The Supreme Court has given the state of Hawaii until Tuesday at noon to Respond to the Trump’s administration’s appeal to block the flip flop ruling of U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson in Hawaii, which again disrupts President Trump’s so-called travel ban. From the Supreme Court’s docket for Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al., v. Hawaii, et al.: Jul 15 | Read More »
This week the Supreme Court announced its most controversial decision of the year, allowing parts of President Trump’s immigration ban to go into effect and inviting oral arguments in the fall. How might this decision affect public support for the president’s ban, and for his immigration agenda? In a recent article in the Journal of Legal […]
With the Trinity Lutheran decision offered by the Supreme Court yesterday, we officially reached the end of an era. That case was the last one the Obama Administration took any part in, having filed an amicus brief to the court supporting the state of Missouri’s decision to withhold funds from the Christian school. The decision, which was overwhelmingly in favor of the school and not the | Read More »
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The Supreme Court’s decision to life some of the restrictions on Donald Trump’s travel ban gives at least a partial victory to the Trump Administration. But, buried within the decision is what can only be considered a jab at liberal activist groups. Supreme Court, writing unanimously in the travel ban case, is wise to how liberal activist groups operate pic.twitter.com/Nu97q4omkY — Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) June | Read More »
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There is likely no political issue more important to either side of the ideological spectrum than who controls the Supreme Court. Rumors are building that… Read More
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In response to the Supreme Court decision on June 26th to allow a limited version Trump’s travel ban to take effect, we are re-posting this piece from June 22, 2017. Last week, the 9th Circuit became the latest court to rule against the Trump administration’s executive orders banning travel from six majority-Muslim countries. Trump’s […]
Should “offensive” brand names be allowed to get a federal patent? The Supreme Court answered “yes” on Monday, handing a decisive win to Simon Tam… Read More
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A farmers market and Facebook posts have opened a new front in courtroom battles over religious freedom. It started when Steve Tennes, who owns a… Read More
On Thursday, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a Maryland District Court decision which placed a nationwide injunction on Donald Trump’s infamous executive order/“travel ban” (“EO-2”), barring its implementation. The ruling came as a surprise to some, as EO-2 was thought to be a substantial improvement on EO-1 (previously struck down by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals), and the 4th Circuit is considered | Read More »
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