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Supreme Court To Hear Case That Could End Forced Labor Union Participation

  Labor Unions Are FREAKING OUT Over A Supreme Court Case That Could End Forced Union Participation Jeff Rhodes Managing Editor, Freedom Foundation With the U.S. Supreme Court less than a month away from considering oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, it’s time to brace for the landslide of union misinformation certain to begin cascading down the mountains of truth any day now. The plaintiffs in Janus argue mandatory union participation is unconstitutional because it abridges their First Amendment rights of free speech and free association to have any moneyRead More


Supreme Court Declined To Hear Challenges To Two State Gun Control Laws

  The Supreme Court’s Steely Silence On Gun Rights Continues Kevin Daley Supreme Court Reporter The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear challenges to two state gun control laws Monday, in keeping with its recent reluctance to decide cases involving the Second Amendment. The lawsuits in question challenged gun control laws in Maryland and Florida. Maryland adopted a so-called assault weapons ban following the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre in 2012, while Florida has a long-standing ban on the open carry of firearms. The challenge to Maryland’s law was backedRead More


Supreme Court Sides With Trump: Travel Ban To Take Effect

  Supreme Court Allows Travel Ban To Take Effect Kevin Daley Legal Affairs Reporter The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will review lower court rulings blocking enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order on refugee and migrant entry, and stayed injunctions barring the order’s implementation. The announcement is a major victory for the president, whose signature immigration policy has been stymied repeatedly by the federal courts. The justices consolidated two travel ban cases from the 4th and 9th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and scheduled oral arguments for theRead More


CONFIRMED: Meet Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch

Judge Neil Gorsuch Confirmed To Supreme Court by Kevin Daley The Senate confirmed Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to succeed the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court Friday, elevating a youthful conservative jurist to the nation’s highest tribunal who could shape American jurisprudence for decades. The 54-45 vote hewed closely to party lines. Three Democrats, including Sens. Joe Manchin, Heidi Heitkamp, and Joe Donnelly, joined all 52 Republicans in voting for Gorsuch’s confirmation. The vote followed Thursday’s procedural decision by the Senate’s Republican majority to abolish the 60-vote thresholdRead More


John Elway Pens Personal Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Urging Confirmation of Judge Gorsuch

                        John Elway sends letter urging Senate Judiciary Committee to confirm Judge Gorsuch