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Supreme Court Justices Lied About Texas Voter ID Law in Dissent?

Supreme Court Justices Lied About Texas Voter ID Law in Dissent?

Following the Supreme Court decision to uphold the legality of voting laws in Texas – which require in-person voters to produce a valid photo ID – left-wing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg penned a dissenting opinion, in which, it appears, she lied about what is, and is not, an acceptable form of identification for […]

Same-Sex Marriage Gets Easier But Same Sex Divorce Is Not So Easy

Same-Sex Marriage Gets Easier But Same Sex Divorce Is Not So Easy

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided to allow a lower court ruling that permits same-sex marriage in five states. The Court, however, did not offer any explanation or briefings for their support of the lower court’s ruling to permit same-sex marriages in Indiana, Oklahoma, Virginia, Wisconsin and Utah. As popular as gay marriage is […]

Supreme Court Ruling Paved Way for Rush of Same-Sex Marriages

Supreme Court Ruling Paved Way for Rush of Same-Sex Marriages

Hundreds of exultant couples rapidly changed their plans today and did something they did not expect to do, at least on this day – they got married. While most of those same-sex couples were planning nuptials, they changed plans and rushed to take a trip down the aisle today after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a “ruling” […]

Supreme Court Taking No Action on Same-Sex Marriage

Supreme Court Taking No Action on Same-Sex Marriage

The long-awaited petitions to the Supreme Court to overturn state bans on same-sex marriage will still see no resolutions as the Supreme Court has continued to put off the issue, while accepting other significant cases for the next term. This means that the states banning same-sex marriage will still continue to be able to hold […]

Justice Kagan Officiates Her First Same-Sex Wedding: Implications

Justice Kagan Officiates Her First Same-Sex Wedding: Implications

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan has officiated a same-sex wedding for the first time in her law career and the public questions the implications. The event was held on Sunday, September 21st. The couple she married was Mitchell Reich, her former law clerk, and his husband, Patrick Pearsall of Chevy Chase, Maryland. In a […]

Same Sex Marriage in Virginia Blocked by Supreme Court

Same Sex Marriage in Virginia Blocked by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court blocked same-sex marriage in the state of Virginia yesterday, despite the fact that 20 states and Washington, D.C. have legalized and recognized gay and lesbian marriage. Not only that, but these 20 states and the District of Columbia afford same-sex couples the same rights and benefits as heterosexual married couples. Many find it surprising […]

Same-Sex Marriage Legality in Question

Same-Sex Marriage Legality in Question

Courts across the U.S. are questioning the legality of same-sex marriage. Twenty-nine U.S. courts have made judgments in the past year alone regarding this issue, as the idea gains the support of the American people. Perhaps the most shocking is the swiftness in which the tide has turned regarding public opinion of same-sex marriage. In 1996 when […]

Ginsburg Not Stepping Down

Ginsburg Not Stepping Down

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a message for her critics: She is not stepping down anytime soon. In an interview on Thursday, she said, “All I can say is that I am still here and likely to remain for a while.” Rumors have been circulating about Ginsburg’s retirement due to her age. She turned 81 in March and […]

Supreme Court Remains Silent on New Jersey Sports Betting

Supreme Court Remains Silent on New Jersey Sports Betting

As lawmakers continue to deal with the recent Supreme Court rulings, New Jersey residents are beginning to turn online for their sports betting needs. The Supreme Court of the United States kept silent when asked by the state to have a hearing on a recent federal appellate court ruling stating that sports betting will continue […]

Hobby Lobby Investment Angers Liberals Anew

Hobby Lobby Investment Angers Liberals Anew

Days after the June 30 Supreme Court decision ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby’s right to religious freedom, which angered liberals nationwide, news about its investments were publicized on social media. The court judgment was based on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), which protects against “substantial burden on a person’s exercise of religion,” as […]

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