Less than 50 years ago, originalism was considered a fringe movement.
The Senate Committee on the Judiciary approved a proposal to impose a code of ethics for the U.S. Supreme Court.
The case sought to address a dispute over water being unfairly siphoned.
More student loan borrowers could fall victim to loan-forgiveness scams once their repayment plans resume.
Schools around the country have issued statements saying they remain committed to campus diversity.
The latest Supreme Court rulings make it seem as if cases that deal with plaintiffs' faith are usually successful in federal courts.
In a well-deserved defeat for the left-wing bigots who actually believe it's okay to discriminate against, legally persecute, and make criminals out of decent, moral businesspeople (e.g., Christian bakers, photographers, etc.) who merely don't want to cater to heterophobic homosexuals, the U.S. Supreme Court recently decided 6-3 to outlaw that outrageous discrimination (303 Creative LLC v. Elenis). It's high time that judgmental, intolerant, extremist left-wing bigots were put in their place.
To the Editor:
Americans are losing faith in our Supreme Court, and it's easy to see why.
In the year since the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision, abortion has been effectively banned (with extremely limited exceptions) in fourteen states. Nearly 1 in 3 Americans have lost access to abortion care.
The 6-3 ruling, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, came in 303 Creative v. Elenis.
(The Center Square) - Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser responded to the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings Thursday that affirmative action is unconstitutional, saying the court came to a "misguided conclusion."