Justice Neil Gorsuch

Senator Mike Lee Leads Senate GOP Post Bostock

After the Supreme Court's outrageous Bostock decision the Senate's Republican "leaders" act like they are relieved the Supreme Court absolved them of the responsibility for legislating on another embarrassing social issue that would make their friends at the country club squirm. Fortunately, Senator Mike Lee has stepped into the breach to prevent the Capitol Hill GOP from rolling over to Democrat demands to expand Bostock through legislation.

Supreme Court Bypasses Congress Legislates Radical Homosexual Agenda From Bench

From our perspective, what Justice Gorsuch and the Supreme Court majority have just done is force every employer and religious institution in America to put up with any form of bizarre acting out or manifestation of mental illness. So long as it is cloaked in the newly bestowed protection of gender dysmorphia or homosexuality, churches cannot expect employees to uphold their doctrines and employers now cannot rid themselves of disruptive or off-putting employees for fear of being accused of sexual discrimination.

Call Your Senators: Demand Censure Of Senate Democrat Leader Schumer

Sen. Chuck Schumer should be censured for his brazen comments that Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh would "pay the price" for decisions in abortion cases. The toll-free Capitol Switchboard number (1-866-220-0044), we urge CHQ readers and friends to call their Senators to demand that a motion to censure Sen. Schumer for his threats against Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh be introduced and voted on immediately.

Will Chief Justice Roberts Flip On Abortion Like He Flipped On Obamacare?

Roberts cast the deciding vote when the justices last year in a 5-4 vote blocked Louisiana’s law from taking effect while the litigation over its legality continued. That vote brings him into conflict with his position in a Texas case, when Roberts was among the three dissenting justices who concluded that an admitting privileges requirement did not represent an undue burden.

Is the Second Amendment Only for the Elite?

The Framers of the Constitution did not reserve the right of self-defense to those elite members of society whose position or wealth provides them with armed guards. When the courts fail to enforce the promises of the Constitution, then it is up to the legislature to act. We urge Congress to take up and pass a national concealed carry bill.