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Democrats force recall backers to fight another court battle

Democrats force recall backers to fight another court battle

by Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO – Most recall elections are primarily about electoral politics, as both sides duke it out with the usual broadcast ads and ground campaigns. But the burgeoning Republican effort to recall Orange County’s Democratic Sen. Josh Newman has turned into an inside-the-Capitol political fight as well as a high-profile legal battle. It could be months […]

The Second 100 Days (Trump Briefs: July 8-14 /Day 170-176) Week 26

The Second 100 Days (Trump Briefs: July 8-14 /Day 170-176) Week 26

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, July 15 (Day 177): Two Papal aides attack conservative Christians and Steve Bannon Two aides of Pope Francis have attacked American conservative Christians and Steve Bannon (President Trump’s aide) as promoters of “apocalyptic geopolitics.” In the article, Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro, the editor-in-chief of the quasi-official Vatican periodical La Civiltà Cattolica, slams […]

Pacific Legal Foundation appeals EPA veto of vital road project in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Pacific Legal Foundation appeals EPA veto of vital road project in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Pacific Legal Foundation joined with Marquette County officials today in appealing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s unjustified veto of a local road project that is vital for community safety and environmental health. Representing the Marquette County Road Commission free of charge, PLF attorneys filed an appeal with the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, seeking […]

Oxnard Pair sentenced for Crime Spree that Ended with Simi Valley Victim being Beaten with Pry Bar

Oxnard Pair sentenced for Crime Spree that Ended with Simi Valley Victim being Beaten with Pry Bar

Weekend Circuit: Muslim Group Under Fire, Mass. Gun Law Stands

Weekend Circuit: Muslim Group Under Fire, Mass. Gun Law Stands

This is Weekend Circuit, buy cialis a weekly review of the serious and the silly in federal appellate courts in the last week. Council On American Islamic Relations Will Stand Trial For Fraud The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday senior officials at CAIR, a public interest law firm representing Muslim-Americans, must stand trial […]

Common sense and child abuse

Common sense and child abuse

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CA Supreme Court clears Citizens United challenge

CA Supreme Court clears Citizens United challenge

By James Poulos . Critics of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Citizens United case cheered a ruling by the California Supreme Court, which cleared the way for a ballot measure that would express support for an end to the campaign finance regime the nation’s highest court authorized. “The California Supreme Court ruled 6 to 1 […]

Arbitration Isn’t The Problem

Arbitration Isn’t The Problem

  , By Thomas L. Knapp Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Robert Gebeloff of the New York Times claim to have discovered “a far-reaching power play orchestrated by American corporations” (“Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice,” October 31). They’re missing the forest for the trees. Arbitration is not the problem. Corporate preference for private arbitration instead […]

One Sentence Shows Just How Much The Media Is Covering For Planned Parenthood

One Sentence Shows Just How Much The Media Is Covering For Planned Parenthood

CA death penalty goes on trial

CA death penalty goes on trial

. California’s practice of capital punishment has landed on a death row of its own. “The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled to hold a hearing in Pasadena on a lower-court decision that found California’s death penalty system unconstitutional and plagued by delays that have robbed a death sentence of any value in deterring […]

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