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SCOTUS Rules IN FAVOR of Religious Liberty
Constitution

SCOTUS Rules IN FAVOR of Religious Liberty

June 4, 2018 1

SCOTUS Rules IN FAVOR of Religious Liberty by Shari Dovale Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, has been fighting for his religious freedom since 2012. Though he was willing to bake any other goods requested, […]

Scotus
Christianity

Life Changing Scotus Decisions

March 27, 2018 3

Life Changing Scotus Decisions by Pete Ketcham The  Supreme Court of The United States (SCOTUS) has had a far greater impact on the moral course of this nation, than I believe most of us are […]

Colorado Woman Asks Supreme Court to Restore Her Valuable Mining Rights
Federal Courts

Woman Asks SCOTUS to Restore Her Mining Rights

March 22, 2018 0

Colorado Woman Asks Supreme Court to Restore Her Valuable Mining Rights Nobel Peace Prize co-winner and international uranium expert planned that her Arizona mining claims would be her retirement nest egg until they were seized […]

Joe Robertson Appeal Stalled
EPA

Joe Robertson Appeal Stalled

February 14, 2018 5

Joe Robertson Appeal Stalled: Waiting for a Ruling by the Supreme Court in another Case on another Subject! By Roger Roots Navigating through federal law is sometimes more treacherous than negotiating the rapids of Montana’s […]

Supreme Court Stops EPA Scheme for WOTUS Rule
EPA

Supreme Court Stops EPA Scheme for WOTUS Rule

January 28, 2018 1

Supreme Court Stops EPA Scheme for WOTUS Rule by Shari Dovale In a unanimous ruling by The Supreme Court this week, it was determined that challenges to the “Waters of the United States” or WOTUS […]

The Supreme Court And Our Monetary System
Editorial/Opinion

The Supreme Court And Our Monetary System

December 11, 2017 1

America Divided, Part 3 The Supreme Court And Our Monetary System   by Christian Schwab Over the last 50 years the Supreme Court started moving away from looking to the Federalist Papers or the intent […]

Can EPA block lawsuits against its WOTUS land grab?
Constitution

Can EPA block lawsuits against its WOTUS land grab?

October 8, 2017 0

U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the EPA can evade judicial review Can EPA block lawsuits against its ‘Waters of the United States’ land grab? Washington, D.C.; October 5, 2017: Can federal bureaucrats insulate their […]

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed
Constitution

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed – Still 2 Weeks To Go

September 17, 2017 2

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed – Still 2 Weeks To Go by Staff Anne Corcoran over at Refugee Resettlement Watch has done an amazing job keeping us updated on what is happening with the refugees. She recently […]

JUST PART OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S LASTING LEGACY
Letters to the Editor

JUST PART OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S LASTING LEGACY

July 15, 2017 1

JUST PART OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S LASTING LEGACY   Dear Body Politic, Following up on my previous SCOTUS letter-to-the-editor about the appointment of Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, now wasn’t that something really great about the recent […]

SCOTUS Rules AGAINST Property Rights
Constitution

SCOTUS Rules AGAINST Property Rights

June 26, 2017 2

SCOTUS Rules AGAINST Property Rights by Eric Boehm When governments issue regulations that undermine the value of property, bureaucrats don’t necessarily have to compensate property holders, the Supreme Court ruled Friday. The court voted 5-3, […]

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