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Neil Gorsuch: Next Antonin Scalia . . . or next Anthony Kennedy?

In typical reality show fashion, Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to fill the open seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by the death of Antonin Scalia last year. According to Trump, this…

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Gay Mafia makes the First Amendment Defense Act necessary

The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform held hearings earlier this week on the First Amendment Defense Act, which was introduced a few months ago in the House of Representatives by Rep. Paul Labrador (R-ID) and by Senator Mike…

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Supreme Court Justice Breyer: Laws in other countries equal to Constitution

Over the past forty to fifty years, the Supreme Court has established a long track record of making decisions based on political considerations and political-correctness instead of relying on what the Constitution says they should do. And as we see in this story, a certain member of the high court actually endorses the practice. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has a new book, The Court and the World, in which he shares his observations about law and the court. In it, as the latest issue of Time reveals, he concludes that there’s clearly nothing wrong with American courts—including SCOTUS—considering the laws and judicial rulings of other nations. For example, should the Supreme Court care that other countries have abolished the death penalty? “If someone with a job roughly like my own, facing a legal problem roughly like the one confronting me, interpreting a document that resembles the one I look to, has written a legal opinion about a similar matter, why not read what that judge has said? I might learn from it, whether or not I end up agreeing with it.” Wait a minute. Why not read what the other judge has said? Hey, Stevie Wonder! How about the […]

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The Supreme Court, Watchtowers, and Anniversaries

And so, the Supreme Court struck down DOMUS (the defense of Marriage act. From The Daily Caller The justices issued two 5-4 rulings in their final session of the term. One decision wiped away part of a federal anti-gay marriage law that has kept legally married same-sex couples from receiving tax, health and pension benefits. […] . . . → Read More: The Supreme Court, Watchtowers, and Anniversaries . . . → Read More: The Supreme Court, Watchtowers, and Anniversaries