3/27: The Supreme Court should finally settle this matter and hold that political gerrymandering, while perhaps unwise and in some instances unfair, is not a constitutional concern.
7/23: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Elizabeth Slattery discuss what senators should consider during Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings.
These proposals would take the pressure off colleges to conduct quasi-criminal proceedings, which college administrators are ill equipped to do.
A letter from Dianne Feinstein and her colleagues misses the mark.
Much is being written about what the Trump administration has accomplished in its first 100 days, but one achievement has been largely overlooked: its efforts to restore us to being a nation based on the rule of law.
Polling over 1,032 likely voters, C-SPAN found that 90 percent believe the court’s decisions “have an impact on their everyday life as citizens.”
One cannot take the position that prior decisions of the Supreme Court can never be overturned.
With the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, President Donald Trump has kept a key campaign promise: to nominate a worthy successor to late Justice Antonin Scalia who will enforce the rule of law and apply the Constitution as written.
In a 4-4 split vote, the Supreme Court has upheld the preliminary injunction in a case challenging the Obama administration’s attempt to give legal status and work authorizations illegal immigrants.
A federal district court in Washington, D.C., ruled Thursday in favor of the U.S. House of Representatives’ challenge to the Obama administration’s implementation of part of Obamacare.