Censorship news covers two major lawsuits (Berenson v. Biden and Murthy v. Missouri), and White House non-compliance with subpoenas.
The Donald Trump Colorado ballot disqualification case came to oral argument. The Supreme Court seems ready to let him stay on the ballot.
The Supreme Court will want to craft a unanimous consensus in the Colorado Trump ballot access case, and seems to be skeptical.
The respondents in Murthy v. Missouri, the big censorship case, filed their brief with the Supreme Court. But they're missing crucial support.
Missouri v. Biden, or Murthy v. Missouri, the great social-media censorship case, now comes to oral argument before a divided Court.
Does the federal government want to start a shooting war with Texas? If they do, they might find themselves at war with more than one State.
Big Law filed 64 percent of its friend-of-the-court briefs to support leftist parties to cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Texas border dispute has set up a drama of inexplicable federal policy - and State defiance. The election will decide the outcome.
Apart from the dangers of Natural Asset Companies, the SEC lacks the authority even to allow, much less promote, such a concept.
The infamous Chevron Deference Doctrine lets quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial executive agencies make their own law. That must stop.