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Dems Reiterate Threat to Pack Supreme Court If GOP Fills Vacancy This Year

With Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health in question, Democrats are warning the Senate GOP not to try to fill a possible Supreme...

HAWLEY: I’ll Only for Justice Who Opposes ‘Wrongly Decided’ Roe v. Wade

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., said Sunday he will only vote to confirm Supreme Court justice picks who oppose Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court...

Chief Justice Roberts Sides w/ Liberals to Block Nevada Church’s Request for Relief

(Headline USA) A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court denied a rural Nevada church's request late Friday to strike down as unconstitutional a 50-person cap...

Given a Chance, Trump, Senate Would Push Court Pick Before Election

(Associated Press) President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have tried to make it clear: Given the chance, they would push through a...

Arsonist Gets Badly Burned While Trying to Torch SCOTUS Police Car

(Liberty Headlines) Religious figures like Tibetan monks have long used self-immolation by setting themselves on fire to make poignant political statements. A few radicals, and...

Justice Ginsburg Back in Hospital w/ Possible Infection, Fever

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was being treated for a possible infection and was expected to stay in the hospital for a few days following a medical procedure.

Former Acting DHS Chief Admits Sabotaging Trump’s DACA Policy

In a Saturday New York Times interview, the former head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security admitted to undermining President Donald Trump’s DACA policy because it conflicted with her own immigration beliefs.

Rep. Al Green Vows to Fast-Track Court Cases on Trump’s Tax Records

Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, on Thursday vowed to use the legislative chamber to speed up the process for two court cases that would allow President Donald Trump's political opponents to access his tax documents.

After SCOTUS Ruling, Biden Vows to Undo Religious Exemption for Contraception

After the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in favor of faith-based organizations' right to claim religious exemptions for contraceptives, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden said that he would undo the exemption and force religious Americans to go back to court.

Conservative Legal Analysts Shred Justice Gorsuch's Pro-LGBT Ruling

'If the man who identifies as a woman were in fact a woman, it wouldn't be sex discrimination to treat him differently from other...

SCOTUS Decision to Avoid Police Immunity Ruling Leaves Idaho Woman in Limbo

'There is no shortage of outrageous qualified immunity cases for the Supreme Court to take...' (Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) With the issue of police immunity...

Indiana Gov’t Finally Returns Vehicle It Unconstitutionally Seized to Owner

'It was a weird feeling today. I didn’t believe that the vehicle would be mine again until I got home and saw it in...

House Dems Seek SCOTUS Help w/ Impeachment Do-Over

'The Committee's impeachment investigation related to obstruction of justice pertaining to the Russia investigation is ongoing...' (Claire Russel, Liberty Headlines) House Democrats asked the Supreme...

SCOTUS Gives 9th Circuit Unanimous Smackdown in Immigration Decision

'The Ninth Circuit’s radical transformation of this case goes well beyond the pale...' (Michael Barnes, Liberty Headlines) The San Francisco-based Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals...

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House Dems Pass Bill to Suspend Debt Limit for Socialist Spending Spree

(Associated Press) The House voted to keep the government funded, suspend the federal debt limit and provide disaster and refugee aid, setting up a high-stakes...

Corruption at the Fed: Are America’s Money Masters Engaged in Self-Dealing?

(Jp Cortez, Sound Money Defense League) America’s central bankers are tasked with impartial oversight over aspects of the American economy. But could these individuals be making...

Maricopa Co. Supervisor Secretly Criticized Colleagues Who Opposed 2020 Election Audit

(Headline USA) A Republican official in Arizona resigned Tuesday from the board overseeing Maricopa County after a recording emerged of him criticizing his GOP colleagues...
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