The Supreme Court of the United States

The Claremont Institute and the James Wilson Institute recently co–hosted a panel discussing “The Kavanaugh Hearing: A Battle of Two Constitutions.” Don’t let the title confuse you. The Senate hearing for Brett Kavanaugh — President Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee — won’t be like a customer service phone tree where you press #1 for
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On his nationally syndicated radio program Tuesday, host Rush Limbaugh said that Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh is impeccable on paper and that some of the left’s objections are laughable. Discussing President Trump’s recent announcement of Brett Kavanaugh as his Supreme Court nominee, Rush stated, “On paper he’s impeccable. On paper, there is no just way to
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News, Trump Administration July 9, 2018 In choosing a new Justice, I will select someone with impeccable credentials, great intellect, unbiased judgement, and deep reverence for the laws and Constitution of the United States. President Donald J. Trump TRANSPARENT: President Donald J. Trump promised to be transparent,
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by Molly Prince President Donald Trump has narrowed down his list of potential Supreme Court nominations to three candidates. With four days remaining until Trump makes an expected selection announcement, his choice to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy is down to three federal appeals judges: Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge, reported The Associated Press. The
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“Justice Kennedy’s retirement will turbocharge this fall’s election,” said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins in a recent press release: “Following a series of 5-4 decisions regarding such fundamental freedoms as religious freedom and speech, today’s announcement of Justice Kennedy’s retirement will turbocharge this fall’s election.” Perkins further suggested that the American people are looking for
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As soon as Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, left-wing activists lost their minds and went into a total psychotic meltdown at the thought of Trump having to name another Supreme Court judge and those on the left are having major meltdowns. They just don’t know what to think. According to them, it was
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  by Tim Pearce The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday in a case that could devastate the membership of public-sector unions. Child support specialist for the Illinois Department of Healthcare Mark Janus sued the union that represents him over the constitutionality of compulsory dues subtracted from his paycheck every month. Janus
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