• Tempers Fraying on Supreme Court

    Things haven’t been this snippy between the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative and liberal factions since the December 2000 ruling that gave George W. Bush the presidency. The conservatives are impatient with the pace of rightward change, while...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
    • 0
  • Reform The Supreme Court, Says Yale Law Professor

    Ordinary citizens are increasingly mistrustful of the Supreme Court. They view it as more partisan and political than judicial. Yale law Professor Bruce Ackerman thinks he has a solution to this problem in the form of some...

    • Posted 6 months ago
    • 0
  • Supreme Court Will Severely Restrict Abortion – With Or Without Kavanaugh

    In the only case Brett Kavanaugh decided involving abortion, he vacated an order directing that a young woman who found out she was pregnant while in government custody be allowed to access abortion. A federal court had...

    • Posted 9 months ago
    • 0
  • #MeToo Bomb Soon To Fall On the Supreme Court

    One of these days and it won’t be long, the issue of whether “she said he said” can constitute defamation when it plays out in the media is coming to the Supreme Court. The case that may...

    • Posted 9 months ago
    • 0
  • Supreme Court Confirmation Myth #1

    According to the online magazine Reason, there was a rare moment of truth during the Kavanaugh hearings, one that should be preserved and cited during future hearings. Nominees, including Kavanaugh, routinely weasel out of answering inquiries about...

    • Posted 10 months ago
    • 0
  • Flake Won’t Block Supreme Court Nominee

    Sen. Jeff  Flake, a ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has blocked appeals court nominations in recent weeks because he wants the Senate to vote on an amendment that would limit President Trump’s ability to impose...

    • Posted 12 months ago
    • 0
  • Supreme Court Ruling Favors “Buckets of Money”

    According to a ruling by an SEC administrative law judge, Raymond J. Lucia and his namesake investment firm made misleading presentations to prospective clients about a retirement strategy the firm called “Buckets of Money.” A three-judge panel...

    • Posted 12 months ago
    • 0
  • Saved By the Whistle

    Last February the U.S. Supreme Court threw out an anti-retaliation suit brought by a former employee who was fired after reporting alleged securities violations. The Court ruled that because the employee reported the wrongdoing internally instead of...

    • Posted 1 year ago
    • 0
  • Justice Thomas Wants To Abolish Exclusionary Rule

    According to an opinion by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, the most important legal rule that protects Americans from illegal searches by police has no historical basis and the Supreme Court no authority to require states to...

    • Posted 1 year ago
    • 0
  • Split Rulings On Attack Ads In Supreme Court Election

    Judicial Crisis Network, a right-wing judicial advocacy organization that uses money from anonymous sources to fund attacks against liberal court nominees and candidates, is embroiled in litigation prior to a May 22nd election for the Arkansas Supreme...

    • Posted 1 year ago
    • 0
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!