“You have no Constitutional right to endanger the public and spread the disease,” according to Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, who was part of President Trump’s impeachment defense team. Dershowitz tells Jason Goodman on Crowdsource the Truth that the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution gives states the power to protect the public health, […]
Attorney General Bill Barr argues behind closed White House doors that 2020 is a bad time to repeal Obamacare, according to CNN, as the Trump administration finalizes its Supreme Court argument. In the midst of a pandemic, and a presidential election year, does it make sense to, instead, attempt a partial repeal of ACA? Should […]
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.
The Supreme Court backs Trump plan to deny green cards to those who get public aid, in a move to prevent the Cloward-Piven collapse for which some Democrats yearn. That’s just one topic on this week’s Right Angle Lightning Round. Other short stories include… Why Democrats oppose the educational liberty offered by charter schools How […]
Three women who intentionally violated a Laconia, New Hampshire, ordinance by publicly exposing their chests, will not make their case before the Supreme Court of the United States. The court refuses to hear their claim unfair treatment under the law, a 14th Amendment Constitutional challenge, despite the all of the memes and celebrity support for […]
The lede spells out just why so many conservatives overlooked their concerns, and voted for Donald Trump, and why many more will do so in November 2020.
“After three years in office President Donald has remade the federal judiciary, ensuring a conservative tilt for decades, and cementing his legacy no matter the outcome of November’s election.”
The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to review a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that Boise, Idaho, violated the 8th Amendment rights of homeless people by levying a small fine for sleeping on the sidewalk. Is keeping public spaces clear of vagrants “cruel and unusual punishment” if no suitable homeless shelters exist?
The parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting may sue Remington Arms over the way the firearms company marketed its AR-15 style Bushmaster rifle, according to the U.S. Supreme Court. Can marketing be murder?
Does an American citizen have freedom of speech to urge an illegal alien to violate immigration law? The Supreme Court takes up a 1st Amendment case of a Evelyn Sineneng-Smith who urged unqualified immigrants to stay in the United States as part of a fraudulent business she ran, duping clients out of thousands of dollars with false promises. Should open-borders Progressives and Democrats have a protected free speech right to verbally induce people to break the law?
The New York Times runs an uncorroborated, single-source, decades-old, piece of gossip about now-Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a college party. The woman in question won’t talk, and her friends say she has no recollection of the alleged incident.
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
Planned Parenthood rejects $60 million federal Title X money after the Trump administration says grant recipients cannot refer women to abortion providers as a method of family planning. The grant money normally goes to fund birth control, screenings for sexually transmitted diseases, as well as breast and cervical cancer detection. How has President Trump — a man with shifting convictions on the life issue — achieved the first substantive shift in the pro-life direction in decades?
Federal Circuit judge blocks President Trump from forcing drug makers to reveal prices in their advertising. But D.C. Circuit Judge Amit Mehta did so by saying a regulatory agency doesn’t have authority to require this: Congress must pass a law. How can conservatives grapple with two objects of their desire in conflict — the end of Obamacare, and a commitment to Constitutional separation of powers.
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.