If either or both of these radical proposals become law, human thriving and economic prosperity will be brought to a screeching halt.
Law & the Courts
A Busy Morning at the Supreme Court: Student Speech, Union Organizing, Executive Power, and Fleeing Suspects
The Court rules for a high-school cheerleader who got suspended from the team for a profane Snapchat post.
Justice Clarence Thomas dissented from the eight-justice majority.
In an act of judicial passivism, a five-justice majority rules that the City of New London satisfies the “public use” requirement of the Takings Clause when it takes private property ...
A baker’s beliefs are in the dock against the sort of despotism our Founders risked everything to overcome.
The bill prohibits abortions chosen on the basis of the unborn child’s race, sex, or diagnosis with Down syndrome.
If David Chipman is too radical for Susan Collins, he is without a doubt too radical for Joe Manchin.
Chipman ‘has made statements that demean law-abiding gun owners.’
The ban will remain in place until the 9th Circuit rules in another ‘assault weapons’ case.
The group, totaling 60 to 70 in size, gathered on the premises of Cruz’s home to protest climate change.