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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Case Against Texas Abortion Law

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Case Against Texas Abortion Law

by Laurel Duggan The U.S. Supreme Court said it will hear arguments on Texas’ heartbeat bill Nov. 2, according to a Friday announcement. The court granted certiorari to the case, Whole Woman’s Health et al. v. Jackson et al., on an expedited basis and will not block the Texas abortion law for the time being […]

Sotomayor Accused Of Undermining Integrity Of Supreme Court

Sotomayor Accused Of Undermining Integrity Of Supreme Court

by Bob Unruh Sonia Sotomayor Sonia Sotomayor, a Barack Obama appointee to the Supreme Court and one of its most dedicated leftist ideologues, is “undermining” the integrity of the court by speaking out on pending issues – and then encouraging other activists to go out and change the law. The criticism of Sotomayor comes from […]

California Supreme Court Rules Against The Proposed 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission Map Deadline

California Supreme Court Rules Against The Proposed 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission Map Deadline

SACRAMENTO, CA—Today, the California Supreme Court ruled on the 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission’s (Commission) petition to clarify and/or modify the writ of mandate issued by the Court on July 17, 2020 (Legislature of CA v Alex Padilla S262530)—when it ruled that the Commission should have until December 15, 2021 to submit its maps to […]

EIPC Election Integrity Project California

EIPC Election Integrity Project California

EIPC Election Integrity Project California learn how we can win this recall election September 14. Join us this Saturday at 7 pm.  We are doing an in-person, outdoor, movie night as an Election Integrity Project California, EIPC is part of a lawsuit regarding the process of how we vote in California and has evidence of […]

U.S. Supreme Court Rules For States’ Election Integrity Efforts

U.S. Supreme Court Rules For States’ Election Integrity Efforts

Election Integrity Project- California Press Release Santa Clarita, Calif. – On Tuesday, July 6, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state of Arizona’s right to protect the integrity of its voting process.  The Democratic National Committee had challenged Arizona’s policy that prohibited ballot harvesting and Arizona’s requirement that in-person voters cast their vote at their designated precinct. The […]

Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voting Law, Ballot Harvesting Ban

Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voting Law, Ballot Harvesting Ban

Thomas Catenacci The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a recent Arizona voting law that placed restrictions on absentee voting and ballot harvesting. The high court upheld the Arizona law, ruling that states are able to pass laws that prevent voter fraud, according to the decision Thursday. Several voting rights groups had condemned the law, […]

The Week in Review

The Week in Review

T. Becket Adams Here’s everything you need to know about what happened this week: Putin Meets Biden: President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met this week for the first summit of the U.S. executive’s presidency. CNN reports: President Joe Biden said he had raised human rights and cyberattacks during a summit with Russia’s […]

SCOTUS Should Clarify Tinker in Favor of Free Speech, Not School Control

SCOTUS Should Clarify Tinker in Favor of Free Speech, Not School Control

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp In 1969, the US Supreme Court held, in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, that students don’t “shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate.”   Schools may only prohibit, censor, or punish student speech which would “materially and substantially interfere with the […]

Supreme Court takes up major Second Amendment case

Supreme Court takes up major Second Amendment case

By Casey Harper | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court Monday announced it would hear a major Second Amendment court case that could have broad implications for gun rights. This would be the first time the highest court in the land has considered a gun rights case with the latest […]

In Carr v. Saul, Supreme Court bolsters separation of powers

In Carr v. Saul, Supreme Court bolsters separation of powers

Washington, D.C.;  On April 22, 2021 the Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion in Carr v. Saul, holding that Social Security claimants can raise constitutional challenges before a federal court rather than an agency administrative law judge (ALJ).  Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the case arguing that ALJs lack the legal authority to decide constitutional issues.  “The Court’s decision is a step toward reopening the courthouse doors to individuals who have been deprived […]

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