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The Supreme Court has been a lightning rod of politics in recent times where Republicans and Democrats vie to fill seats to gain an advantage. And even as several Supreme Court Justices have said that the court is not political, some of what they have said in public has only added to that perception among some, CNN reported. Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. defended some of the recent Supreme Court decisions on Thursday at a speech at Notre Dame, The New York Times reported. He went off on the perception that some in the media made the “false and inflammatory claim that we nullified Roe v. Wade” after its decision to keep the new, controversial Texas abortion law intact.
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The Supreme Court is often the last line of defense for Americans fighting for their rights. We’ve seen, especially over the last two years, Democrat lawmakers increasingly violate our liberties. They’ll use any excuse they can come up with to deny Americans rights protected by the Constitution. In super-liberal Boston, they tried to deny a Christian group the same rights of others. Outside the City Hall, they have flown all sorts of flags to honor groups holding events. Nearly every sort of flag has been flown. But when a Christian group wanted to fly their flag, the city said, “Hell no.” So, they’ve taken it to the Supreme Court. From Politico: The Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case over local officials’ refusal to fly a Christian group’s pennant outside Boston City Hall… However...
The Unites States Supreme Court will consider the Pennsylvania election case, Sidney Powell’s Michigan case and Lin Wood’s Georgia case for February 19, 2021.
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s defense team slammed U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan’s request Monday asking the federal appeals court to reevaluate whether his court will be forced to drop the case against Flynn.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court late Friday upheld Coronavirus restrictions placed on church gatherings by the state of California, as Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the four more liberal justices in backing the power of states to enforce measures for public health.
One of President Trump‘s nominees for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals broke down in tears during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, as he disputed suggestions that he would not be fair to members of the LGBTQ community.
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week. Ford’s lawyers, Debra Katz and Lisa Banks, informed the Senate Judiciary Committee of her decision Saturday afternoon just prior to the 2:30 p.m. deadline set by Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa).
It was less than one year ago during the special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama when the Washington Post published a story of alleged sexual misconduct against Judge Roy Moore in Alabama. Moore was running as a Republican to fill the seat held by placeholder Senator Luther Strange. Strange, the former Alabama Attorney General, had been appointed to fill the vacancy left when Jeff Sessions was appointed U.S. Attorney General by now disgraced Alabama former Governor Robert Bentley. Under allegations of sexual misconduct of his own, Bentley was removed and replaced by Lt. Governor Kay Ivey. Under pressure from Alabamians, Ivey was compelled to hold a new election to find Sessions’s replacement, something the Alabama Constitution requires. Many thought it odd that Bentley would elevate St...
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation has, like that of Clarence Thomas before him, been thrown into chaos with an eleventh-hour allegation of sexual misconduct. Christine Blasey Ford, now a California professor of psychology, told the Washington Post over the weekend that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high-school party in the 1980s. According to Ford, Kavanaugh and his Georgetown Prep classmate Mark Judge, both drunk, threw her in a room before Kavanaugh tried to take her clothes off and force himself on her. She says she escaped, hid in a bathroom, and left the party. He strenuously denies the allegation, as does Judge.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, doesn’t know when or where the attack against her occurred. We should listen to her, but we should also ask questions. Something awful happened to Christine Blasey. At 15 years old, at a small gathering of partying high school students, she claims she was assaulted by two boys, one in particular who actually covered her mouth so no one could hear her scream.
WASHINGTON — The woman who has accused President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault threw into doubt plans for an extraordinary Senate hearing to air her accusations, charging on Tuesday that some senators have already made up their minds and insisting that the F.B.I. investigate first.
The Preacher wrote: “That which has been is that which will be, and that which has been done is that which will be done. So, there is nothing new under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9). There are lessons to be learned from an understanding of how the Bibledeals with false accusations, the use of evidence, and the biblical method of handling disputes.
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