Same-Sex Marriage | CBN News

<p>An important religious liberty case went before the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday – the first heard by new Justice Amy Coney Barrett. A Catholic foster agency in Philadelphia had told a reporter because of its belief in traditional marriage, it would re

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The Reason Supreme Court Justices Wear Black Robes

The tradition of judges wearing black robes goes back centuries, but the meaning behind it is as timely as ever.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court issues flurry of last-minute election orders

WASHINGTON (AP) — North Carolina, yes. Pennsylvania, yes. Wisconsin, no. That’s how the Supreme Court has answered questions in recent days about an extended timeline for receiving and counting...

Politics | The SCOTUS

HANDMAID'S FAIL: Liberal Cosplay Couldn't Stop Amy Coney Barrett from Joining Supreme Court

Barrett's "her-storic" ascension to the High Court is a victory for all Americans who support greater female representation in government.

Politics | Politics

Barrett and the Illegitimacy Canard | National Review

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says that Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court illegitimate. Let’s review the evidence for such a claim.

Politics | The SCOTUS

Roberts Sides with Liberals in Pennsylvania Vote-by-Mail Battle

The Supreme Court rejected a Republican request to stay a Pennsylvania decision granting Democrats' request to extend the vote count.

Politics | Politics

Legacy of the Court-Packing Plan; A quarter-century after F.D.R. began his unsuccessful battle over the Supreme Court. t

A Lewis article examines Ct in light of F D Roosevelt's unsuccessful '37 Ct-packing plan; finds Ct's independence secure despite changes in nature of its business and attitudes of justices

Politics | The SCOTUS

How The Left Is Trying To Gaslight Americans On ‘Court-Packing’

During a debate between Montana Senator Steve Daines (R) and Democratic Governor-turned-Senate candidate Steve Bullock on Saturday, an exchange took place

History | History

Vice Presidential Debate: Kamala Harris' Dishonesty on Abe Lincoln

Harris claimed at the VP debate that Abraham Lincoln refused to nominate a candidate for Chief Justice in October 1864 because "Honest Abe said, it's not the right thing to do" and wanted the people to vote first. Lincoln, of course, said no such thing.

Politics | The SCOTUS

ACB vs. ‘Know-Nothing’ Democrats - American Greatness

he Democrats have essentially given up on blocking the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. This does not imply, however, that they will fail to turn her hearings into a nasty farce of smears of the nominee as an adherent to a voo

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Romney supports holding a vote on next Supreme Court nominee

The announcement means Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has enough votes to move forward with Trump's pick.

Politics | The SCOTUS

There’s No Downside To Trump Nominating Amy Coney Barrett

This election was always going to be about culture. Trump should treat the election as referendums on cultural issues and nominate Amy Coney Barrett.

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Supreme Court & Republicans -- History Is on the Side of Republicans Filling a Vacancy in 2020 | National Review

Choosing not to fill a Supreme Court vacancy would be a historically unprecedented act of unilateral disarmament.

Politics | The SCOTUS

BREAKING: Amy Coney Barrett Meets With Trump At White House

President Donald Trump met with Amy Coney Barrett on Monday and is reportedly &#8220;moving toward nominating&#8221; her to replace the Supreme Court seat vacated by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week at the age of 87. &#8220;Trump has to

Politics | The SCOTUS

BREAKING: Trump Indicates When He'll Announce SCOTUS Nominee

During an exclusive interview on Fox & Friends Monday morning, President Trump revealed that his list of potential Supreme Court nominees to fill the vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been narrowed down to five and that he’ll announce his choice Friday or Saturday.

Politics | The SCOTUS

This Is No Time for Senate Republicans to Go Wobbly - American Greatness

he instant Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing was announced, the battle lines were drawn. Or, more accurately, one side girded for battle, while Republicans clucked with confusion about what to do next. Which should be no surprise. If Republicans are g

Politics | The SCOTUS

‘There’s A Long History Here’: Ted Cruz Explains Why He Believes SCOTUS Vacancy Is Different Than In 2016

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) explained to ABC News host George Stephanopoulos on Sunday why he believes that President Donald Trump has the constitutional right to appoint a judge to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, despite the Republican-controlled

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All eyes on Roberts ahead of Supreme Court's abortion ruling

Chief Justice John Roberts is under the microscope as the Supreme Court prepares to issue its first major ruling on abortion rights in the Trump era, which will give the clearest indication yet of the court’s willingness to revisit protections tha

Politics | The SCOTUS

Liberal Opinions from Conservative Supreme Court Justices: What Went Wrong?

Haven’t we seen this before? Call it the Souter Switcharoo. Purportedly conservative jurists get on the Supreme Court and write opinions that sound like leftist jurists.

History | History

Why Clarence Thomas's Life Repudiates The Left's Hatred Of America

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas faced down a 'high-tech lynching' by the same people who now claim to be America's arbiters of racial justice.

Politics | The SCOTUS

Supreme Court To Decide If Atheism Keeps Its Monopoly On K-12 Schools

Today the Supreme Court hears a case that could undo a century of decisions that have attacked and undermined religious beliefs.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court stays House subpoena for Trump financial records

The Supreme Court on Monday granted President Trump’s request to temporarily stay a subpoena for his financial records from the House Oversight and Reform Committee while the court considers whether to take up his appeal in the case.

Politics | Leftist Lies

WATCH: Christine Blasey Ford Attorney Admits On Video Client's Testimony Was Politically Motivated | Daily Wire

Christine Blasey Ford's attorney Debra Katz told an audience at the University of Baltimore's Feminist Legal Theory Conference in April that her client was politically motivated to testify against then-U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of alleged

Politics | The SCOTUS

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Opposes Ocasio-Cortez-Backed Supreme Court Stunt | Daily Wire

Desperate to keep a conservative majority from ruling the Supreme Court, leftists have proposed court-packing as a means to tip the scales. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that would be a bad idea.

Politics | Politics

Roberts Thwarted Trump, but the Census Ruling Has a Second Purpose

The Supreme Court rejected Trump’s citizenship question, but the ruling serves a conservative counterrevolution against the administrative state.

News | The News

Ruth Bader Ginsburg praises Brett Kavanaugh and reflects on gender equality - CBS News

Supreme Court justice said that while the "explicit barriers" women faced are largely "gone," many still continue to face "unconscious bias"

Politics | The SCOTUS

Justice Clarence Thomas: Abortion Could Become A Tool Of Racists, Eugenicists

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas issued a stinging concurrence Tuesday, in the case of a comprehensive Indiana law greatly restricting the reasons a woman can obtain an abortion and requiring that all aborted babies be either cremated or buried.

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Chalking tires to enforce parking rules is unconstitutional, court finds

A federal appeals panel ruled in a Michigan case that a parking officer who marks your tires with chalk is trespassing.

Politics | Politics

Collins to support Kavanaugh, securing enough votes for confirmation

GOP Sen. Susan Collins (Maine) said Friday that she will support Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, clinching the votes needed for confirmation.

Politics | POLITICS

SURVEY: Only 39% Of Americans Believe That If Kavanaugh Allegations Are True, It Would ‘Disqualify’ Him From SCOTUS

According to a HuffPo/YouGov survey of 1,000 adults conducted between September 17-18, a large percentage of Americans don’t believe that the allegations against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Politics | From CNN

Brett Kavanaugh is willing to answer questions on allegations as Susan Collins calls for him, accuser to testify - CNNPolitics

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of physical and sexual assault, Christine Blasey Ford, said Monday that they would be willing to testify to Congress about the allegations.

Politics | POLITICS

Ben Sasse Conducts a Two-Minute Master Class in American Civics | National Review

Good for Senator Sasse to remind us all of the Supreme Court’s proper place.

Politics | Politics

Opposition to Kavanaugh Cracks as Liberal Feminist Democrat Endorses Him

Democrat opposition to Judge Kavanaugh took a hit when liberal feminist Lisa Blatt, a Supreme Court star, called on Democrats to confirm him.

Politics | Politics

Thread by @Heritage: "LONG THREAD @SenateDems have done an about-face on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. At first, they had no doubt he was anything l […]" #SCOTUS

Thread by @Heritage: "LONG THREAD @SenateDems have done an about-face on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. At first, they had no doubt he wless than an existential threat to the Constitution. If he were confirmed, they said, millions of liv […]" #SC

Politics | Politics

Exclusive: Vacant Supreme Court seat will likely influence U.S. election turnout, poll shows

U.S. President Donald Trump said he expects a second tax overhaul to be unveiled in October or a bit earlier, and he is considering cutting the corporate tax rate to 20 percent from 21 percent.

Politics | Politics

Donald Trump Made Justice Kennedy an Offer He Couldn’t Refuse | Vanity Fair

Behind the scenes, the president worked for months to assure Kennedy his legacy would be in good hands. “I think the Gorsuch nomination had a huge impact,” one law professor said.

Politics | Other Politics

Kennedy’s Retirement Could Clear Path for Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks

On issues like climate change and water pollution, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy was often a decisive vote.

News | News

Anthony Kennedy retiring from Supreme Court

The retirement gives President Donald Trump another chance to fundamentally reshape the top of the judiciary.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban

Lower courts had found that the initial order and later version exceeded the president’s authority granted by Congress.

News | News

Apple Gets U.S. Supreme Court Review on iPhone App Fee Suit

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Apple Inc.’s bid to kill an antitrust lawsuit over the market for iPhone apps in a case that could shield e-commerce companies from consumer claims over high commissions.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court rules in favor of Ohio 'voter purge'

The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio’s "use it or lose it" practice of cleaning up its voter rolls. 

News | The News

Tennessee store puts 'No Gays Allowed' sign back up after Supreme Court cake ruling

A Tennessee hardware store owner is celebrating the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of a bakery that refused to bake a cake for a gay couple's wedding by placing a "No Gays Allowed" sign in front of his store. 

Politics | Politics

If the Second Amendment falls, our entire Bill of Rights falls

The startling new proposal by 97-year-old former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment to our Constitution’s Bill of Rights is unwise, dangerous and totally unrealistic.

Politics | Politics

OPINION: Trump's travel ban victory should force media to examine itself | TheHill

OPINION | The Supreme Court's stay should concentrate minds in both the judiciary and the media on the loss of objectivity in analysis over the president's immigration order.

News | Interesting Stories

Supreme Court: Rejecting trademarks that ‘disparage’ others violates the First Amendment - The Washington Post

The outcome is likely to affect the legal case of the Washington Redskins, whose trademark registration was revoked in 2014 under the same disparagement clause.

Politics | Politics

The Senate Filibuster, Explained

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch is now going to the Senate floor. The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer of New York, has pledged to lead Democrats in a filibuster of the nomination.

Politics | Politics

Gorsuch: Trump's attack on judges 'demoralizing' | TheHill

Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, on Wednesday called the president's tweets attacking federal judges "disheartening" and "demoralizing."

Politics | Politics

Here Is What It Takes To Confirm A Supreme Court Nominee

President Trump plans to announce his choice to fill the vacant ninth seat on Tuesday. There are a series of actions required to make the replacement official; it is expected to take months.

Politics | Politics

Dispense Contraception or Pay U.S. $1000

A few days ago, I described a pending House bill that would gut the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.   Now, I find out that my a bunch of Democrat U.S. Senators have introduced a bill that would require pharmacists to dispense contraception–even if v

Politics | Politics

Yes, Hillary Wants to Get Rid of the Second Amendment

A “gun violence prevention proposal” such as Hillary’s is simply a smokescreen over the ultimate aim of gun confiscation.

Politics | Other Politics

Meet Obama's New Apointee to the SCOTUS

Merrick Garland, a judge with 18 years' experience, was not the first choice of liberals. But President Obama hopes his ability to win over conservatives will extend to the Supreme Court.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Justice Clarence Thomas breaks 10-year streak, asks question in court - CNNPolitics.com

For the first time in a decade, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke during oral arguments.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court justices don’t belong at the State of the Union - The Boston Globe

The Constitution directs the president to periodically “give to the Congress information of the State of the Union,” and most presidents since Woodrow Wilson have delivered that “information” in a formal speech. But nothing in the Constitution req

Politics | POLITICS

Ruth Bader Ginsburg released a moving tribute to her 'best buddy,' Antonin Scalia

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sunday released a statement paying tribute to a man she called her

Politics | Politics

What Justice Scalia’s death means for pending Supreme Court decisions

Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court’s conservative firebrand, died Saturday, leaving the fate of a controversial and high-stakes term very much up in the air.

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Supreme Court gives broader immunity to police using deadly force in chases

The Supreme Court made it harder Monday to sue police for using deadly force against fleeing suspects, ruling that officers are immune from lawsuits unless it is &ldquo;beyond debate&rdquo; that a shooting was unjustified and clearly unreasonable.