federal courts

Federal Judge Upholds AL Voter ID Law in Win for Common Sense

Hans von Spakovsky, CNS News

A federal judge in Alabama ruled Alabama’s ID law for both in-person and absentee voting is constitutional and does not violate the Voting Rights Act. Alabama thus joins more than a dozen states that have implemented sensible, nondiscriminatory voter ID requirements—requirements that have been upheld in the courts in almost every state with only a few exceptions.

When the ‘Dogma Lives Loudly’ within One — What Judge Amy Barrett Can Teach Us

Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review

The truth of the matter is that people living, say, the Beatitudes loudly in the world — which they tend to do softly but earnestly, behind the scenes, not made for photo-ops — are a win for everyone, something that people of all faiths, including the secular liberal one, can welcome. And let’s debate the issues we actually disagree on out in the open, without euphemisms such as “Pro-Choice America.” That is, unless your ideology is stifling your magnanimity and true devotion to the common good.

Field Day at the Federal Courts

Robert Vega, American Thinker

Advocates for same-sex marriage are not arguing in good faith. They continue to shape the legal playing field in prejudicial ways.