Anthony Kennedy Archives

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a Civil Rights Pioneer Before She Even Joined the Supreme Court

October 2, 2018

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a women's rights advocate even before she helped shape them on the Supreme Court.

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Kavanaugh Committed Perjury, Documents Show. Will He End Up on The Supreme Court — Or in Jail?

September 11, 2018

Republicans want to push forward Kavanaugh while hiding his records from the public. Why?

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What Just Happened in the Mueller Case Could Help Trump Get Away With Treason

August 10, 2018

What looks like a victory for Mueller, could be a ticking time bomb...

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God Says Obama – Not Trump – is the Real Traitor, Self Proclaimed ‘Prophet’ Declares

January 18, 2018

Mark Taylor is a retired firefighter turned author. More accurately, he is a religious-themed, conspiracy theory peddling provocateur. If you ask Taylor himself though, he will tell you he is a prophet. He claims to have been contacted directly by…

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SCOTUS Just Ruled To Protect Women With This Common Sense Gun Ban

June 27, 2016

Monday was a day of landmark decisions for women thanks to the Supreme Court, but one Justice indicated earlier that he isn’t particularly happy about one of them. The first decision marks a huge defeat for anti-abortion groups. The second decision is in regards to…

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Did The GOP’s SCOTUS Obstruction Just Let A Cop Killer Escape Justice?

May 14, 2016

The U.S. Supreme Court deadlocked in a tie vote on Thursday night, sparing an Alabama death row inmate from execution. With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the court is now evenly split between liberal and conservative justices, and it denied…

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SHAMEFUL: GOP Vows Not To Let Obama Replace Scalia, But Liberals Will Still Win

February 13, 2016

Justice Antonin Scalia’s body has barely cooled and already the GOP’s frothing at the mouth, spoiling for a fight, and heaping scorn and disrespect on President Barack Obama. Because, of course, there’s no way in Hell our GOP-run Senate will allow any of…

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Married Today, Fired Tomorrow? The Struggle For LGBT Rights Is A Long Way From Over

July 1, 2015

June 26th will forever be remembered as an enormously important day in the history of LGBT rights. In Obergefell v. Hodges the Supreme Court found that marriage may no longer be restricted to opposite gendered couples. This is huge. While the…

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Supreme Court Strikes Blow Against Gerrymandering

June 29, 2015

This may not be as immediately exciting as last week’s historic ruling on same sex marriage, but there’s another bit of good news from the Supreme Court. By a 5-4 margin, the court upheld the constitutionality of an independent redistricting commission…

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