The SCOTUS confirmation hearings began on Monday with the Senate Judiciary Committee opening remarks, and the Judge Gorsuch opening statement.
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While members wade through Cabinet picks and other key posts, the nominee who could leave the biggest impression on America is waiting his turn in the hot seat: Neil Gorsuch.
I first encountered the crisis of judicial ethics as a newly awakened pro-life activist in the late 1980s when Judge Nely Johnson was forced to recuse herself from the case of the so-called “Lovejoy Eight” in Portland Oregon.
On Sunday pro-life Americans celebrated the Sanctity of Human Life, a day celebrated as a tradition started in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan in response to the 11th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Last week President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address. Aside from his lovely tribute to his family, there were more than a few portions of his address that raised eyebrows.
Today’s noon deadline has come and gone, and it looks like The Worst President Ever chickened out of making a quickie recess appointment to the Supreme Court.
This next nomination by President Donald J. Trump, the elect president, 45th incoming president, will be very critical.
With at least one Supreme Court vacancy to fill, the GOP is warning Democrats to avoid the temptation to obstruct.
The election of the GOP nominee wasn’t just about who would be working out of the White House, but who would be filling the bench of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Many of the Christians who upheld Donald Trump to be their representative in the White House profess to uphold Christ’s standard of truth when it comes to the God-endowed institution of marriage.
Washington, D.C. appears to have more in common with a criminal cabal than a true civil government committed to protecting the God given rights of the citizens of the land.
Today the United States Supreme Court in a 5-3 ruling blocked the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals decision which interpreted the word “sex” to include under Title IX “gender identity.”
Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-3 ruling blocked the federal court of appeals decision on the so-called transgender bathroom decision.
The vast majority of people who will vote on November 8th will do so based on what their conscience tells them is right. These people voting their conscience is akin to what Bildad the Shuhite described to Job. Danger lies everywhere.
Noting the one-year anniversary of the 2015 Supreme Court decision redefining marriage to include same-sex couples, the Gallup organization recently released poll data on how many Americans self-identify as LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender), and how many of those are now in legally recognized civil marriages.
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5 to 3 opinion, issues a horrendous opinion with regards to abortion in Texas, striking down two provisions that are common sense regulations.
Now, 43 years later, the CJ Roberts’ court, in a 5 – 3 decision, has overturned the Texas SB 2, ousting Federalism and upholding judicial tyranny.
The U.S. Supreme Court dodges the Obamacare abortion and contraceptive mandate. They’ve sent all of the cases back down to the Courts of Appeal for further consideration.
Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump, released his “short list” of Supreme Court nominees. Included on the list are several who clerked for conservative Associate Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia.
If her daughter Chelsea is any indication, a Hillary Clinton president will quickly become an even better gun salesman than Obama is now.
The absence of Justice Scalia was recently felt in a 4-4 Supreme Court decision requiring mandatory union membership for teachers.
The Union Case before the Supreme Court that just recently resulted in a 4-4 split shows the importance of Justice Scalia, and the importance of filling his seat with someone who respects the original understanding of the Constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued an order asking for supplemental briefing in the Obamacare mandate cases.
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McConnell said Wednesday the Senate will not consider Garland, but will make a decision after the next president is in office.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an unbelievable order, not even allowing for oral argument with regards to an Alabama case involving two women who wanted to adopt a child.
With the current makeup of the Supreme Court, this case will be an indication of what to expect for a number of abortion related cases.
The Alabama Supreme Court has openly rejected the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5 to 4 marriage opinion. They called it “illegitimate and without legal or precedential authority.”
The U.S. Supreme Court side-stepped a very important case involving “change therapy,” a law in New Jersey that says clients may not receive, nor their parents may receive, nor counsellors may provide any kind of counsel that would seek to reduce or eliminate unwanted same-sex sexual attractions, behavior, or identity.
Major Supreme Court decisions currently pending before the United States Supreme Court, and those that may come in the near future, are hanging in the balance with the death of Justice Scalia.