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  1. Chuz Life

    The Overturning of Roe v Wade

    REMINDER: This is in the CDZ and CDZ rules apply. Countless Elected officials, Legal Experts(sic), Journalists, USMB members /posters, all unceasingly postulate that, in the event that Roe v Wade is ever overturned, the abortion issue would simply "revert back to the States." I disagree that...
  2. J

    Gorsuch applies Humpty Dumpty Theory of Language to Title VII, Civil Rights Act 1964

    NOTE: I would appreciate posters sticking to the legal aspects of the opinion. Justice Gorsuch’s majority opinion in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia , ignored the rules of statutory construction by ignoring the distinction between " sexual orientation discrimination " and " sex...
  3. J

    S.C. defies Constitution, mocks oath of office, creates singular rights for sexual deviants

    See: Supreme Court rules existing civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers June 15, 2020, “The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that existing federal law forbids job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and transgender status, a major victory for advocates of gay rights — and a...
  4. JGalt

    Roe Vs Wade appears to be ripe for overturning

    Erroneous precedents in previous Supreme Court rulings are in no way sacred or set in stone. They are subject to the U.S. Constitution as it was written, originally understood, and intended. If former Supreme Court rulings are unconstitutional, then precedent must be overturned. Kavanaugh...
  5. deanrd

    Trump just lied about the Emoluments Suit on live TV.

    Appeals court tosses Democrats' emoluments lawsuit against Trump - CNNPolitics Washington (CNN)A federal appeals court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit by congressional Democrats alleging President Donald Trump violated the emoluments clause of the Constitution by refusing to allow lawmakers to...
  6. Bruce Daniels

    Proposed Constitutional Amendments

    1A. Eliminate the Electoral College and elect the President by the popular vote. 1B. If the Electoral College is retained, each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Representatives (only) to which the State...
  7. Fort Fun Indiana

    "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..." EO instead, then.

    POLITICS Trump Signs Order Against Anti-Semitism At Colleges, Worrying Free Speech Advocates December 11, 20194:42 PM ET LAUREL WAMSLEY Trump Signs Order Against Anti-Semitism At Colleges, Worrying Free Speech Advocates...
  8. TheProgressivePatriot

    U.S Supreme Court Rules to Allow a 40 Foot Christian Cross to Remain on State Property

    Here is an interesting First Amendment church-state issue that was recently before the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) It’s a contentious issue but even a partisan hack like myself, who is skeptical of all things religious, can see both sides of- Sort of. Supreme Court Allows 40-Foot Peace Cross on...
  9. P@triot

    Supreme Court Watch

    A great victory for the 5th Amendment. Thank God President Trump was elected and able to appoint two Supreme Court Justices thus far. Let’s hope he’s able to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg. My Faith Votes | SCOTUS Watch | June 28, 2019
  10. deanrd

    Today’s Supreme Court abortion ruling is a real head scratcher.

    Supreme Court leaves intact block on one Indiana abortion restriction, but allows fetal burial to go into effect The Supreme Court overturned this part: a state may prohibit abortions motivated solely by race, sex or disability. Republicans want to force women to have retarded babies or...
  11. TheProgressivePatriot

    U.S. Supreme Court Grants Review in Three LGBTQ Employment Discrimination Lawsuits

    The Trump administration declared that a landmark federal law doesn't protect LGBT employees from workplace discrimination This should be real interesting given the change in complexion of the supreme court since the appointment of two new Justices by trump-the first changes since Windsor and...
  12. deanrd

    Do Republicans really think Gorsuch and Kavanaugh will protect Donald (Mafia Don) Trump?

    I think you have to seperate the ideology from from the justice aspect. Republicans dream of ruining the lives of millions of gays and women. They believe in always being against blacks and other racial minorities. The conservative court sees corporations as "people". And they should have...
  13. OKTexas

    Can Justices On The Supreme Court Phone It In????

    Ginsberg voted today on the decision to knock down Trumps policy on asylum seekers who enter the country unlawfully. I'm curious how she participated from her hospital bed? I can't find anything online. Thoughts?
  14. g5000

    Chief Justice Roberts Rebukes Trump

    Trump did something unconstitutional. If he was a black guy, the pseuedocons would have added that to their growing List O'Reasons To Impeach they used to copy and paste on this forum a few years ago. A federal judge placed an injunction on Trump's action. So, as predictable as the sun...
  15. chops_

    Judge Kavanaugh on the Fourth Amendment

    Judge Kavanaugh on the Fourth Amendment - SCOTUSblog Mod addition of the source link.. 1. The balancing cases: Askew and Vilsack The first two cases to consider involve balancing of government and privacy interests. In both cases, the majority held that the government practice violated the...
  16. deanrd

    Number of Law Professors against Kavanaugh's nomination is now over 650.

    More than 650 law professors sign letter stating Kavanaugh lacks ‘judicial temperament,’ should not be confirmed It's not going to matter. When have Republicans cared about what is good for America?
  17. deanrd

    Trump caves after backlash and will now allow FBI to interview anyone in Kavanaugh investigation

    Trump caves after backlash and will now allow FBI to interview anyone in Kavanaugh investigation According to The New York Times, the president on Monday afternoon told the bureau that it could interview anyone while conducting the week-long investigation into sexual assault allegations against...
  18. S

    Who's Dividing Who?

    For two years our government and its unelected bureaucracy has been telling us that Russia "sowed seeds of discord" on Facebook and in other media. The SCOTUS nomination hearings over the last couple of weeks made it clear to me that both sides of our 2-party run government and their media...
  19. deanrd

    Kavanaugh gives us the opportunity to talk "White Privilege".

    Clearly Kavanaugh was demanding the open seat in the Supreme Court be turned over to him. He played football. He lifts weights. He plays basketball. He drinks beer. Underage drinking? OK. Drinking parties? OK. He went to a prep school and Yale. He's white. Therefore, he deserves to be...
  20. deanrd

    Have Republicans taken the Mantle as the Party of the Sexual Predator?

    Republicans screamed about Bill Clinton getting a BJ from an adult woman who said she seduced him. It was discovered that Gary Hart had a mistress. John Edwards mistress had a baby. Anthony Weiner sent out pictures of his underwear. Eliot Spitzer visited hookers. For years, Republicans have...
  21. deanrd

    Republicans are giving Democrats a lesson in EXACTLY how "rigged" works.

    Squashing Merrick Garland's nomination. Rushing Bret Kavanaugh's nomination through. Releasing thousands of documents a few hours before a hearing. Refusing to let Ford have any witnesses. Refusing an FBI investigation. Refusing to call Mark Judge as a witness. This reminds me of all...
  22. DOTR

    Roe Vs Wade is dead.

    Face it. It took decades of concerted efforts to get here and may take a few more years yet. But I imagine we can start on it next session. But here is something the abortionists pretend they dont understand...getting rid of Roe V Wade does not ban abortions. it returns it to the people of...
  23. deanrd

    What will happen when Republicans overturn a woman's right to control her own body?

    The new GOP nominee said birth control is "abortion in a pill". Birth Control didn't become legal for married couples until the late 1960's. Birth Control didn't become legal for single people until the 1070's. When abortion was illegal, women died going to what was called "backstreet...
  24. deanrd

    Kavanaugh‘s hearing has taught us a lot about the Republican Party

    Republicans put the good of corporations over the American people. Republicans will do nothing to help Americans get healthcare. Republicans will rush to ram their agenda through because they’re afraid of America finds out what’s behind that agenda they won’t vote Republican. Republicans...
  25. P@triot

    The ignorance of the left is profound and problematic

    I have yet to see someone on the left who actually understood the U.S. Constitution or how our government functions. That was illustrated once again this week when Rachel Maddow proclaimed that a Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade would “make abortion illegal in the United States”...
  26. deanrd

    With a new Justice, who is in line for Republicans to ramp up their attacks?

    Gays Muslims Blacks Hispanics Women's rights Sick and disabled Scientists We know Republicans hate gays. That's a given. They just passed a Muslim Travel Ban. They ended voting rights and want to end affirmative action. They are currently attacking Hispanics. The talk of the day is women's...
  27. deanrd

    Will Republican women applaud the right to an abortion being taken away from them?

    Soon, we will have another radical right wing judge. Roe versus Wade is very close to being taken away from women as a right. After all, Trump said women who get an abortion should be punished. Will losing this woman's right be OK to women in the US? Should women be punished for getting an...
  28. deanrd

    Supreme Court ruling: Carpenter versus the United States.

    Supreme Court says warrant necessary for phone location data The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of digital privacy. In a 5-4 decision on Friday the justices decided that police need warrants to gather phone location data as evidence for trials. The Supreme Court reversed and remanded the...
  29. TheProgressivePatriot

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Liberal Lioness of The Supreme Court

    Also known as the notorious RBG, Justice Ginsburg, at 85 is showing no sign of slowing down or letting up on opposing the conservatives on the high court. On Monday, she delivered a scathing dissenting opinion on the narrowly decided labor relations case. Ruth Bader Ginsburg takes off the...

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