Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito are the most “conservative” members of the Supreme Court (notwithstanding the new member, Neil Gorsuch who is hard to fully explain this early in his tenure). You
Voter purging rules are currently awaiting a decision by the Supreme Court which just heard oral arguments in an Ohio case. The Court looked at many words and issues regarding vote purging.
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals decided no reasonable person could conclude that juror Barney Gattie — who wondered if black people “have souls” and declared that only some black people are
A new 5-4 Supreme Court Order [PDF] permits the Donald Trump administration to selectively withhold government information from court cases. The specific case involves the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program,
A day after it triggered the so-called “nuclear option,” the U.S. Senate on Friday voted to confirm President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch
Written by Andrea Germanos, staff writer at original source Common Dreams.
Until recently, there was no time limit for protecting Constitutional rights. Where a Constitutional violation occurred, it was often possible to sue a government for enforcement of the Constitution and win. That
Neil Gorsuch would use the Supreme Court to automatically place corporations above the law any time that the owners of corporations might consider compliance with the law “sinful.” Sincerity of beliefs would
Special Report: How Antonin Scalia and Neil Gorsuch created Corporate Personhood Religion to place corporate roadblocks between government benefits and citizens. Donald Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch to replace the recently departed
Two cases involving House of Representatives election redistricting under the Voting Rights Acts (VRA) are pending at the Supreme Court. Both were argued the same day. George W. Bush appointee Samuel Alito
In a last minute emergency Order, the Supreme Court again changed the election rules in Arizona, giving the state authority to enforce a new law making it a crime for a person