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Free speech prevails: Supreme Court invalidates election day dress code

Free speech prevails: Supreme Court invalidates election day dress code

Washington, D.C.; June 14, 2018: The U.S. Supreme Court today struck down a polling-place dress code in Minnesota, upholding free speech rights across the nation. “The Supreme Court today vindicated the constitutional protections of every American,” said PLF Senior Attorney J. David Breemer, who argued the case before the Supreme Court in February. “The Court […]

Trump the Politician: Anti-Abortion vs. Anti-Immigration

Trump the Politician: Anti-Abortion vs. Anti-Immigration

  by Thomas L. Knapp In early June,  Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission (“the gay wedding cake case”) soaked up most of the Supreme Court decision media limelight, even though (or perhaps because) the court’s ruling doesn’t really dispose of the major issues in the case. Another case, also not decided on its […]

Trump Marks 500th Day in Office, Gas Tax Gets Dem State Senator Booted and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (June 2-8/Day 134-139) Week 20

Trump Marks 500th Day in Office, Gas Tax Gets Dem State Senator Booted and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (June 2-8/Day 134-139) Week 20

By Michael Hernandez   June 2 (Saturday):  Day 134 Trump:  “Senate Democrats resisting the will of the American voter” During Saturday’s Weekly Address, President Trump accused Senate Democrats of “resisting the will of the American voter,” and Congressional Democrats of not caring about or wanting border security. “Senate Democrats call it the resistance. They’re resisting […]

Supremes Poised for Blockbuster Finish as Current Term Nears Conclusion

Supremes Poised for Blockbuster Finish as Current Term Nears Conclusion

Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter As the U.S. Supreme Court approaches the conclusion of its 2017 – 2018 term, the justices are expected to release a deluge of decisions in the coming weeks, including marquee opinions addressing mandatory union dues, partisan gerrymandering, and President Donald Trump’s travel ban. As of this writing, there are […]

Marks madness continues – because Supreme Court did its job

Marks madness continues – because Supreme Court did its job

BY ANTHONY L. FRANCOIS, SENIOR ATTORNEY Aside from today’s highly anticipated First Amendment case involving something about cakes, the Supreme Court also issued an important decision in Hughes v. United States. The Court accepted Hughes as a vehicle to clarify what the lower courts should do when the Supreme Court decides a case with no majority opinion. The Court had done so […]

All public forums should be open and uncensored

All public forums should be open and uncensored

  By Paul Driessen President Trump may not block even rude or obnoxious criticism from his Twitter account, because it is a public forum that is protected by the First Amendment, US District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has ruled. The President’s use of his Twitter account to comment on important policy, personnel and personal announcements […]

Our First Amendment’s Betrayal

Our First Amendment’s Betrayal

    By Richard A. Nixon In 1791, two years subsequent to the ratification of the Constitution in the main, the first Ten Amendments, aka, the Bill of Rights was ratified. Its purpose was to make clear that notwithstanding the creation of the federal government in 1789, its authority was defined and limited. The 10th […]

Supreme Court to decide if online sellers must collect sales taxes across America

Supreme Court to decide if online sellers must collect sales taxes across America

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will hear a multibillion-dollar tax dispute on Tuesday and decide whether online merchants can be required to collect sales taxes regardless of where they are located. For online shoppers, the case could mean higher prices, although many large internet sellers, including Amazon, have already been collecting sales taxes in recent […]

Another White House Shakeup, National Credit Card Explodes and So Much More: Look At News Daily  (March 17-23/Day 57-63) Week 9

Another White House Shakeup, National Credit Card Explodes and So Much More: Look At News Daily  (March 17-23/Day 57-63) Week 9

By Michael Hernandez March 17 (Saturday): Day 57 Trump administration seeks more water for California; State opposes plan The next battle between the State of California and the Trump administration — after clashes over the environment, “sanctuary” laws, and the border wall, to name a few — will be over water. The Trump administration is […]

Abortion, free speech in spotlight at top US court

US Supreme Court justices from across the ideological spectrum reacted with skepticism Tuesday to a California law requiring private anti-abortion facilities to inform pregnant clients they can …

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