The case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Corlett, represents the first time in more than a decade that the high court will hear a Second Amendment case.
We don’t need to cross any borders to witness a failed state — or at least a dysfunctional wannabe state. The 68 square miles of Washington D.C. have it all.
Too many lawmakers have used presidential addresses to beclown themselves. Congress should do all of us a favor by depriving themselves of the opportunity.
Wisconsin’s anti-Asian Minority Grant Program elevates some minority students above others, and now taxpayers are taking legal action.
The court’s unsigned order in Tandon v. Newsom signifies the reemergence of religious liberty as a valued jurisprudential principle to the Supreme Court.
A lawsuit in a Maryland county is fighting back against minors having the ‘right’ to run for school board and be elected only by other minors.
America must learn the lessons of the past year and change our course drastically.
A review of the Constitution’s text and the delegates’ deliberations at the 1787 Federal Convention raises significant questions about the case for late impeachment.
The Senate approved the measure to move forward with former President Donald Trump’s impeachment Tuesday with a 56-44 vote in the upper chamber, approving of its constitutionality.
Unity may be the narrative preached by the newly-elected President Biden, but Democrats don’t seem to be truly interested in it.
Those disappointed in the outcome of this election and of the Texas suit should not lose sight of the constitutional values that will last far beyond any one lawsuit and any one election.
It is hard to believe the justices put the constitutional question above their desire to avoid appearing to meddle in the 2020 election.
Commonsense jurisprudence will recognize the open-shut argument that voters’ civil rights were violated by vote dilution during an unconstitutional election process.
‘Even if the Constitution has taken a holiday during this pandemic, it cannot become a sabbatical,’ wrote Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
The Supreme Court determined that the exorbitant restrictions on church attendence were in violation of the First Amendment’s protection of Free Expression.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has the purpose of an American constitution precisely backwards: it is to restrain governments, not the people.
Abolishing the Electoral College would be a disaster for freedom and the constitutional imperative to prevent the concentration and abuse of power.
While the Pilgrims gave us the first Thanksgiving, which we celebrate each year, they provided us with an even more important legacy to be celebrated, the Mayflower Compact.
The Supreme Court will likely weigh in on Pennsylvania’s handling of mail-in ballots, and notwithstanding the pundits’ claims to the contrary, serious constitutional issues are at stake.
As a conservative, an originalist, and a black American, I am greatly intrigued by Sen. Edward Markey’s claim that applying the Constitution as it’s written is racist.
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