Environmentalists rejoice as a 6-3 majority of the U.S. Supreme Court expands the requirement for seeking a federal permit under the Clean Water Act to include wastewater or sewage that makes its way to navigable waters through the ground. The statute had merely required a permit for ‘direct from the source’ pollutants. With two conservative […]
The Supreme Court just overturned the opinions of two lower courts and said a law enforcement officer who had a hunch did not violate a man’s 4th Amendment rights when he stopped his car without ‘reasonable suspicion’ of lawbreaking.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, an appointee of President Trump’s, makes two simple, but extraordinary statements in a new interview. His thoughtful insight into American exceptionalism and partisan divisions bring much-needed
Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praises her new colleague, Brett Kavanaugh, for being the first Supreme Court Justice to hire an all-female staff. Bill Whittle rarely finds anything to celebrate in Ginsburg’s actions or public statements, but this time she’s not only the Notorious R.B.G., but the Gracious R.B.G.. Yet CBS News misses a crucial detail in this story of historic firsts for women.
Democrat Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has a plan to make the Supreme Court less political by increasing the number of judges — a plan to pack the court. Meanwhile, Matt Ford at NewRepublic.com, says Mayor Pete’s plan won’t fix the Supremes, so he recommends a random drawing for new court picks, with term limits. Will either of these plans depoliticize the highest court, or simply lock in Progressive dominance of the judicial branch?
Robert Mueller and Senate probes find no collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia, so House Democrats launch at least three new investigations of their own. Will this spell #winning for Democrats in the 2020 elections.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s cancerous-growth surgery kept her from hearing arguments, and has increased speculation about a post-RBG Court. But how should Conservative Constitutionalists meet the news that their ideological enemy suffers? Right Angle is a production of the Bill Whittle network of Members who contribute their hard-earned money to ensure conversations […]
The Slants fought the law and…The Slants won — and so did our natural right to freedom of speech enshrined in the First Amendment. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott examine a unanimous Supreme Court decision with implications far beyond The Slants, or the Washington Redskins. Encourage more free speech by becoming a member […]