by pmccray 8 years ago
I like to read the opinion of my fellow hubbers regarding the ruling struck down by the Supreme Court today. It seems that the all Republican appointees struck down a ruling regarding regulation of corporations' influence on election and public policy. Bottom line; Huge corporations...
by candice5 9 years ago
by ahorseback 13 months ago
The most perfect example of ideological pollution of the lower federal courts by Obama and his corrupted administration has been exposed , Yesterday the US Supreme Courts CLEARED Trumps Travel Ban of seven middle east countries , Interesting...
by Ralph Schwartz 7 weeks ago
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday dealt a blow to organized labor, ruling that non-members cannot be forced in certain states to pay fees to unions representing public employees such as teachers and police, shutting off a key union revenue source. The ruling means that the estimated 5 million...
by My Esoteric 2 years ago
He has what I would hope be a memorable quote in Federalist Paper #22, "Other Defects of the Present Confederation". In referring to the purpose of courts, he said -"Laws are dead letters without courts to expound and define their true meaning and operation"It seems to me...
by Yves 2 years ago
Does anyone know if the Little Sisters of the Poor were acknowledged by Obama in his final State of.....the Union address, along with all the other charitable people invited by Paul Ryan, U.S. Speaker of the House? I watched on and off and didn't see anything. The sisters run 30 nursing homes for...
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