Grassley and Ernst Say They Will Consider Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee

Iowa’s Republican U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst say they will consider any Supreme Court nominee that President Donald Trump appoints.

Vander Hart: Wait to Confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Replacement

Shane Vander Hart: Filling the vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death before the election will turn up the temperature on a dumpster fire of a race.

Farris: What Homeschoolers Can Teach Churches About Standing Up For Freedom

Michael Farris: In light of the Supreme Court’s refusal to stop state’s threatening churches during COVID-19, churches can learn from homeschoolers.

Supreme Court Denies Justice in Nevada Church’s Lawsuit

Justice Samuel Alito: “We have a duty to defend the Constitution, and even a public health emergency does not absolve us of that responsibility.”

Supreme Court Supports Religious Liberty in Two Decisions

The Supreme Court in two 7 to 2 decisions sided with two Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Little Sisters of the Poor.

Supreme Court Rules Religious Schools Can’t Be Excluded From School Choice Programs

The Supreme Court ruled that Montana’s exclusion of religious schools in their school choice program was a violation of its residents free exercise rights.

Vander Hart: Roberts Places Institutional Loyalty Before Sound Judgment

Shane Vander Hart: Chief Justice John Roberts had the opportunity to correct the wrong decision in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt, but failed to do it.

Vander Hart: Gorsuch v. Gorsuch

Shane Vander Hart: In the Supreme Court’s majority opinion in Bostock, Justice Neil Gorsuch contradicted his own past remarks in 2016 and in Masterpiece.

(Video) Hawley on the Failure of the Conservative Legal Movement

Josh Hawley: “If this case makes anything clear, it is that the bargain that has been offered to religious conservatives for years now is a bad one. It’s time to reject it.’

Supreme Court Rules That Federal Employment Law Protects LGBT Persons

The Supreme Court ruled that federal employment anti-discrimination law does protect LGBT persons because of the prohibition against sex discrimination.

Grassley Calls on Schumer to Apologize to Gorsuch, Kavanaugh

Chuck Grassley: “At best, it was an injection of partisan politics into a process that should be immune to them. At worst, it was a threat targeting two sitting members of the Supreme Court.”

Roberts Rebukes Schumer for Threatening Justices During a Pro-Abortion Rally

Chief Justice John Roberts rebuked Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for threatening Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh at a pro-abortion rally.

Supreme Court Considers Big School Choice Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has taken up a pivotal case in the fight for school choice: Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue where tax credit scholarships are at stake.

It’s Way Past Time to Fight Pornography

Shane Vander Hart: Pornography is a public health epidemic that hurts families, destroys marriages, kills love, and breeds violence. It’s time to act.

Employment Cases Go to Supreme Court

Title VII was enacted, in part, to protect women in the workforce from discrimination, and does not include claims based on ‘sexual orientation” and “gender identity.”

Justice Thomas: “SCOTUS Must Face Abortion Decisions”

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas: “This case serves as a stark reminder that our abortion jurisprudence has spiraled out of control.”