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travel ban

President Trump got a much-needed win today when the Supreme Court allowed part of his executive order on immigration to take effect, vacating stays issued...
democrats

Try as they might, Democrats will find no peace in the wilderness. Not while they refuse to reconcile the conditions that led voters to relegate...
neil gorsuch

During his confirmation hearing yesterday, Judge Neil Gorsuch introduced the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to Mutton Busting, a rodeo event which the jurist...
Supreme Court

For Chuck Schumer, this is a winter of profound regret. Chief among the new Senate minority leader’s lamentations is what he now says was his...
Israeli Left

If there’s one thing that infuriates me about Israeli leftists, it’s that they spend so much time howling about nonexistent threats to Israeli democracy that...
Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg doesn’t like Donald Trump. That one of the most liberal members of the U.S. Supreme Court feels this way isn’t a...
Supreme Court

In the affirmative-action case decided on Thursday by the U.S. Supreme Court, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, Justice Anthony Kennedy cast the decisive...
Immigration

Barack Obama took to the lectern in the White House Briefing Room on Thursday appearing physically exhausted. He had just been rebuffed by the Supreme...
Supreme Court

As Jonathan Tobin remarked, American voters finally have a clear choice to make between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump that does not rest on gauging...
SCOTUS

Today, Americans got two competing visions of who should control the Supreme Court. On Capitol Hill, Senate Democrats staged a mock confirmation hearing for Judge...
little sisters of the poor

The Supreme Court’s ruling this morning in Zubik v. Burwell kicks the can down the road on religious liberty in the United States and substantially...
Garland

When President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats thought they were in a strong position to...