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Politics | The SCOTUS

Brett Kavanaugh, Merrick Garland voted together 93 percent of the time - Washington Times

President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh voted 93 percent of the time with his colleague Judge Merrick Garland, who President Obama unsuccessfully nominated to the Supreme Court in 2016, when they both heard cases together on a federal appe

Politics | The SCOTUS

Brett Kavanaugh just hired the Supreme Court's first all-women law clerk team

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Soros-Funded Groups Behind Anti-Trump Corporate Targeting Campaign

The groups leading a campaign targeting corporations that may benefit from Trump administration policies have received millions from liberal billionaire George Soros.

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Jarrett: At Kavanaugh Hearing, Democrats' Outrageous Conduct Victimizes Him, Ford and All Americans - Sara A. Carter

If Judge Brett Kavanaugh was not telling the truth Thursday at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his nomination to the Supreme Court, he is one of America’s greatest actors. The emotion Kavanaugh evinced during the hearing cannot be feigned. Whe

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Reports: Kavanaugh Has Found 1982 Calendar, Detailed Entries Help Clear His Name

People around Kavanaugh at the time have denied the accuser's claim, and now physical evidence makes it look even more unlikely...

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Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford and the links to George Soros

Look at what’s going on with Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings for the Supreme Court, and the fingerprints of George Soros are all over it.

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BREAKING: FORMER SCALIA LAW CLERK Drops Pictures and Evidence That Blows Christine Ford's Case Wide Open (Updated)

UPDATE BELOW—- Is this a case of mistaken identity?  Accuser Christine Blasey Ford is waging a war on Trump’s SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh with decades-old, unsubstantiated claims of sexual assault in an effort to derail his confirmation to the

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Is the accusation against Kavanaugh the culmination of a set-up from 2012? *UPDATED* - Bookworm Room

A 2012 New Yorker piece naming Kavanaugh as a potential Romney pick for the Supremes may provide the genesis for Christine Ford's questionable accusation.

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Kavanaugh Releases Statement After Accuser Identifies Herself. He Isn't Backing Down.

'Let's not fool ourselves...'

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I was Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh's law clerk -- Let me tell you about the man I know

During his 12 years on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, Judge Kavanaugh has had many law clerks. It was my immense good fortune to be one of them.

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Chuck Schumer Fail: 62% of Americans Want New Supreme Court Justice Before Midterms | Breitbart

Americans want the President to appoint, and the Senate to confirm, a new Supreme Court justice before the 2018 midterm elections -- by a staggering 2-to-1 margin, according to a new poll released Tuesday. - Supreme Court | Big Government Americans want t

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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.

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Bill Bennett, Karen Nussle: Supreme Court's Janus decision could change everything for our schools and kids | Fox News

In 20 to 30 years, we may look back on this week as the turning point when everything changed for America’s teachers and their students.

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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. 

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Supreme Court decides Colorado gay wedding cake case: A timeline of events | Fox News

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding ceremony.

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Janus v. AFSCME: Should Workers Have To Pay Unions To Keep Their Jobs? | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis - IBD

Should you have to pay a union just to keep your job? Five million government workers do. And now, finally, it's being challenged before the U.S. Supreme Court.

History | The Constitution

Dear Supreme Court, it's time to let union workers decide how to spend their money

Mark Janus is a child-support specialist in Illinois who is forced to pay union dues in order to keep his job. As a public employee, he believes that violates his First Amendment right to decide for himself what causes to fund.

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.

Miscellaneous | Interesting

Who Gave Us Justice Ginsburg?

How can liberals credibly uphold the pretense that Supreme Court decisions represent judgments based on the Constitution, when Ginsburg has revealed herself to be a rabid partisan who wants to impose her ideology upon the United States?…

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McConnell: Senate Won't Vote On Obama's Supreme Court Nominee

Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Senate Majority Leader, has definitively confirmed that the G...

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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

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President will not attend requiem for Scalia

The president and first lady will pay their respects on Friday while Scalia lays in repose at the high court. The president's spokesman was unable to say what Obama will do on Saturday instead.

Politics | The circus we run our country with

Congress Can Deny Barack Obama the Power to Replace Justice Scalia

It seems strange to criticize senators who are merely expressing in what circumstances they will withhold their consent when Congress has the power to deny the president the ability to fill this vacancy entirely by itself eliminating this vacancy.

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If Obama appoints Scalia’s successor, the Supreme Court will really jump leftward - The Washington Post

Voting theory tells us that if Obama appoints a new Justice, the Court will shift substantially to the left.

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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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Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia found dead at West Texas ranch

Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.

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Obama for Supreme Court? Clinton is open to the idea

The Democratic presidential front-runner told a voter that appointing Obama to the high court would be a

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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 “beyond debate” that a shooting was unjustified and clearly unreasonable.

Politics | Obamacare

Supreme Court rules in favor of Obamacare in King v. Burwell

The decision means that the Affordable Care Act stands unchanged and that the government can continue subsidizing coverage for millions of Americans.

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Broken lights and the Fourth Amendment - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: Is it a violation of the Constitution for a police officer to act on a misunderstanding of the law? That’s what the Supreme Court asked in its first case of the new term.

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Supreme Court upholds police shooting after high-speed car chase

The police may use deadly force to shoot and kill a motorist who leads them on a reckless, high-speed chase, even if the suspect's car is temporarily cornered, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

News | That's News to Me

Supreme Court Upholds Michigan’s Ban On Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court has ruled that a Michigan ballot initiative to ban racial preferences in college admissions is constitutional, overturning a lower

Politics | Healthcare

Will this court case shatter Obamacare?

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