This law, if it is not struck down, will essentially replace our civilian judiciary with a military one. Those targeted under this law will not be warned beforehand that they will be arrested. They will not have a chance to get a lawyer. They will not see the inside of...
By asking the Supreme Court to let them enjoy all the protections of this corporate form, but not all of its duties, Hobby Lobby’s owners want to have their corporate cake and eat it, too.
Will the Roberts court turn the First Amendment on its head to advance the privileges of oligarchy at the expense of nearly everyone else? We should have an answer, perhaps, in a matter of days.
The US Supreme Court is about to rule in a case that, if successful, would sound the death knell for average Americans’ rapidly-dwindling influence over our politics.
USA v. Muhtorov is perhaps the most significant challenge to warrantless wiretaps in the U.S. yet.