Supreme Court turns away Pa GOP’s challenge to court-drawn electoral map; basically saying such juidicial intervention compatible with republican form of government (Guarantee Clause)
Preemption: “Federal Court Allows Texas To Enforce Governor’s Anti-Sanctuary City Law”
California city passes resolution purporting to opt out of California’s sanctuary state laws.
14A DP: federal judge throws out L.A.’s ‘gang injunctions’, effective crime-fighting tool which prevent people from associating with gang members, etc.
1A: suit allowed to proceed for refusing an ad in a radical lawyers association dinner program booklet deemed a ‘public accommodation’
1A: California college holds public event on Islam, but chides questioners, calls cops, tries to stop videotaping.
1A: we should move back to the Founders’ understanding of libel and afford more protection to the expression of opinion
1A: Wolff ‘Fire and Fury’ book about Trump is speech funded by a corporation and thus protected by controversial Citizens United decision
1A: Federal Election Commission acknowledges it can’t ban political books
2A: The hidden hand of the Left: “‘March For Our Lives’ Now Operating Under Dark Money Nonprofit Advocacy Group”
2A: Gun grabbers out themselves – talk up “taking a huge number of guns away from a huge number of gun owners.”
4A: police violated right to privacy when forced defendant to masturbate to compare to pix sent to girlfriend
8A: Supreme Court declines to hear sweeping challenge to constitutionality of the death penalty
10A: Sessions is wrong; “nullification is as American as apple pie”
14A DP: South Carolina students’ challenge of Disorderly Conduct law may go forward; law too vague to give notice of what constitutes an offense
14A DP: challenge by civil detainee held 8 years under California’s sexual predator law may go forward (9th Circuit)
Supreme Court takes first Contract Clause case in a generation, could breathe life back into former cornerstone of limited government
Supreme Court passes up chance to end Auer Deference to federal agencies interpreting their own regulations
The Constitution is a contract and the Progressives have breached it with their ‘living document’ theories and judicial departures starting with the New Deal
Secession of the South proves the Constitution is a freedom document, not a slavery document.
Supreme Court 101: History and Basics. And, of course, Marbury v. Madison where the Court arrogated power it didn’t have under the Constitution
1A: How NOT to do the First Amendment – students throw rocks and damage vehicles during national school walkout
Shame! Nashville high school students tear down, stomp on U.S. flag during national school walk-out
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