Court to Obama: What Part of ‘The’ Do You Not Understand?

Terence P. Jeffrey CNS News 1/25/2013

…In an amicus brief that they jointly submitted to the court, the National Right to Work Foundation and Mark Levin’s Landmark Legal Foundation argued that because the Constitution gives the House and Senate sole power to set their own rules of proceedings, Obama has no power to say when […]

Supreme Court Saves Best for Last

Peter Landers The Wall Street Journal 6/21/2012

As usual, the Supreme Court, although close to the end of its term, is in no hurry to decide its big cases.

The court ruled Thursday against the FCC in the indecency case, saying it didn’t give fair notice to broadcasters.

But many big cases remain to be […]

Supreme Court to Consider Class-Action Challenge of SEIU Political Fee

Court to review Ninth Circuit decision requiring California state employees to contribute to union political fund

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation via Green Mountain Scribes 1/5/2012

Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, January 10, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a class-action lawsuit initiated by eight California civil servants […]

Malkin: Big Labor’s legacy of violence

Michelle Malkin 9/3/2011

…union members can opt out of having their hard-earned dues used for political purposes. Several readers e-mailed that they had never heard of the process by which this was possible and wanted to know how they could do it. Here are your rights as a union worker. Here is a backgrounder […]

Another Target of FBI Terror Raids Connected to SEIU

Founding Bloggers 9/28/2010

In our previous post connecting the targets of recent FBI terror-related search warrants to Barack Obama’s New Party, we noted Gateway Pundit’s reporting on the connections of at least one of those targets to SEIU.

Now another one of the targets of the FBI subpoenas, Thomas Burke, is connected to the same […]