Supreme Court

Supreme Court Ruling Expands Police Power in Home Searches

David G. Savage, LA Times

The Supreme Court decision, based on a Los Angeles case, says officers may search a residence without a warrant as long as one occupant consents.

Judges Join Hollywood in War on Christians

The forces are gathering for a final push to declare all expressions of Christian conscience to be “irrational” and to prohibit any overt Christian influence in public policy and in culture. Christian believers must understand that this is no longer a polite political debate, this is war.

Why Harry Reid Abolished the Filibuster

Harry Reid wants to complete Obama’s leftist coup d’état by quickly packing the courts with radicals before Reid and Obama lose power in the 2014 elections.

SCOTUS Won't Block TX Abortion Law

Rebecca Shabad, The Hill

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to take up the new restrictive abortion law in Texas. A majority (5) of the justices decided against blocking the law, which has closed at least a dozen abortion clinics. 

Yes, Ted Cruz can be President

Ilya Shapiro, Daily Caller

Unlike Barack Obama, there’s no question Sen. Ted Cruz is constitutionally eligible. Here’s why.

SCOTUS & OCare Birth Control Fight

Rick Moran, American Thinker

Is there religious liberty in the US or isn't there? That will be the argument of opponents of the contraception rule in Obamacare, that is likely to come before SCOTUS next term.

Paul May Challenge NSA in SCOTUS

Justin Sink, The Hill

"I think the constitutionality of these programs needs to be questioned, and there needs to be a Supreme Court decision that looks at whether what they are doing is constitutional or not," Rand Paul said.

Judge: OH Must Recognize MD Gay Marriage

Allahpundit, Hot Air

If other courts follow this lead, we’ll have nationwide legal SSM as a matter of Full Faith and Credit. 

Did John Roberts Get O-Care Delayed?

Mark Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

What’s behind the delay of the Obamacare employer mandate? Look to SCOTUS.

CA’s Gay Marriages Still Illegal

Ken Klukowski, Breitbart

California has jumped to resume what’s still illegal action. That’s how the controversy started in ‘04.

Is the South Still in the Union?

Pat Buchanan, CNS News

It’s clear that liberals still consider the south full of white racists who need government control.

The Looming Obamacare Disaster

Sen. Rand Paul, Washington Times

The Sup. Ct. upheld Obamacare one year ago, and in that timeframe, the law only looks worse.

What the Sup. Ct. Was Really Saying

Curt Levey, Committee for Justice

No one can decipher the DOMA opinion’s cryptic use of language, so Levey interprets for us.

GOP Is Ready to Rumble

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Amnesty and same-sex marriage are tearing up the GOP. Is this how we get our beloved party back?

Taking on God in Marriage Debate

Ben Shapiro, Right Wing News

Gay marriage isn’t the end for biblical marriage. It’s another step toward the swap of gov’t for God.

The Pit at the End of the Rainbow

George Neumayr, American Spectator

The Court’s disdain for DOMA can now be applied to every prohibition on SSM within the states.

Yes, You Will be Made to Care

Erick Erickson, Red State

The secular left & aggressive gay rights activists will not allow you to ignore same sex marriage.

Huck on Supreme Court: ‘Jesus wept’

Jeff Poor, Daily Caller

Mike Huckabee says that five people in robes are not bigger than the voters – or God.

Only You Can Ensure SCOTUS Ruling Does Not Affect Other State Marriage Laws

It is hard to imagine a more anti-democratic view of governance than that expressed by the majority of the Supreme Court in Hollingsworth v. Perry. We can think of a host of voter initiated constitutional amendments that have been passed over the opposition of state elected officials. Does the Supreme Court now say that a state’s top elected officials can collude with liberal interest groups to, for example, overturn tax limitation initiatives simply by not defending them against federal lawsuits, no matter how frivolous?

GOP Could Hold House for Decades

Reid Wilson, National Journal

The Supreme Court’s Voting Rights Act decision virtually guarantees control of state legislatures.