Sen. Mike Lee Spreads False Rumor Of Biden Medical Emergency

Sen. Mike Lee Spreads False Rumor Of Biden Medical Emergency

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) spread a false rumor that Biden had a medical emergency on Friday night aboard Air Force One. Lee posted: If Biden is having a medical emergency at this moment — on board Air Force One or otherwise — that raises … a lot of questions. https://t.co/KgnlflGxSd — Mike Lee (@BasedMikeLee) July … Read more

Chief Justice Roberts, A Friend of the Constitution

Chief Justice Roberts, A Friend of the Constitution

Supreme Court Justices are criticized. A lot. Alas, they are not able to respond. Publicly at least. But this was not always the rule. Chief Justice Marshall, who is celebrated as the most influential member of the Court, wrote a series of essays defending his opinion in McCulloch v. Maryland. These essays were published in 1819 … Read more

Report Says Biden Doesn’t Feel Sense Of Urgency On Border

Report Says Biden Doesn’t Feel Sense Of Urgency On Border

White House Archive/Public Domain Apparently, after promising to take executive action to better secure the U.S.-Mexico border, Joe Biden now feels no sense of urgency to do so. At least according to a new report from Politico. RELATED: Reparations Activists Want $15 Billion – Issue Demand For Cash To ‘White Churches’ Has the President Even … Read more

Did Justice Alito Lose The Majority Opinions In Trevino and NetChoice?

Did Justice Alito Lose The Majority Opinions In Trevino and NetChoice?

Generally, the Court tries to evenly distribute majority opinions. This term, four members of the Court had seven majority opinions: Roberts, Thomas, Sotomayor, and Kagan. Three members had six majority opinions: Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett. Justice Jackson had five. And Justice Alito had four. It would be unusual for the third-most-senior Justice to have so … Read more

Steve Bannon Reports To Prison Monday After SCOTUS Rejection

Steve Bannon Reports To Prison Monday After SCOTUS Rejection

Steve Bannon will report to prison on Monday after the Supreme Court declined to hear his appeal. Here is the bad news for Bannon: FLASH: Supreme Court rejects request from Steve Bannon Bannon reports to prison Monday for Contempt of Congress… to serve 4-month term pic.twitter.com/09QCuvdJeZ — Scott MacFarlane … Read more

The Supreme Court’s Decision Overruling Chevron is Important

The Supreme Court’s Decision Overruling Chevron is Important

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo overturns the important 1984 precedent of Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, which required federal judges to defer to administrative agencies’ interpretations of federal laws, so long as Congress has not addressed the issue in question, and the agency’s view is “reasonable.” It’s an important … Read more

NYC Begins Giving Away Prepaid Debit Cards To Illegal Immigrants

NYC Begins Giving Away Prepaid Debit Cards To Illegal Immigrants

NYC Mayor’s Office/Wikimedia Commons New York City is now giving prepaid debit cards to illegal immigrants. This is not a joke. RELATED: That $53 Million Debit Card Program For Illegal Aliens In New York City Is Much Worse Than Initially Reported Free Money For Newcomers! Just two weeks after signing a controversial no-bid $53 million … Read more