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“Justice The Guardian Of Liberty.” -Supreme Court Building I remember back in the year 1980 when Herb Brooks picked up a bunch of college students who were set to war against the greatest hockey team in the world. The Russians were undefeated and a force with which to be reckoned. …
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WASHINGTON, D.C. —In a victory for the First Amendment, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a college student cited by campus police for “disorderly conduct” for speaking about his Christian faith and distributing religious literature on campus can sue officials for violating his free speech rights. In its 8-1 decision …
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“If this is revised by the courts, you can count on the fact that it will further strip the people from the rights that God has clearly given them.” It is something that I noticed decades ago, the Supreme Court likes to pick and choose the cases that make way …
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Last week, the Free Thought Project reported on HR 127, the most tyrannical gun bill ever proposed. The bill would target the poor by forcing citizens to pay $800 per year to possess firearms that they are required to register. It also bans multiple legal guns and ammo types, turning tens of …
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As the recall numbers near the legal threshold to removed California Governor Gavin Newsom, the US supreme Court struck down California’s indoor worship ban. California: Recall Newsom Efforts Close In On Required 1.5 Million Signatures Newsom’s Recall Strategy – Play the Victim California Tyrant Gavin Newsome Lifts COVID Restrictions Immediately …
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WASHINGTON, DC — Coming to the defense of a military cadet raped while enrolled at West Point Military Academy, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to affirm the right of military servicemembers to sue the government over injuries suffered as a result of government negligence. In an amicus brief …
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1. The Supreme Court’s Dereliction of Duty The Pennsylvania Lawsuit As pointed out in the interview [and previously here], Art. I, §4, cl. 1, US Constitution, delegates to state and federal legislatures alone the power to make the laws addressing the “times, places and manner” of conducting federal elections. In …
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WASHINGTON, DC — In an 8-0 ruling that affirms the right of religious individuals to not be persecuted for their faith, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of three men who were allegedly placed on a “no fly” list as retaliation for refusing to act as FBI informants within their …
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The US supreme Court has elected to not hear the Texas lawsuit, but it is one of the very reasons they exist under the Constitution. The Texas Tribune reports: Briskly rejecting a long-shot but high-stakes case, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday tossed out the Texas lawsuit that had become …
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to keep the government from meddling in church affairs. In weighing in before the Court in Episcopal Church v. The Episcopal Diocese of Ft. Worth, Rutherford Institute attorneys warn against a trend in which state courts have attempted to …
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