Category: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary

August 4, 2013

Political Correctness: Bring Me the Head of George Zimmerman!

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 04 Aug 2013

I was elated upon hearing the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial. It gave me hope that America has not yet totally succumb to the tyranny of Political Correctness. It is refreshing that the jury was not willing to …

August 3, 2013

Justice Kennedy’s “demeaning” DOMA ruling

By Dr. T. David Gordon

In the limits of this brief essay I cannot adequately address the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), or the entirety of the Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding the same. As a native Virginian, however, I must …

July 25, 2013

Mock ‘marriage’ and the death of freedom

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 25 Jul 2013

While poorly decided U.S. Supreme Court cases are a dime a dozen, prior to Wednesday, two stood alone as the most wretched and constitutionally groundless in American History. First was the 1857 Dred Scott decision. Among other things, …

Fisher v. University of Texas: The Court Misses an Opportunity

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 25 Jul 2013

The Supreme Court, in a case heard by eight Justices (Justice Kagan recused herself), has issued its decision involving the admissions policies of the University of Texas. In a 7-1 decision, the court sent the case back to the Fifth …

July 20, 2013

Liberals embrace fatherless (and motherless) families

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 20 Jul 2013

With the Supreme Court giving a major boost to gay marriage, liberals face fewer impediments to their relentless push for fatherless (and motherless) families.

June 22, 2013

Supreme Court vs. Supreme Authority

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 22 Jun 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected any day to release opinions on two landmark cases (Hollingsworth v. Perry and U.S. v. Windsor) that, should the court overstep its authority, threaten great violence to the age-old institution of …

April 15, 2013

SCOTUS: The New God?

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 15 Apr 2013

I don’t know what the big deal is. Homosexuals already have freedom to marry. Any homosexual man has a right to marry any homosexual woman and any homosexual woman has a right to marry any homosexual man. Then, each can …

April 14, 2013

The Supreme Court and Faux-marriage Fallacies

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 14 Apr 2013

With cultural defenders such as some of our conservatives, who needs liberals? One could draw this conclusion when observing the Proposition 8 case currently before the Supreme Court.

April 3, 2013


Next week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on two of the most critical cases of our time. On Tuesday, March 26, attorneys will make the pitch both for and against California’s Proposition 8. This, of …

March 21, 2013

Mississippi Bloomberg Burning

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 21 Mar 2013

While I’m generally no fan of new laws, a law that prohibits stupid laws is a definite exception. And that’s just what the great state of Mississippi is giving us by passing legislation that would prohibit localities from limiting food …

February 5, 2013

Judge rules in favor of ICE agents suing Obama

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Immigration - 05 Feb 2013

Federal Judge Reed O’Conner ruled on Friday that 10 ICE agents and officers indeed do have standing to challenge in Federal court the so-called Morton Memo on prosecutorial discretion and the DREAM directive on deferred action.

The agents filed their …

January 10, 2013

Disgraceful ‘Jerry Sandusky law’ blocked

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 10 Jan 2013

It’s a good rule of thumb that if the mainstream media and liberal blogosphere remain silent on an otherwise newsworthy event, such event doesn’t bode well for them.

That’s exactly what happened just before Christmas. The 9th Circuit Court …

January 9, 2013

Slouching From Gomorrah: Remembering Robert Bork

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,History - 09 Jan 2013

It has been a couple of weeks since the death of Robert Bork, which occurred shortly before Christmas and didn’t really get the news coverage that Bork merited.

January 4, 2013

Never let a crisis go to waste

The Sandy Hook tragedy presents yet the latest example of the liberal political strategist’s adage “Never let a crisis go to waste.”

This slaughter of young children occurred in a “gun free zone,” not merely under the jurisdiction of a ban …

December 29, 2012

Robert Bork and Grove City College

By Dr. John A. Sparks

On a dark February afternoon in 1988, 25 students in a U.S. Constitutional History class waited expectantly in a little-used dining hall on the campus of Grove City College (in Grove City, Pennsylvania) for a …

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