The Supreme Court has announced that it will reconsider race-based affirmative action in college admissions, a decision that could eliminate a practice that in recent years has primarily benefitted black and Hispanic applicants. The high court will specifically listen to […]
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Forty-six (46) Republican Senators and 139 Republicans in the House of Representatives have filed a “friend of the court” amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the upcoming case challenging the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates for private companies. The
(READ) Supreme Court: some illegal aliens have no right to get out of custody on bond while awaiting deportation
Illegal aliens who illegally re-enter the US after being deported are not entitled to a bond hearing. That’s according to a Supreme Court ruling. The court’s ruling distinguishes between illegal aliens who have not been previously removed, and illegal aliens
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case addressing whether a school board can suspend a student for off-campus speech. The case involves a Pennsylvania county high school freshman’s “f-bomb”-laden snapchat post aimed at the school she attends.
POLL: Ninety-eight percent (98%) say Biden should keep his “hands off” the structure of the U.S. Supreme Court
“Hands off!” the Supreme Court of the United States, said 98% of the over 2,300 people who responded to the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Two percent (2%) said that President Biden should change the structure of the Supreme Court.
A Colorado baker who won a victory in the United States Supreme Court after refusing to create a wedding cake for a two gay men in 2012 is back in court. This time, it’s after he refused to create a
The United States Supreme Court is declining to hear the last remaining 2020 election fraud cases filed by pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood. One case challenged the Wisconsin Election Commission’s changes to absentee voting policies without legislative approval before the 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court recently refused to hear two cases involving 2020 election challenges. A one-sentence opinion put an end to two so-called “kraken” cases filed by pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell, taking issue with the election results in Arizona and