Supreme Court to Make Significant Rulings on Power of Administrative State, Presidential Immunity, More

 
 
May 15 2024
 
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
Supreme Court to Make Significant Rulings on Power of Administrative State, Presidential Immunity, More
By John G. Malcolm, Seth Lucas

With several closely watched cases still pending, it will likely be a historic finish to this Supreme Court term.
ANALYSIS
 NPR Reporter Assigned to Cover Posters Urging Illegals to Vote for Biden Won't Answer Whether Aliens Voting Bothers Her
By Tyler O'Neil

Are your own tax dollars funding an effort to discredit news about flyers encouraging illegal aliens to vote for President Joe Biden in U.S. elections?
NEWS
'SHAM': House Speaker Johnson Condemns Trial of Trump as 'Politically Motivated'
By Jarrett Stepman

The House speaker says former President Donald Trump is "innocent" in the case and "anyone with common sense can see what's happening here."
NEWS
Mike Lee: Biden DOJ 'Unjustly' Persecuting Pro-Lifers, 'Turning a Blind Eye' to Leftist Crime
By Mary Margaret Olohan

The Utah Republican says the Biden administration targets pro-lifers "while turning a blind eye to the violence, arson, and riots conducted on behalf of 'approved' leftist causes."
COMMENTARY
Actor Steve Buscemi Assaulted in New York. Here's How the Big Apple Became Sucker Punch City.
By Jarrett Stepman

New York City is becoming sucker punch city, where illegal aliens and criminals come first, and law-abiding citizens and police officers come last.
NEWS
Pro-Life Activist Charged by Biden DOJ Gets Almost 5 Years in Prison for Trying to Stop Abortions
By Mary Margaret Olohan

Pro-life activist Lauren Handy has been sentenced to almost five years in prison for attempting to stop abortions from taking place at a Washington, D.C., abortion clinic.
ANALYSIS
Crime Is Rising. Expert John Lott Explains Why.
By Fred Lucas

Lott explains why the FBI reports a decline in crime, even as more Americans say they have been victims of violent crime and property crimes.
COMMENTARY
SOCIETAL ROT, Part 2: In-N-Out Burger Restaurant a Casualty of Prosecutor's Failures
By Zack Smith

Pamela Price, the George Soros-funded Oakland County district attorney, failed to prosecute the thieves and armed robbers who repeatedly ravaged the In-N-Out Burger.
COMMENTARY
ICYMI: Could a Manhattan Jury Acquit Trump?
By Deroy Murdock

Having served on three Manhattan juries, I would not be surprised if the 12 men and women hearing New York v. Donald J. Trump acquit him of all charges.
 
     
 
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