Arizona on Thursday appealed a judge’s decision to block key parts of the state’s crackdown on illegal immigrants and police in Phoenix arrested scores of activists protesting the remaining measures in the law. Lawyers for Governor Jan Brewer and Arizona asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to lift an injunction blocking the most intrusive parts of the law, known as SB 1070, and asked for […]
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of individual gun rights today, striking down Chicago’s 28-year-old handgun ban almost two years to the day after the Court struck down the D.C. gun ban. The ruling in McDonald vs. Chicago is a major win for gun-rights activists who are thrilled to see an individual right to arms affirmed by the nation’s highest court once again. The D.C. ruling applied only to […]
Erick Erickson over at Red State has obtained a copy of Elena Kagan’s Thesis. A read will convince anyone that she has strong socialist leanings. What else would we expect from the President? How about this quote in her conclusion? “The story is a sad but also a chastening one for those who, more than half a century after socialism’s decline, still wish to change America….” This proves Elena Kagan […]
What the photo shows tells me is Kagan has a great open stance that shows she knows how to play Softball. I didn’t know all female softball players were gay… heck did I waste my time gawking at the softball players during college? All this time I thought I wasn’t appealing. I don’t care if Kagan is Gay, straight, black, white, from new york, or a Jew…. What I do […]
You go for it President Obama, Pick a Supreme Court Nominee that worked for Goldman Sacs. This really is the Presidents safest bet as Ms. Kagan has already gone through a vetting process and was confirmed easily by the Senate when she came up for confirmation as Solicitor General . She also has very little case history to come under scrutiny. Basically no one knows her views on court decisions. […]
The Supreme Court says Uncover that cross! The Supreme Court has said a federal court went too far in ordering the removal of a congressional endorsed war memorial cross from its longtime home in California. In ruling the cross could stay, the justices said federal judges in California did not take sufficient notice of the government’s decision to transfer the land in a remote area of California to private ownership. […]
Justice John Paul Stevens, who came to embody the liberal voice on an increasingly conservative Supreme Court, announced Friday that he is retiring — giving President Barack Obama his second seat to fill on the nation’s high court.
In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the recent Citizens United v. FEC case — which overturned campaign finance law that barred corporations and unions from paying unlimited sums for political ads and was widely hailed by conservatives as a victory for first-amendment rights — Democratic leaders in Congress have begun taking steps to circumvent the decision. Reports the Financial Times: Senior Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation yesterday that would […]