Schumer Owes Kavanaugh, Gorsuch a Real Apology

It would be a gross understatement—and in no way a pun, intended or otherwise—to describe as “injudicious” what Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Wednesday to and about Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. “Injudicious” is defined by Webster’s New World College Dictionary as “showing poor judgment; not discreet or wise,” and the […]

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Unanimous Supreme Court: It’s ‘Predictable’ That Noncitizens Will Act ‘Unlawfully’

On its way to ruling by a 5-4 majority that the Secretary of Commerce cannot ask a citizenship question in the 2020 Census, the Supreme Court unanimously concluded that states had legal standing to sue the federal government over this issue based on the court’s conclusion that it is “predictable” that noncitizens will act “unlawfully” […]

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Romney: Justice Roberts’ Healthcare Ruling ‘Not Accurate’

Republican nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday addressed his past praise for Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts in light of Robert’s deciding vote in favor of upholding the healthcare legislation. “He’s a very bright person and I look for people who follow the Constitution,” Romney said on CBS News‘s “This Morning.” Romney on his website […]

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Was Obama’s Supreme Court Victory A Tactical Or Strategic Win For Obama Or Republicans?

Thursday’s  5-4 Supreme Court ruling basically guarantees that US president Barack Obama’s healthcare initiative – Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) – will become a major issue in this fall’s presidential election. This was the gist of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Robert’s opinion that upheld the law. For Roberts, the Federal government’s power to tax […]

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Why Did Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts Give In To Obama?

Why Roberts Did It He’s the custodian of the Court’s reputation. By Charles Krauthammer It’s the judiciary’s Nixon-to-China: Chief Justice John Roberts joins the liberal wing of the Supreme Court and upholds the constitutionality of Obamacare. How? By pulling off one of the great constitutional finesses of all time. He managed to uphold the central conservative […]

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Day 3 at the Court – Severability and Coercive Medicaid Conditions

The Court’s morning session concentrated on whether, if the individual mandate is held unconstitutional (as looks increasingly likely after yesterday’s argument), it can be cleanly severed from the rest of ObamaCare, and if not, what other portions of the act must the Court strike down with it. The Court’s afternoon session focused on whether Congress’s […]

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