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What The Masterpiece Cakeshop Ruling Means – And What It Doesn’t

The Supreme Court's decision this week in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission prompted many social Conservatives to celebrate a huge victory for religious...

The Travel Ban and Justice Kennedy’s Dark Heart Doctrine

The Supreme Court is one vote short of limiting a President’s power to protect the homeland by subjugating his Constitutional authority as Commander-in-Chief and...

The Cake That Threatens Our Fundamental Rights

One cake will soon determine whether the government can force people to engage in speech that violates their personal beliefs and fundamental religious principles. In...

Scotus Ruling on Travel Ban Bad Harbinger for President Trump

The internet stinks.  Reading tweets this morning, one might think the Supreme Court unanimously re-instated the Trump Travel Ban.  Not only did the High...

Free Speech: The Courts Giveth, and the Courts Taketh Away

Nothing is more sacrosanct amongst American principles and values than the right to free speech. When the Founding Fathers decided to add a Bill of...

Virginia Needs John Adams for Attorney General

The last several years have not been kind to the reputation of Commonwealth of Virginia.  Political scandal rocked the governorship, with Bob McDonnell watching...

Al Franken Questions Nominee for Pope (Transcript)

It is a little-known fact that United States Senator Al Franken was invited to participate in the 2013 papal conclave to choose a successor...

Judicial Jihad

Federal District Court judges don’t have national jurisdiction, nor did we intend to permit those judges to substitute their judgement for that of the...

Why the SCOTUS Decision Overturning Virginia District Lines Might Change Nothing

The Supreme Court today ruled that the current lines for Virginia House of Delegates districts are unconstitutional. While this decision will be considered by many...

No: Foreigners Do NOT Have Constitutional Rights

Does a foreigner, never having lived in the United States, and never having held a visa to the Country, have Constitutional Rights?  No --...