Supreme Court


The Supreme Court Could Destroy the Economy in One Decision

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics February 12, 2018   The Supreme Court Could Destroy the Economy in One Decision     In a 1992 case, the Supreme Court refused to require that mail-order retailers collect sales taxes from buyers in other states. For a quarter-century, that has given the online retailers a competitive advantage over brick-and-mortar […]

The Supreme Court Could Destroy the Economy in One Decision

Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

Justice Denied: The Government Is Not Going to Save Us

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute January 10, 2018   Justice Denied: The Government Is Not Going to Save Us   The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled: it will not hear the case of Young v. Borders. Despite the fact that a 26-year-old man was gunned down by police who banged on the wrong door […]


Digital Rights Issues on the Horizon at the Supreme Court

By Kate Tummarello Electronic Frontier Foundation February 6, 2017   Digital Rights Issues on the Horizon at the Supreme Court     The Supreme Court already has a list of digital civil liberties issues to consider in the near future, and that list is likely to grow. If confirmed, President Donald Trump’s nominee to fill […]

Digital Rights Issues on the Horizon at the Supreme Court

The Civics Lessons They Never Teach Anymore

By Gary M. Galles Foundation for Economic Education February 3, 2017   The Civics Lessons They Never Teach Anymore     Following Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, my morning commute was wall-to-wall with it, including plenty of weasel words (e.g., Senator Schumer’s fixation on tarring him as “outside the mainstream”) and heat (e.g., […]

The Civics Lessons They Never Teach Anymore

Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 12, 2017   Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers     For more than 35 years, states have been allowed to let cameras in the courtroom, but some courts have enacted full bans — not just on TV cameras and photographers but on all […]


Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute December 16, 2016   Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing   225 years ago today, the first ten amendments were added to the new Constitution of 1787. Those amendments have come to be known as the Bill of Rights, and taken as a whole, these amendments represent what can only […]

Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing

Andrew Napolitano: Police Had ‘No Right’ to Drag Passenger off United Plane

Donald Trump Meets with Judge Andrew Napolitano Regarding Supreme Court Nomination

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute December 15, 2016   Donald Trump Meets with Judge Andrew Napolitano Regarding Supreme Court Nomination   Judge Andrew Napolitano, who serves on the Ron Paul Institute Advisory Board in addition to being the senior judicial analyst at Fox News, met for an hour Thursday with President-elect Donald Trump at […]


Starting Tomorrow, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

Starting Today, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

By  Shaun Bradley The Anti-Media December 1, 2016   Starting Today, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant     On Thursday, December 1, a vital Supreme Court order is set to go into effect that dramatically expands the surveillance power of federal agents. The impending alteration to Rule 41 of the Federal […]


Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government

By Against Crony Capitalism November 19, 2016   Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government     Well, we’ll have to see how things go with Trump. On the one hand he appears to be making some positive moves toward streamlining some things in government. On the other hand he is also talking about […]

Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government

Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud

Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud

By RPI Staff Ron Paul Institute August 28, 2016   Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud     Ron Paul Institute Senior Fellow Adam Dick, in a Wake Up Call Podcast interview posted on Friday, argues that Libertarian Party presidential and vice-presidential nominees Gary Johnson and Bill Weld have […]