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Supreme Court To Consider Second Amendment Concealed Carry Case

The US Supreme Court, which hasn't issued a major gun-rights decision in over a decade, has agreed to review a New York case to decide whether the government must allow most residents to carry a handgun in public.The appeal is from a New York gun-rights group and two individuals who say the state is violating…

NY Supreme Court Judge Rules New York Times Used ‘Deceptive Disinformation’ To Smear Project...

A New York Supreme Court Judge last week excoriated the New York Times, ruling that they used "reckless disregard" and "acted with actual malice" when two of their reporters deceptively presented opinions as fact in several articles denigrating whistleblower organization Project Veritas.What the Times did, as you'll see below, is similar to countless hit-pieces against…

Supreme Court Strikes Down California Indoor Worship Ban

As President Biden staffs his committee on "Supreme Court Reform" (otherwise known as court packing, an issue Democrats including Biden and his Veep were eager to avoid pre-election), the conservative-dominated SCOTUS has just issued one of its first major rulings of the Biden Administration: The court has canceled some, but not all, of California's limitations…

Supreme Court Orders Pennsylvania To Separate Out Late-Arriving Ballots

by Epoch Times U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito late Friday ordered Pennsylvania election officials to segregate and separately count ballots that arrived after Election Day. Alito granted a request by the state’s Republican party to separate mail-in ballots received between 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and 5 p.m. Nov. 6 from those that arrived by Election Day, in accordance with state…

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down ‘Stay At Home’ Order; Maryland To Lift Lockdown Friday:...

Summary: Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Stay at Home order Maryland lifts 'stay at home' order Illinois reports record jump in deaths WHO's Ryan says virus risks becoming 'endemic' Spain says 5% of population infected by the virus NJ gov says state will partially reopen Monday Washington DC reopening pushed to June 8 NY reports…

Supreme Court Cases Go ‘Remote’ Over Fears Of Aging Justices; Already Beset By Audio...

How long before all branches of government and federal agencies stop meeting in person? Is it perhaps an overly hasty, drastic and dangerous precedent Constitutionally speaking? This rush to move all proceedings to online 'remote' interaction - even the highest levels of government - at the very least heightens the possibility of our democracy being hacked, as many…

Dems Ignore Major Issues During Debate

Abortion, Supreme Court, national debt, more The third 2020 Democratic debate Thursday evening discussed numerous subjects, but skipped over many major political talking points.Abortion, the national debt, the Supreme Court, judges and more were topics completely ignored during Thursday’s debate. The candidates have expressed strong views on some of these topics. Gun control, Medicare, money…

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies At 99

John Paul Stevens, the former leader of the Supreme Court's liberal wing who started his career as a Republican anti-trust lawyer, died Tuesday at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 99. According to the New York Times, which cited a statement from the Supreme Court, Stevens died from complications of a stroke that…

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