As widespread claims of voter fraud begin to have their day in court, a closer look at the Trump lawsuit in Pennsylvania reveals that numerous claims of voter fraud aren’t really the core claims of the case.
Big Tech is at it again, this time with Twitter censoring The Federalist’s co-founder Sean Davis. His offense? Quoting an official Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision.
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.
Democrats don’t have to publicly commit to a party goal of packing the Supreme Court. They’ve got a rich network of activist groups working hard on the issue behind closed doors.
Barrett’s authored opinions give no reason to believe she automatically accepts or rejects a government agency’s interpretation of the law.
Democrats’ latest ploy to halt Barrett’s confirmation includes alleging that the hearings cannot move forward because two senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee have contracted the coronavirus.
Such a move would cement Trump’s biggest success: picking committed and youthful originalists—judges who will interpret the Constitution according to its original public meaning
The attacks on Barrett fail to identify the ‘abortion restrictions’ at issue and purposely so, to create the impression she is an extremist.
Nothing better captures the Republican disaster of Supreme Court nominations than George H.W. Bush selecting David Souter, who evolved from mild conservative to left-wing leader.
Trump vowed to choose a nominee from the 2016 list, so he should nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
The next president will likely solidify a lasting majority on the courts of appeals, either cementing President Trump’s judicial legacy or largely undoing it.
Judges who can find no support in law for the outcome they want resort to their own personal sense of morality to achieve their desired result.
For nearly four hours Tuesday, the full D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals drilled attorneys for Michael Flynn, the DOJ, and Judge Emmet Sullivan on a wide range of issues, including separation of powers and the propriety of mandamus.
Sen. Josh Hawley’s pledge to vote only for nominees who have objected to Roe v. Wade would mean a vote against Clarence Thomas, and in favor of David Souter, Anthony Kennedy, and Sandra Day O’Connor.
The decision could radically change criminal justice in the state, cast doubt on thousands of convictions, and endanger protections for tribal children.
By opening his courtroom to John Gleeson and other anti-Flynn amici, Judge Sullivan has converted the judicial branch into an emissary of the Democratic Party.
The pandemic has undermined criminally charged people’s right to a speedy trial, unleashing a myriad of other problems in the criminal justice system.
In a rare move, a three-judge panel ordered the presiding judge in the criminal case against Flynn to respond to his attorney’s petition for a writ of mandamus.
A federal right to education would lead to a national, one-size-fits-none educational system, under which states would be powerless to object. It’s an unconstitutional disaster.
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