On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments for NIFLA vs. Becerra, the case which focuses on the California “law that requires pregnancy centers to notify women that the state offers subsidies for abortion.”
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The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument today for National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, one of four cases brought by crisis pregnancy centers challenging a California law as a violation of the First Amendment.
The Supreme Court of the United States heard the case called Masterpiece Cake Shop out of Colorado with Jack Phillips.
Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, was sued by two homosexuals for politely declining to bake a cake which celebrated their same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear the forced abortion speech case out of California that forces Crisis Pregnancy Centers to notify clients of abortion options.
The lower federal courts who consistently continuously overturned President Trump’s ‘travel ban’ had their rulings overturned by the US Supreme Court.
Judges may be waiting to see if the Douglas County School Board, which currently has a slim 4-3 conservative pro-choice majority, will flip to anti-choice in the election.
The Texas Supreme Court unanimously ruled re same sex marriage benefits that the 2015 SCOTUS opinion did not address the right to tax, insurance, or other benefits, only the so-called right to marry.
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.
Abortion could clearly be overturned within the next two years at the United States Supreme Court if at least one more justice steps down.
It seems the issues with the death penalty just will not go away. Arkansas had plans to execute eight convicted killers during eleven days in April before their lethal drug expires.
Dems who previously objected to the filibuster, filibustered Judge Gorsuch from sitting on the Supreme Court forcing the GOP to invoke the ‘nuclear option.’
It might be hard for some to believe, but Judge Neil Gorsuch has bipartisan support to be confirmed as the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
No longer is the so-called “transgender case” before the United States Supreme Court. A big development has occurred.
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.
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.