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In a true federalism – which is what our founders established – there is no final arbiter of constitutional questions; there is no oligarchy to which all other branches of government must bow and which tramples representative government. That is the beauty of checks and balances. That is the beauty of federalism.
The Second Amendment is not going to be repealed, and if by some chance it were, it would result in a bloodbath when government employees came to confiscate guns.
Is there a coverup going on in the Alabama Senate election that took place on Tuesday? On Monday, it was reported that Montgomery County Circuit Judge Roman Ashley Shaul issued an injunction in response to a lawsuit in which four Alabama voters argued that the state must save the records under state and federal law.
On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel ban can take full effect. Lower courts continue to deal with frivolous lawsuits that seek to fight the ban, despite the fact that it is constitutional. According to the order, the Trump administration is permitted
Editor’s Note: An impeachment is always an option. The 84-year-old Supreme Court justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has put her foot down. She is not stepping down from her position on the Supreme Court anytime soon. Ginsburg has been the subject of rumors that have said the octogenarian would retire during
Every last one of the blocks of Trump’s travel bans ignores the statute that gives the President sweeping power to limit immigration: (f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States
What happens when the law makers themselves become law breakers? Or what happens when those who are charged with enforcing the law also become law breakers themselves? In a police incident in our State’s Capital this past Christmas, a man was arrested by the police and $1500 cash was taken
Supreme Court asked to Strike Down MN Law Banning Political Expression on Clothing Worn at Polling Places
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Challenging a Minnesota law that bans political speech on any “badge, button, shirt, or hat” worn at election polling stations, attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, Cato Institute, Reason Foundation, and The Individual Rights Foundation are calling on the United States Supreme Court to review the case of Minnesota
While many Supreme Court Justices have strayed from what their roles is as justices at the Supreme Court level and engaged in legislating from the bench and being nothing more than political operatives in those seats, some in our history actually spoke straightforward about America, who she is supposed to
On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court struck down a lower court’s ruling that homosexual couples are entitled to marriage benefits. In the case of Jack Pidgeon and Larry Hicks v. Mayor Sylvester Turner and the City of Houston, the court said that the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges