Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has called for a filibuster to stop an up-or-down vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch.
The Texas Legislature is once again considering the controversial — and dangerous — course of applying to Congress for a constitutional convention. Two such Senate bills have been passed by that body and are waiting to be referred to committee. The House versions of those bills are already in committee. And while the Legislature debates this issue, Governor Greg Abbott is continuing to put his weight behind it.
The Senate Judiciary Committee began holding hearings on March 20 to consider the nomination of Neil M. Gorsuch to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency that has too much, ill-defined power, should be dismantled. But at least Trump might get the power to fire its director, as he has with every other agency head.
In the name of stopping Donald Trump, the courts are not only endangering Americans but could be ushering in “the end of the United States in any meaningful sense.” They’re doing this by creating, out of thin air, an “affirmative right to immigrate,” says senior Conservative Review editor Daniel Horowitz.
A bill in the New York legislature would fine website operators for not removing online material deemed to be “inaccurate,” “irrelevant,” “inadequate,” or “excessive.” Three other bills already passed by the New York State Senate would also attack free speech.
The Tennessee General Assembly has filed a lawsuit claiming the federal refugee settlement program violates the 10th Amendment.
Arkansas state Representative Stephen Meeks and 19 co-sponsors have proposed a bill that would nullify the Supreme Court's same-sex "marriage" opinion.
The Uber driver and lawyer who was told by a Wilmington, North Carolina, police sergeant that if he did not stop recording he would be arrested says he thinks most police officers are good but that there are "a few bad apples."