The recent death of Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has inspired a flooding of praise for the woman’s life and legal record. She has become an almost religious icon for modern feminism, specifically for her history of famous dissenting … Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Satan’s Dissenter
Next month, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a hotly contested case pitting the rights of a religious business owner, Jack Philips, who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado against a gay couple who claim they were discriminated against … Continue reading Discrimination vs. Free Speech: Who Wins?
John McCain and Susan Collins, two longtime moderate Republicans, worked long into the night last weekend to ensure the Judicial Filibuster on the Supreme Court remained in effect. Despite their best efforts Democrats walked away from the table and several … Continue reading The Old Senate Is Dead: Long Live The New Senate
Since Donald Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court seat of the late Antoin Scalia, rumors have swirled that Anthony Kennedy may be contemplating retirement at the end of what would be his 29th term. He has made … Continue reading What Happens If The Court’s Ideological Make-Up Is At Stake?
While Republicans might be struggling on what to do about Obamacare there is no such disunity over Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick. Indeed, virtually every elected Republican official and outside groups have praised Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court; Neil … Continue reading The Democrats No Win Strategy On Gorsuch
Last night, President Trump announced Federal Judge Neil Gorsuch as his pick to fill Justice Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court of the United States. It had come earlier that day that this nomination was very likely. The official announcement … Continue reading The Road to the Supreme Court: Judge Neil Gorsuch