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On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case involving Christian..
Chief Justice John Roberts wasn’t the only one who predicted that 2015 wasn’t the end of the battle for marriage — but the beginning of the fight for freedom.
The Supreme Court has now heard the arguments in the Masterpiece Cakes case, a case that pits gay rights against religious rights.
One of the more fascinating briefs filed in the case came from a group of “cake artists as amici curiae in support of neither party.”
The latest trends following President Trump’s victory suggest that America is going to be a conservative county for a long time. Here are five reasons why!
The Supreme Court’s next term kicks off Monday and while there are plenty of important cases on the horizon, all eyes will also be on Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.
David French, senior writer for the National Review, tweeted, “It’s all fun and games until Trump makes a deal with Schumer on the next SCOTUS nominee.”
President Donald Trump’s DOJ filed an amicus brief with the High Court Thursday in support of the Christian baker, Jack Phillips.
After a play about her dear friend Justice Antonin Scalia, Ginsburg said she wished for the days when people on both sides got along as well as she and Scalia did.
The rookie justice was telling his six colleagues that they drafted the opinion too narrowly, and that he thought the free exercise principles applied more broadly.
The early signs from Justice Neil Gorsuch, who joined the Court in April, show that he will hew to the late Justice Scalia’s brand of jurisprudence, both in his conservatism and his boldness.
In a string of positive developments at the Supreme Court, a Missouri church, Trinity Lutheran, is celebrating a huge victory (7 – 2 SCOTUS ruling ) for its playground.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at Georgetown University on Thursday, and some of the things she revealed may surprise her liberal fans.
Justice Gorsuch now is the ninth justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. What are the implications immediately?
Dems who previously objected to the filibuster, filibustered Judge Gorsuch from sitting on the Supreme Court forcing the GOP to invoke the ‘nuclear option.’
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) put his finger on the nuclear trigger — the same procedural bomb Democrats dropped in 2013 — and never looked back.
Souter was labeled a “stealth nominee” to advance the liberal agenda. Could Judge Neil Gorsuch be another Souter?
If you thought your job interview was tough, try being Neil Gorsuch. The president’s Supreme Court pick has spent three grueling days under the microscope of nitpicking Democrats.
The SCOTUS confirmation hearings began on Monday with the Senate Judiciary Committee opening remarks, and the Judge Gorsuch opening statement.
Two major victories in high courts in the battle against the radical LGBT agenda! One in the Arkansas Supreme Court and another in the Supreme Court of the United States.
“The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit for further consideration in light of the guidance document issued by the Department of Education and Department of Justice on February 22, 2017.”
Since the Constitution’s provisions for right and equal treatment under the law mostly refer to “persons,” we ought not to forget that word applies generally to citizens and non-citizens alike.
Nothing – nothing – is more important than the president’s selection of a nominee to replace Antonin Scalia. And this is where “We the People” come in.
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.
President-elect Donald Trump earned the loyal support of Christian voters because of his promise to appoint only constitutional originalists to the Supreme Court.
This next nomination by President Donald J. Trump, the elect president, 45th incoming president, will be very critical.
If President Trump does not nominate pro-life justices to the Supreme Court, I will be surprised and disappointed, although not shocked, since I do not put my absolute trust in people, especially political leaders.
AFTAH to Trump: ‘Gay Marriage’ NOT ‘Settled’ Law – Urges President-elect to Honor His Pledge to GOP Voters to Defend Traditional Marriage
AFTAH President Peter LaBarbera called on President-elect Donald Trump to revise his estimation that the Supreme Court has “settled” the issue of homosexual “marriage”–and instead honor his pledge to America’s voters to defend natural marriage.
Last week, it was reported that unConstitutional Obamacare was working as designed. I pondered this, aware that forcing people to buy healthcare is an illegal act.