Big Labor's big problems with the Supreme Court

Sean Higgins The Washington Examiner 7/7/2014

About the best thing that Big Labor can say about the recently concluded Supreme Court term is that it could have been much worse for them.

Union leaders dodged two major bullets in the cases Harris v. Quinn and Unite Here Local 355 v. Mulhall that could have drastically […]

The Obama Administration’s No Good, Very Bad Day at the Supreme Court

David French The Corner National Review Online 6/26/2014

Two decisions. Two unanimous Obama administration defeats. Two cases where years of leftist sophistry were undone by short paragraphs of basic constitutional common sense. First, in NLRB v. Canning, the Supreme Court answered a simple question — was the Senate in session when the Obama administration tried […]

Supreme Court says abortion clinic buffer zone unconstitutional

Sean Lengell The Washington Examiner 6/26/2014

The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Massachusetts law that set 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics, saying it violated the First Amendment free speech rights of protesters.

The unanimous decision is a victory for anti-abortion activists and even some liberal-leaning groups who feared the law, if upheld, […]

'Not even a smidgen of corruption'

Michael Ramirez Investors.com 2/10/2014

 

 

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Related: Video: ‘Not even a smidgen of corruption’: Obama downplays IRS, other scandals

President Obama, in an interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, tried to put behind him the scandals that have hung over his second term, suggesting his administration […]

Scalia slams Obama

Christopher Bedford The Daily Caller 1/13/2014

On Monday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia slammed President Barack Obama’s interpretation of the U.S. Constitution during oral arguments over Recess appointments.

The case, National Labor Relations Board vs. Noel Canning, is over whether the president acted legally when he made a series of temporary appointments to the National […]

This Is the End of the Senate. It’s Harry Reid’s Fault.

Sen. Lamar Alexander Politico 1/8/2014

The United States Senate is starting the New Year the same way it ended the last one: with the Democratic leader bringing up legislation that hasn’t been considered by committee, then threatening to cut off amendments, cut off debate and cut off votes.

First, it was unemployment insurance. Next, it […]