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Black Activists Applaud Supreme Court Ruling For Voter Integrity

Black Activists Applaud Supreme Court Ruling For Voter Integrity

The National Center For Public Policy And Research Decision Aligns With Project 21 Brief Against Ballot Harvesting, Out-Of-Precinct Voting Affirming a major safeguard for voter integrity, the U.S. Supreme Court today upheld an Arizona ban on “ballot harvesting.” Members of the Project 21 black leadership network said this decision, coupled with the recent defeat of pro-harvesting legislation in the U.S. […]

Commentary: Democrats draft bill to destroy the U.S. Supreme Court

Commentary: Democrats draft bill to destroy the U.S. Supreme Court

By Michael Hernandez Democrats made known their intent to do a hostile takeover of the U.S. Supreme Court through court packing as they introduced legislation—not even waiting for a report from President Joe Biden’s Commission* on the Supreme Court—to increase the number of justices from nine to 13. Leading the hostile takeover of the judiciary—the […]

U.S. Supreme Court overturns California’s restrictions on in-home religious activities

U.S. Supreme Court overturns California’s restrictions on in-home religious activities

By Dan McCaleb | The Center Square   (The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled late Friday that California’s COVID-19 restrictions on in-home religious gatherings, limiting worship to families from a maximum of three households, could not continue. In the 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court reversed a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling allowing […]

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments Regarding Arizona’s Ballot Harvesting Law

EIPCA & EIPAz submit Friend of the Court Brief Supporting Arizona Santa Clarita, California – States across the U.S. watch with anticipation the outcome of the March 3rd U.S. Supreme Court Hearing regarding Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee (Brnovich), a case involving the extent to which states can enact laws to protect the integrity of […]

Texas lawsuit against four states goes to the U.S. Supreme Court: States required to respond by 3 p.m. EST Thursday for selection of 62 electors

Texas lawsuit against four states goes to the U.S. Supreme Court: States required to respond by 3 p.m. EST Thursday for selection of 62 electors

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Supreme Court has responded to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Tuesday lawsuit requiring Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin to reply to the court by 3 p.m. EST Thursday as to why they can go forward in selecting or seating their 62 electors this Monday, Dec. 14 to the Electoral […]

U.S. Supreme Court to rule on seating of electors Tuesday morning

U.S. Supreme Court to rule on seating of electors Tuesday morning

Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito (who administrates the Third Circuit Court which has oversight of Pennsylvania) or possibly the entire U.S. Supreme Court will determine Tuesday morning what to do in regards to the seating of the electors of Pennsylvania by 12 noon EST (through application 20A98). This new development will […]

Tucker Carlson and the Cult of the Court

Tucker Carlson and the Cult of the Court

    By Thomas L. Knapp “The Supreme Court,” said Tucker Carlson on the October 12 edition of his Fox talk show, “exists only to determine whether the laws that our politicians write are consistent with the Constitution of the United States. That’s why we have a Supreme Court. It’s the only reason we have […]

Large worship places will have trouble meeting new CA guidelines; Chula Vista South Bay United Pentecostal appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

Large worship places will have trouble meeting new CA guidelines; Chula Vista South Bay United Pentecostal appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

By Michael Hernandez   CHULA VISTA—The new California Public Health guidelines released Monday will be difficult for large worship places which limits attendance to 25 percent of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is lower.  Chances are that larger worship places will need three services to accommodate 300 persons.   (Editor’s Note: […]

DACA – SCOTUS Oral Argument Tomorrow Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of U. of Calif.

DACA – SCOTUS Oral Argument Tomorrow Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of U. of Calif.

Tomorrow morning, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument on whether President Trump has the power to undo the Obama Administration’s illegal amnesty program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”). Our firm filed four amicus briefs supporting the Trump Administration at various stages of the DACA litigation, our most recent brief having […]

Justice Thomas Cites Amicus Brief Explaining Tie Between Abortion and Eugenics

Justice Thomas Cites Amicus Brief Explaining Tie Between Abortion and Eugenics

(Read brief at link below) It’s not every day that the U.S. Supreme Court references an amicus brief you filed. Tuesday was such a day for us. This was the case involving a challenge to an Indiana pro-life law. In his concurring opinion, Justice Thomas cited our amicus brief discussing the connection between abortion and […]

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