Law and order will be a force in November elections — but thanks to Virginians for Safe Communities, the radical prosecutors of Northern Virginia might already be on their way out the door.
Ed Buck was convicted by a federal jury for providing methamphetamine to two black men for sexual favors, who later overdosed and died.
The University of Pittsburgh is hosting a critical race theory conference in late July, while concealing its related financial activities thanks to an uncommon state open records law.
If the biases of contemporary institutions render them incapable of making objective judgments, then the biases of critical race theorists do the same.
“Our nation’s most cherished constitutional rights vest no later than 18. And the Second Amendment’s right to keep and bear arms is no different,” Judge Julius Richardson wrote.
‘There is nothing that can derail a career faster than the responsibilities of motherhood,’ writes law career counselor Susan Smith Blakely. She’s right, but moms who downshift are prioritizing the right thing.
The 5th Circuit Court said it will keep sanctions against lawyer Marc Elias, known for his role in the Russia hoax, for his ‘lack of candor.’
The Supreme Court’s response to the arguments made in attacking Arizona’s voting-integrity provisions expose the folly of the Biden administration’s lawsuit against Georgia.
Three families assert that Maine’s policy egregiously disregards their First Amendment rights to the free exercise of religion.
SCOTUS overturned a Ninth Circuit ruling that Arizona law violated Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, adding much-needed clarity to Section 2 claims.
“Having to identify one’s own polling place and then travel there to vote does not exceed the ‘usual burdens of voting,'” Alito wrote.
Law professors Michael Heller and James Salzman’s book ‘Mine!’ argues we need to rethink the concept of ownership. Their ideas are engaging, if not always convincing.
While Bill Cosby may have walked out of prison a free man yesterday, the courts saw to it that he endured two criminal trials and spent years in prison during his appeals.
In addition to censorship, interpretations of Section 230 have allowed Big Tech to escape accountability for enabling horrendous trafficking.
From claiming Georgia lawmakers are racist to relitigating 2020 voter fraud cases, the Biden Department of Justice’s complaint against Georgia would be laughable if it weren’t so frightening.
The Supreme Court has all but guaranteed the U.S. legal system will adopt an extreme view of transgender law that threatens parental rights, privacy, and the rights to free speech and religious freedom.
For each of the challenged provisions, DOJ’s complaint alleges black voters are burdened more than white voters in Georgia’s new voting law.
Black Lives Matter must reframe their case, acknowledging the falsity of their initial allegations, or risk sanctions for alleging facts without evidentiary support.
‘No job is worth my overall health and safety,’ one nurse told The Federalist. ‘I worked throughout this pandemic and was not as afraid as I am of this.’
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