It is hoped that the Supreme Court seizes the opportunity to hear one or more Second Amendment appeals.
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker rescinded his executive order banning church services of more than 10 people just hours before he was required to defend it before the Supreme Court.
A street preacher whose First Amendment-protected rights were violated received a settlement last week from Portland, Oregon. It’s a tiny win in a big war, but an important one.
The Democrats are in full panic mode over Trump's restoring the judicial landscape to reflect the Founders' intent.
The Republican National Committee, National Republican Congressional Committee, and California Republican Party are suing the state of California over Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order that has mandated all registered voters in the state receive vote-by-mail ballots. According to the lawsuit, the May 8 executive order is an “illegal power grab” and a “recipe for disaster,” as it would allow inactive voters, including those who have left the state or have died, to receive the ballots.
The U.S. Justice Department announced on Friday that it was officially supporting a lawsuit meant to rein in Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker’s “stay at home” orders issued in response to the COVD-19 virus threat.
Within hours of a court’s ruling that Ohio’s public health director had reached way beyond her authority in closing various businesses, including gyms and fitness centers, those businesses reopened. And none too soon,
In Illinois, citizens and local officials are becoming fed up with Governor J.B. Pritzger's draconian stay-at-home measures, which are supposedly meant to halt the spread of COVID-19.
New Jersey gym owners continue to defy lockdowns, and a GoFundMe page has already raised $70,000 to help the owners with their legal fees.
A letter from an assistant attorney general and four U.S. attorneys in California sent on Tuesday warned California Governor Gavin Newsom about discriminating against churches in his shutdown and reopening orders.
Highly regarded Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz insisted that state governments in the United States have the constitutional authority to force citizens to be vaccinated.