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Right Analysis   /   Judiciary
Jordan Candler / June 28, 2018

Six Potential Targets of Trump’s Supreme Court

Replacing Kennedy might just mean overturning some really bad precedents.

Thomas Gallatin / June 27, 2018

SCOTUS Narrowly Upholds Constitution

Three clear issues regarding Rule of Law divide the High Court along ideological lines.

John J. Bastiat / June 27, 2018

Hard Cases Make Bad Fourth Amendment Law

The Supreme Court weighs in on expectation of privacy for cellphone location data.

Lewis Morris / June 19, 2018

SCOTUS Leaves Gerrymandering to the States

Cases in Wisconsin and Maryland are left to lower courts and the political branches to sort out.

Publius / June 8, 2018

Video: A Piece of Cake

The Supreme Court has ruled on the wedding cake issue … but it’s not the ruling that anybody expected.

Political Editors / June 4, 2018

Supreme Court Sides With Religious Liberty

The baker who refused to bake a customized cake for a same-sex wedding couple is vindicated.

John J. Bastiat / May 31, 2018

Fourth Amendment: Supremes Get One Right … Or Do They?

What exactly is admissible criminal evidence and when is a warrant needed?

Thomas Gallatin / May 24, 2018

Trolling Judge Blocks Trump From Blocking Twitter Trolls

She declares that Trump’s blocking of critics on his private account violates the First Amendment.

Lewis Morris / May 22, 2018

SCOTUS: Contracts Mean What They Say

The Left-Right divide on the Court was once again the theme of a case that shouldn’t have been hard.

Thomas Gallatin / April 26, 2018

SCOTUS Appears to Lean Trump’s Way on Travel Ban

The justices grilled the travel ban’s opponents over their charge that it is unconstitutional.

Caroline C. Lewis / March 22, 2018

Free Speech on Trial in NIFLA Pro-Life Clinic Case

Can the government force you to speak a message it chooses — a message contrary to your beliefs?

Political Editors / March 19, 2018

No Fourth Amendment Rights at the Border?

Court rules that no warrant is necessary for border searches of a U.S. citizen’s cell phone content.

Caroline C. Lewis / March 15, 2018

No More Crosses?

A case being appealed to the Supreme Court may settle whether memorial crosses are “unconstitutional.”

Lewis Morris / February 28, 2018

Forced Public-Union Dues on Trial

The Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of forcing non-union public employees to pay union fees.

Nate Jackson / December 19, 2017

Ninth Circuit: Another Court Vacancy for Trump

If Trump continues apace, his record on the courts alone would be reason to count his presidency a success.

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