‘We further inform you that …’
‘The judges will follow the Constitution’
Bill could make the Clean Power Plan virtually impossible to implement
‘We have not addressed directly the right to videotape police officers’
‘Recognition of the right to get married without any form of discrimination’
‘We are very encouraged by the Court’s decision’
One of just a few conservative commencement speakers
Make no mistake: Trump has the potential to become a formidable candidate.
The bottom line is that we do not yet know what will happen in November
‘I think I would expect the right type of people …’
Historically been regulated by the state, not local, government
Ted Olson once reliably opposed the Supreme Court rewriting the Constitution, now he embraces it.
‘It sends a message that religious people and their institutions are second-class citizens’
‘Even Snooki knows …’
‘A real reality check for anyone in Washington who thinks that this issue is really animating voters’
The Clean Power Plan was expected to cost a staggering $41 billion annually
‘Paves the way for some measure of justice’
Like open-borders advocates, Sotomayor tried to claim as precedent the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program
This should not be a difficult decision for the Supreme Court. Obama broke the law and his executive memo should be declared void.