UH OH! Here’s proof SCOTUS is ‘wise to how liberal activist groups operate’

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The Supreme Court will hear the Trump administration’s “travel ban” appeal in the future, and until then it will be implemented: SCOTUS set a hearing on the administration's travel ban. Until then the executive order will largely go into effect. https://t.co/H49zS4L8nA — Fox News (@FoxNews) June 26, 2017 The ruling shows that a certain tactic […]

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AWESOME! Neil Gorsuch’s ‘first dissent’ needs a trigger warning for liberals

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Reading the first Gorsuch dissent got me like https://t.co/mf7fMdpbd3 — Doc Hamilton (@SupplySideLibrl) June 23, 2017 Liberals were unhappy with Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, and now they might be even more triggered by what Gorsuch considers a feature instead of a bug in regards to the Constitution: Gorsuch's 1st dissent: "the difficulty […]

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‘Who signed off on this?’ Today’s ‘disgraceful’ WaPo headline about Scalia ‘tells you everything’

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Politics aside, the Supreme Court lost a long-serving stalwart yesterday in the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. We’ve come to expect the lunatic fringe of the Left to come out of the shadows to dance on the graves of conservatives like Scalia. But when the most prominent newspaper in the nation’s capital runs a front […]

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‘Rational’ leftists attacking strawmen with ‘religious’ fervor

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http://twitter.com/#!/wendimclendonco/status/483707353435369472 Boycotting a store at which you don’t shop makes about as much sense as complaining about a SCOTUS ruling that exists only in your imagination. Clearly, getting a verified Twitter account is way easier than getting a clue. Backbench celebrities and pundits are crawling out of the woodwork to make what they must believe are […]

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‘Better call Saul’: Actor Bryan Cranston forgets how SCOTUS appointments work

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When it comes to politics, maybe Bryan Cranston’s best course would be to tread lightly: That’s all well and good, but see, we also have these things called senatorial elections. And senators are kind of in charge of approving the president’s SCOTUS nominations. Saul may be shady, but even he could tell you that the […]

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Wheaton College granted injunction against contraception mandate

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BREAKING: Sup Ct grants Wheaton College injunctive relief agst compliance w HHS contraception mandate, while underlying case plays out. — Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 3, 2014 Big: SCOTUS just enjoined HHS from enforcing contraception mandate against Wheaton College in emergency order, 6-3: http://t.co/ezMx6d1W3o — Matt Ford (@fordm) July 3, 2014 Wheaton College, an evangelical college in […]

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SCOTUS unanimously overturns abortion clinic ‘buffer zones’; Left rages

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ANOTHER unanimous SCOTUS defense of 1st Amendment, even for pro-lifers…no protest-free abortion clinic zones. Via @AP http://t.co/h6207H7TqJ — Steven D. Greydanus (@DecentFilms) June 26, 2014 The Supreme Court ruled this morning that an expansive abortion clinic “buffer zone” in Massachusetts violated the First Amendment. SCOTUS signals that states can pass laws ensuring access to clinics […]

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‘Worst Negro in history’: Clarence Thomas catches hate after SCOTUS ruling

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The irony of Clarence Thomas opposing affirmative action is almost tragic in its grandeur and scope. — Adam Feldman (@FeldmanAdam) April 22, 2014 As Twitchy reported, the Supreme Court voted 6 to 2 today (Justice Kagan did not participate) to uphold Michigan’s right to prohibit affirmative action in college admissions. SCOTUS was castigated by plenty of […]

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