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.
United States V. Texas: The Most Important Constitutional Case The Supreme Court Will Decide This Year
The integrity of the Constitution’s separation of powers doctrine hangs in the balance
‘Roe v Wade is settled law and Citizens United needs to be overturned’
Film portrays Thomas as villain in Anita Hill saga
The court can, and will, do its work and public should, and will, have its say.
‘Time is of the essence’
A Trump victory would all but cede control over the Supreme Court to the left for a generation or more
Should Justice Scalia eventually be replaced with a liberal justice, the emboldened liberal majority will face few limits.
Awarding the dissenter the right to freeload off the union’s bargaining efforts is something that Justice Scalia may still not have been apt to do.
‘It seemed …’