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Betraying Trump, Kavanaugh and Gorsuch Stay Loyal to the Law: Two Centuries of Precedents Say the President Is Not Immune From Judicial Process Jul. 15, 2020

Jacob Sullum

Two years ago, while fighting the confirmation of Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Senat... Read More

'But Gorsuch' Is Still Trump's Best Argument Jul. 03, 2020

David Harsanyi

This week, the Supreme Court struck down a Montana constitutional provision barring religious school... Read More

A Pandemic Does Not Suspend the Rule of Law: Courts Are Beginning to Recognize That Public Health Powers, While Broad, Are Not a Blank Check May. 20, 2020

Jacob Sullum

The recent court decisions overturning COVID-19 lockdowns in Wisconsin and Oregon focused on abstrus... Read More

A Virus Makes the Supreme Court More Transparent: Unprecedented Live Audio Streaming of Oral Arguments Could Signal More Openness Apr. 29, 2020

Jacob Sullum

The case that the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Monday morning, a trademark dispute involvin... Read More

Chuck Schumer, the Supreme Court and an Abortion Menace Mar. 08, 2020

Steve Chapman

Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh certainly have grounds to feel threatened and aggrieved by... Read More

Schumer's Threats to Justices Not Just Idle Talk Mar. 08, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — Unlike President Donald Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tends to be p... Read More

Chuck Schumer's Despicable Attack on the Supreme Court Mar. 06, 2020

David Harsanyi

"If, then, the courts of justice are to be considered as the bulwarks of a limited Constitution agai... Read More

Threatening Supreme Court Justices Is Never OK Mar. 06, 2020

Adriana Cohen

Congress must censure Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for threatening two Supreme Co... Read More

The Gambler: RBG and the Trump Campaign Aug. 27, 2019

William Murchison

Over the weekend, the media took notice of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's apparently successful treat... Read More

Is the President Above the Law? Dec. 28, 2018

Susan Estrich

The Constitution establishes impeachment as the means of removal of the president by Congress. As we... Read More

Partisan Divide Keeps Popping Up in Supreme Court Rulings Nov. 25, 2018

Debra J. Saunders

It's not often that President Donald Trump appears more knowledgeable and honest about American juri... Read More

The Electoral College Debate Oct. 17, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, seeking to represent New York's 14th Congressional Di... Read More

Our Rules of the Game: US Constitution Jul. 18, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, leading to President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavana... Read More

Where's the Independent Voice Among Justices Appointed by Democrats? Jul. 01, 2018

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — As Justice Anthony Kennedy prepares to retire, all eyes in Washington will be on ... Read More

Supreme Court's Big Blow Against Voter Fraud Is Game-Changer Jun. 14, 2018

Dick Morris

The 5-4 Supreme Court decision upholding an Ohio law that uses "special procedures" to remove invali... Read More

Labor Thuggery at the Supreme Court Feb. 28, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Organized labor took off the gloves Monday, warning the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court that free... Read More

Rules of the Game Nov. 07, 2016

Walter E. Williams

The underpinnings of a decent society are neutral laws — laws that favor no particular individ... Read More

Shrink the Supreme Court? Nov. 03, 2016

Steve Chapman

When you can't win a fair contest, you have a few choices. You can gracefully accept the loss. You c... Read More

The Real Threat to the Constitution Is Trump Sep. 25, 2016

Steve Chapman

For a Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump has shown an unprecedented aptitude for alienati... Read More

Supreme Court vs. Rule of Law Jun. 26, 2015

David Harsanyi

Here is John Roberts, chief oracle of the United States of America, from Thursday's King v. Burwell ... Read More