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Colorado is Going After Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop Again

Colorado is Going After Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop Again

. Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter . Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop fame is suing the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The Commission commenced new proceedings against Phillips on behalf of a transgender complainant just weeks after he prevailed at the U.S. Supreme Court. Phillips’ attorneys say the Commission is engaged in a concerted campaign to […]

Stroke of Luck – Or a Miracle from Heaven?

Stroke of Luck – Or a Miracle from Heaven?

    by Gail DeMario   Whether one sees it as luck or a miracle, President Trump has the opportunity to appoint a second Justice to the Supreme Court.  And that’s where luck and/or miracles stop.  Once a candidate is chosen, it is up to the Senate to confirm his/her appointment to the Court.  Some people […]

Things are heating up in the Supreme Court

Things are heating up in the Supreme Court

     By Gail Hubbs “The Earth is warming.  Humans are contributing.  There is a moral imperative.  There is a huge policy imperative.”  These words were spoken by President Donald Trump’s  newest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.   Inscribed in his judicial opinions in 2013 he wrote, “The task of dealing with global warming is urgent […]

Brett Kavanaugh | Brilliant, Unforeseen SCOTUS Nominee

Brett Kavanaugh | Brilliant, Unforeseen SCOTUS Nominee

. By Arthur Christopher Schaper  President Trump is a superb showman as well as statesman. On his second Supreme Court nomination, he kept the public waiting and his supporters wondering. Before he announced his decision, the Left and their Democratic hordes in Congress raged about the end of Roe v. Wade (and the poorly written, judicial activist imposed […]

6 Big Changes Coming To Public Schools And Politics Thanks To The Supreme Court’s Union Smashdown

6 Big Changes Coming To Public Schools And Politics Thanks To The Supreme Court’s Union Smashdown

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Freedom—Quality—Results—Education Geared to Individuals/NOT Special Interest The Janus decision has changed education for years to come.  Special interests will no longer decide what teachers can do in the classroom—that is now up to the parents and District.  No excuses for bad results.  Parents will have choices […]

Supreme Court Posed For Rightward Shift Under Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Posed For Rightward Shift Under Kavanaugh

Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter . President Donald Trump will nominate Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to the Supreme Court, heralding a decisive rightward shift on the nation’s highest judicial tribunal. In a prime time East Room ceremony at the White House, the president trumpeted his […]

President Trump’s Supreme Court Pick Is Judge Brett Kavanaugh

President Trump’s Supreme Court Pick Is Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter . President Donald Trump will nominate Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to the Supreme Court. The appointment will likely precipitate a sharp shift in the Court’s balance of power, solidifying a conservative majority on the panel for the foreseeable future. Conservative […]

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

  . By Dr. Kevin McNamee Sales tax is considered by economists to be one of the most equitable methods to raise revenue because it is based on consumer’s freedom of choice and is more transparent when compared to income tax rates.  In an effort to stimulate internet growth and online sales, Washington policy makers […]

David Schmus: “Our teachers…are now free”

David Schmus: “Our teachers…are now free”

    Submitted by Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) (Editor’s Note:  Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) is a 65-year old association serving 8,000 Christian public school educators in 50 states by  protecting Christian educators in their profession:  members can purchase a two million dollar professional liability policy; and by equipping Christian educators “to transform their […]

The Die Is Cast For Organized Labor

The Die Is Cast For Organized Labor

  By Richard Colman,  An aide to Julius Caesar said it best:  “Alea iacta est.” (“The die is cast.”) Caesar heard these words in 49 B.C. as he crossed the Rubicon River in Northern Italy to march on Rome. For public-sector unions, the die was cast on June 27, 2018, when the U.S. Supreme Court […]

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