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  • Should the Peace Cross even be before the Supreme Court?

    If your loved one died in service to their country, how would you honor their memory? In Bladensburg, Md., a committee that included Gold Star mothers and veterans wanted to remember their fallen of World War I with a monument in the shape of a cross.

    Washington Examiner
  • Democrats Want To ADD Seats On The Supreme Court.

    Nine is just FINE. The race for winning the Democratic nomination is heating up. Those who are looking for any attention from the base are going to come up with some far-out ideas. Here is one of them. According to Politico one of those schemes is to expand the Supreme Court from nine seats to maybe 11, 12 or 13. You kids are making FDR | Read More

  • The Supreme Court will preserve the Bladensburg cross, but it matters how

    The World War I memorial cross in Bladensburg, Md., isn’t going anywhere. That was clear from the oral argument in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association. The Supreme Court may even be unanimous that the cross can stay on public land.

    Washington Examiner
  • Supreme Court hands Trump a victory on immigration detention

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday endorsed U.S. government authority to detain immigrants awaiting deportation anytime – potentially even years – after they have completed prison terms for criminal convictions, handing President Donald Trump a victory as he pursues hardline immigration policies. The conservative-majority court ruled 5-4 that federal authorities could pick up such immigrants and place them into indefinite detention at any time, not just immediately after they finish their prison...

    Raw Story
  • Why Democrats want to abolish Electoral College, pack Supreme Court

    The 2020 contenders are trying to sell blatantly partisan moves as process reforms.

    Fox News
  • Trump admin scores anti-immigrant victory in Supreme Court

    Donald Trump’s Supreme Court appointees were part of the conservative majority that just handed his administration yet another devastating weapon in its continued war on immigrant families: The Supreme Court held on Tuesday that the government can detain—without a bond hearing—immigrants with past criminal records, even if years have passed since they were released from criminal custody. The case centered on whether detention without a bond hearing must occur promptly upon an immigrant's...

    Daily Kos
  • Trump: Democrats Only Want to Expand Supreme Court to 'Catch Up'

    Trump told reporters he is not considering expanding the Supreme Court and that Democrats who are campaigning on the promise to do so want to "catch up."

    Washington Free Beacon