1A Religion: Christian student group wins in court, can choose own leaders
1A: federal judge upholds Arkansas anti-BDS law forbidding state agencies from dealing with companies that boycott Israel (other courts have gone the other way)
5A Fundamental Rights: failure of South Dakota bill affirming parental rights to resist the transitioning of their gender-confused kids should terrify parents
Amendment to affirm a constitutional right for parents to “direct the upbringing, education, and care of their children” introduced in the House
14A Due Process: Supreme Court declines to stay execution of Muslim inmate in Alabama who had sued to have imam present in death chamber.
1A: forcing students to fill in world history course worksheet with ‘no god but Allah’ does not establish a religion or compel speech (4th Circuit) #CreepingSharia
Free Expression: Islam very successful in suppressing criticism of its treatment of women; feminists overlook “child marriages, forced marriages, female seclusion, honor killings, gang rapes of infidel women, or the enslavement and sale of females for sex slavery.” Not to mention FGM.
Free Expression: English woman arrested for ‘misgendering’ trans activist on Twitter
Free Expression: tech giants that punish social media users for ‘misgendering’ are killing freedom of expression
1A Right of Association: Women suing for sexual harassment at Yale fraternities seek to have them opened to women. #ABridgeTooFar
1A Right of Association: the section of the Delaware Constitution requiring judges to be Republican or Democrat is unconstitutional
1A: gun groups file suit against New Jersey for law criminalizing the sharing of gun blueprints online
2A: map shows many more states now allowing concealed carry than in 1986
2A: Washington State sheriff refuses to enforce state’s restrictions on ‘assault rifles’
5A Due Process: new lawsuit claims holding immigration court by videoconference limits access to justice and is a pretext for speeding deportations https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/12/nyregion/immigration-court-video-teleconferencing.html
14A Equal Protection: trade association objects to Pennsylvania bill that would tax adult video games an extra 10%
Electoral College: Dems pushing National Popular Vote Compact in their ‘trifecta’ states
State Constitutions: rational basis test for substantive due process and equal protection claims under state constitutions tougher than in Supreme Court ‘anything goes’ jurisprudence
Judicial ‘minimalism’ explained - courts should avoid broad sweeping declarations and decide cases on the narrowest ground possible
Whatever notions you have about traffic camera speed traps being unconstitutional, forget it says Iowa Supreme Court
“George Washington Letter on God and the Constitution Revealed”
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