Thursday, September 16, 2021

Tag: Supreme Court

DOJ vows to protect abortion seekers in Texas after ban goes...

“We will not tolerate violence against those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services, physical obstruction or property damage in violation of the FACE Act.”

The new Republican Supreme Court

Today’s cruel and partisan Supreme Court is squandering what remains of its authority.

CDC eviction ban ended by Supreme Court: Four questions about its...

The ruling, by a divided court, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention exceeded its authority in continuing a moratorium on evictions after Congress failed to pass new legislation.

The Supreme Court’s subtle hint on police accountability

Recent rulings suggest the high court may be open to ‘recalibrating’ qualified immunity.

Supreme suppression

Back in the day, nonviolent people power was the only answer to governmental inertia in radically improving U.S. democracy.

Supreme Court strikes down California’s nonprofit donor disclosure requirements: 4 questions...

In a 6-3 ruling, the court said the law, intended to fight fraud, subjected donors to potential harassment and violated their First Amendment rights

Supreme Court allows fracked gas pipeline’s use of eminent domain. But...

The decision could give private companies more power to take state land, but experts point to a thicket of legal obstacles that remain in the pipeline’s way.

An inequality even conservative justices can’t swallow

A unanimous Supreme Court throws a monkey-wrench into a college sports scene that’s minting mega millionaires.

Supreme Court slices and dices 1789 law protecting non-citizens

International law in the 21st century has expanded to include the protection of human rights.

Supreme Court unanimously upholds religious liberty over LGBTQ rights—and nods to...

As Justice Gorsuch concluded in his concurring opinion, “dodging the question today guarantees it will recur tomorrow.”

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6 gentle and respectful ways to help decrease vaccine hesitancy in a friend

It may take a few talks to encourage them, but every conversation is a step in the right direction toward vaccination and the world returning to normal.

Whatever happened to the Republican Party that stood for limited government?

Today’s Republican Party, while still claiming to stand for limited government, is practicing just the opposite: government intrusion everywhere.

Personal interview: Paul Craig Roberts What are the Prospects for Peace?

The interview focus is on the realities of the international power struggle unfolding in real time.
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Philadelphia agrees to pay $2M to innocent woman beaten by cops

“The behavior that occurred during the interaction between Rickia Young, her nephew, her son, and some of the officers on the scene violated the mission of the Philadelphia Police Department.”

To avert failure, Biden should listen to the “radicals” – not corporate media

The Biden administration will fail unless he listens to voices of change, even Schumer’s, rather than corporate voices urging timidity.