If Biden expects to have a justice confirmed before the midterms, his choice needs to be as close to the ideological center as possible.
Tag: Supreme Court
The 2022 March for Life had renewed optimism amidst what many people hope are the waning days of Roe v. Wade as we know it.
NPR Refuses to Correct Flawed Reporting on SCOTUS, Even After Justices Central to Story Issue Stark Denials
Even though three Supreme Court justices deny a recent NPR report, the liberal media outlet is not issuing a correction.
A statement from Chief Justice John Roberts completely debunks a bombshell report from NPR's Nina Totenberg.
The justices are apparently stiffly divided over a request from Chief Justice John Roberts to mask up during proceedings.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of a high school football coach in Washington state fired for post-game, on-field prayers.
The Supreme Court dealt Biden and other border wall opponents a blow by ordering lower courts to revisit rulings about the wall.
'Houses of worship and religious organizations provide soul-sustaining operations that are essential to our society.'
GOP Rep: Biden Committed 'Impeachable' Offense with Comment on Constitutionality of Eviction Moratorium
The Democrats used flimsy, unsubstantiated grounds to 'justify' impeaching Donald Trump, but Joe Biden truly deserves it.
'About half of all housing providers are mom-and-pop operators,' the head of one industry group said in response to the ban.
Biden admitted regarding the eviction moratorium, 'The bulk of the constitutional scholarship says that it’s not likely to pass constitutional muster.'
The Biden administration, which earlier said there was no legal way to keep an eviction moratorium in place, is no longer worrying about that.
It appears that the reporter's question suggested the White House should ignore the Supreme Court to extend an eviction moratorium.
'Regardless of outcomes, the people of the United States have some very serious internal decisions to process.'
'The fight has been long, but we are hopeful the Supreme Court will right the wrongs,' the First Liberty Institute said in a Twitter post.
CNN legal analyst and Supreme Court biographer Joan Biskupic shared the information from an exclusive interview with the associate justice.
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal from Christian Florist Who Was Punished for Refusing Service to a Gay Wedding
Stutzman said her floral arrangements were a work of art and creating one for a same-sex wedding would violate her freedom of expression.
President Joe Biden claimed he's battling Republicans over 'who gets to count the vote and whether your vote counts at all.'
The US Supreme Court upheld Arizona's two controversial voting rules in a 6-3 decision on Thursday, dealing a major blow to Democrats.
'The Founders recognized that the protection of private property is indispensable to the promotion of individual freedom.'
Apparently, there are some long traditions that are acceptable to Democrats - when they suit their personal lives.