SCOTUS To Lower Courts On The Travel Ban: Knock It Off

SCOTUS To Lower Courts On The Travel Ban: Knock It Off Daily Caller Kevin Daley Supreme Court Reporter December 6, 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court appears somewhat irritated with federal courts that have repeatedly barred the Trump administration from enforcing immigration policies halting the entry of certain classes of migrants and refugees. The high court’s latest orders sent three clear signals to lower courts, all of which are positive signs for President Donald Trump. First, the Supreme Court is quite clearly expressing its view that the government will prevail on the merits of this dispute. The Court would not grant an application with … Continue reading

SCOTUS Reinstates Most of President Trump’s Travel Ban

  Trump travel ban: Supreme Court reinstates key parts of executive order Fox News June 26,2017 In a victory for the Trump administration, the Supreme Court on Monday lifted key components of an injunction against President Trump’s proposed ban on travel from six majority-Muslim nations, reinstating much of the policy and promising to hear full arguments as early as this fall. The court’s decision means the justices will now wade into the biggest legal controversy of the Trump administration — the president’s order temporarily restricting travel, which even Trump has termed a “travel ban.” The court made clear that a … Continue reading

SCOTUS Decisions Affecting Immigrants

SCOTUS Decisions Affecting Immigration Issues   Maslenjak v. U.S: To strip citizenship for false statements, government must show that lies would have mattered Maslenjak became a U.S. citizen in 2007, but several years later she was stripped of her citizenship and deported – as was her husband – because immigration officials discovered that she had made false statements during her naturalization process. The federal government countered, and the lower courts agreed, that Maslenjak could lose her citizenship even if her lies did not play any role in the officials’ decision. Today the Supreme Court largely agreed with Maslenjak, holding that … Continue reading

Procedural Question Being Decided In Supreme Court

What happens when the procedure for federal courts breaks down across the nation? Where each district rules on a single procedure differently? SCOTUS has to decide.   This is the case before the Supreme Court right now. Lee v. United States is a case docketed for oral argument during the October 2016 term of the U.S. Supreme Court. Argument in the case is scheduled for March 28, 2017. The case comes on a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. The case: A legal, nonresident alien pleaded guilty to a charge on the … Continue reading

Federal judge dismisses attempt to force vote on Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland

Federal judge dismisses attempt to force vote on Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland Jurist by William Thiesen November 18, 2016 A judge for the US District Court for the District of Columbia[official website] dismissed a lawsuit [order, PDF] on Thursday, effectively ending a long-shot attempt to force Congress to vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland. The lawsuit was filed by Steven Michel, an attorney based in New Mexico [profile], who claimed Congress’ inaction on the nomination resulted in a “violat[ion of] his Seventeenth Amendment [PHP image] right to elect his senators by depriving his home-state senators … Continue reading

Dark Lord: Hacked Documents Reveal Magnitude Of George Soros’s Domestic Influence

by AARON KLEIN24 Aug 2016 Reviews of the more than 2,500 documents hacked from the servers of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations highlight the undue influence the billionaire financier exerts domestically, from attempting to remake the American electorate to successfully lobbying for changes in U.S. immigration policy to funding initiatives targeting local police forces. While many of the documents spotlight Soros’s global network, focus on the hacked materials from his Foundations’ U.S. contingent begins to expose the many tentacles of the Democratic Party mega-donor’s operation and its deep impact over the policy objectives of the Obama administration, often utilizing a slew of U.S.-based … Continue reading

Today’s Class – Dissecting A Snake

Warning This May Be To Much For Some To Handle Please Go In Safe Zone   We all know how often Hillary has been caught lying or ignoring facts when confronted. But the example by our POTUS equal to the task.  Let’s look closer at his twenty minutes of fabrications. (I don’t expect you guys to listen again. Once for me was enough.) Okay Folks, gloves on, puke bag at hand.  Starting at the tail.  Oh I forgot to mention the snake is only lightly sedated…little sniff here, little taste there… “But for more than two decades now, our immigration … Continue reading

Immigration DAPA Halted by One Sentence SCOTUS Decision

PER CURIAM. “The judgement is affirmed by an equally divided court.” Breaking – In one sentence decision by SCOTUS  opponents of DAPA have been handed a victory against Obama’s illegal actions. The Supreme Court on Thursday announced that it had deadlocked in a case challenging President Obama’s immigration plan, a sharp blow to an ambitious program that Mr. Obama had hoped would become one of his central legacies. As a result, as many as five million undocumented immigrants will not be shielded from deportation or allowed to legally work in the United States. By rendering the tie decision, SCOTUS has … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — December 12, 2015

. “The judiciary of the United States is the subtle corps of sappers and miners constantly working under ground to undermine the foundations of our confederated fabric. They are construing our constitution from a co-ordination of a general and special government to a general and supreme one alone.” Thomas Jefferson, letter to Thomas Ritchie, 1820   ~ ~   Grouchy   ~ ~

SCOTUS Warned to Leave Marriage Alone

From WND Thousands of signers of a new marriage pledge, including leaders of Christian organizations representing millions, are warning the justices on the U.S. Supreme Court to leave marriage alone. No “redefinition.” No “gay marriage.” No nothing. “We will view any decision by the Supreme Court [overturning traditional marriage] or any court the same way history views the Dred Scott and Buck v. Bell decisions. Our highest respect for the rule of law requires that we not respect an unjust law that directly conflicts with higher law,” says a Marriage Pledge that was assembled by Keith Fournier, a Catholic deacon … Continue reading

SCOTUS Rules In Favor of Hobby Lobby

From NBC News: The U.S. Supreme Court, in a limited decision, ruled Monday that closely held, for-profit companies can claim a religious exemption to the Obamacare requirement that they provide health insurance coverage for contraceptives. For-profit corporations — including Conestoga Wood of Pennsylvania, owned by a family of Mennonite Christians, and Hobby Lobby, a family-owned chain of arts and crafts stores founded on Biblical principles — had challenged a provision of the Affordable Care Act. It requires companies with more than 50 employees to cover preventive care services, which include such contraceptives as morning-after pills, diaphragms and IUDs. The court’s … Continue reading

Obama smackdown 9-0

Supreme Court rebukes Obama on recess appointments By Robert Barnes June 26 | Wa Post The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that President Obama exceeded his constitutional authority in making high-level government appointments in 2012 when he declared the Senate to be in recess and unable to act on the nominations. Obama made appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) at a time when the Senate was holding pro forma sessions every three days precisely to thwart the president’s ability to exercise the power. “The Senate is in session when it says it is,” Justice Stephen G. Breyer wrote … Continue reading