Election law looks to dominate the 2022 term of the U.S. Supreme Court, with a major redistricting case having far-reaching implications.
The Supreme Court finished its 2021 term, in which it did much to start restoring Constitutional government to the United States.
The Supreme Court issued a split decision on executive powers in America, showing deference in one case and setting limits in another.
Do executive powers have any Constitutional limits? The Supreme Court has two cases left on its docket to decide precisely that.
Prayer by public employees won a partial victory in the Supreme Court today. But Coach Joseph Kennedy conceded too much at the outset.
Substantive due process lets an appellate court create rights - which it can only do by destroying other rights. Time to drop it.
The pro-life side scored a great victory yesterday. But they have only taken a strategic mountain. To win they must capture hears and minds.
The Supreme Court has made it official: Roe v. Wade is no longer the law of the land. The abortion debate shifts to the States.
Advocates for the Second Amendment scored a landmark victory today as the Supreme Court struck down a 109-year-old New York law.
The Supreme Court, in Carson v. Makin, thoroughly repudiates the no-State-support-of-religion amendments by James G. Blaine.