Eviction Moratorium Causes Judge To Contradict Herself

It’s not legal, but I’m not overturning it. That’s the message from the judge who fielded a lawsuit against the Center for Disease Control over their moratorium on evictions nationwide. But US District Judge Dabney Friedrich made it clear she believes the ban is illegal, writing in her opinion thatContinue Reading

The Supreme Court handed down some much-anticipated rulings this morning in regard to the President’s elusive tax returns and financial records the Democrats so desperately want. There were two main cases before the court that were ruled on today. 1.¬†One was the case brought by the Manhattan Prosecutor Cy Vance,Continue Reading

In 2016, when President Donald Trump was elected, a number of state-appointed presidential electors in Colorado decided they were going to vote their conscience, not with the winner of the presidential election in their state, as the law states they MUST DO. On Monday, the United States Supreme Court slappedContinue Reading

In another surprising move the conservative dominated Supreme Court rules on emotions rather than law continuing the practice of legislating from the bench. Earlier this week they ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that bans discrimination of the basis of race, religion, and sex alsoContinue Reading