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Right Analysis   /   Judiciary
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.

Louis DeBroux / December 6, 2017

SCOTUS to Decide if Religious Liberty Is Sacrificed on LGBT Altar

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the infamous same-sex wedding cake case.

Thomas Gallatin / December 5, 2017

SCOTUS Scolds Lower Courts

The justices overruled lower judges’ politically motivated block on Trump’s travel ban.

Jordan Candler / December 4, 2017

Nevada Judge: Trump Needs Convict Votes

In truth, statistics undermine Judge Johnson’s seemingly anti-Trump crack.

Todd Johnson / November 7, 2017

Trump Is Already Leaving His Mark on the Courts

The president has tied Ronald Reagan for most appeals court positions filled in his first year.

Thomas Gallatin / October 3, 2017

Trump Consistently Impressive on Judicial Nominations

Democrats are slowing confirmation of judicial nominees, hoping to regain control of Senate in 2018.

Lewis Morris / June 27, 2017

SCOTUS Upholds Trump’s Ban, So What of California’s?

A helpful comparison of a ban for the purposes of national security and one for the purposes of discrimination.

Arnold Ahlert / June 22, 2017

SCOTUS Protects Speech, Offensive or Otherwise

A win for The Slants, a win for the Redskins, and a win for every other American who enjoys Liberty.

Louis DeBroux / June 21, 2017

The Supreme Court to Vote on Gerrymandering

What is gerrymandering, and why does it matter to the Court when it’s been left up to political branches for two centuries?

Nate Jackson / May 22, 2017

The Supreme Court’s Gerrymandered Ruling

Striking down two North Carolina districts because of alleged “racism,” SCOTUS exposes a serious problem with the law.

Political Editors / May 10, 2017

ACLU: Campaign Rhetoric Means More Than Text of Law

The Fourth Circuit considers whether Trump’s speeches trump the text of his travel ban executive order.

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