Supreme Court

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Spirited Democrats spew more anti-Trump slime on Day Two of the DNC

Democrats continued their assault on Donald Trump during day two of the DNC and Bill Clinton even tried to pass off his wife as a change agent. Plus, Size doesn’t always matter, at least when it comes to convention bounces; All roads lead to Pennsylvania for Trump’s best chance to take blue territory; Democrats admit they’re worried about more email trouble, and, Rush says Trump is hack-proof and there’s more out there on Crooked Hillary.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Turmoil and red meat at the first day of the Republican Convention

The evening program of the first day of the Republican National Convention offered plenty of interest, but the “stars” of the show were not necessarily the ones you would expect. Plus, #NeverTrump wanted convention chaos and in getting it killed necessary reforms of the RNC that conservatives have been working on for years; Ted Cruz will back Trump because everyone will be better off when The Donald wins, and, Beyond Cleveland, Trump is just getting started.

Conservatives, I Urge You to Join Me: Unite Behind Trump and Pence

By: Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Friends, we've had our howl of frustration, but this is now a binary choice: Trump and Pence vs. Hillary Clinton. In this battle there is only the victory or defeat of constitutional liberty and the rule of law. In this battle there is no third option, there is no compromise, there is no sitting out the election. I’m all in for Trump and Pence and I urge you to join me and them in making America great again.

Stop Pretending the Court Is Impartial

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

How can liberals credibly uphold the pretense that Supreme Court decisions, where the left is the majority, represent judgments based on the Constitution, when Ginsburg, the leading leftist, has revealed herself to be a rabid partisan who can’t wait to use her judicial power to impose her ideology upon the United States?

SCOTUS Sweeps Away Constitutional Liberties, Creates Nonexistent Rights

Rob Natelson, CNS News

Three recent Supreme Court decisions reveal in the area of personal rights, most of the justices are applying rules completely unrelated to the liberties provided by the U.S. Constitution. In two of the cases, the majority refused to protect clearly defined rights, and in the third, the majority strained to protect a “right” that is not expressly written.