Mar 4, 2024
The short answer is that no one knows what is motivating the Court. Does it mean that they are inclined to accept an extreme and unprecedented argument that Trump, who the appellate court had ruled is "Citizen Trump," is in fact above the law? It could.
Feb 26, 2024
The gift of a healthy baby is not something any court should have the power to threaten or take away. These life-changing personal decisions should be protected as private, not manipulated as props in a political and ideological sport.
Feb 20, 2024
Eighty percent of the public favors commonsense regulation of guns. Instead, we have a patchwork that varies from state to state, and uneven enforcement. Every time we have a shooting, we take to our separate sides, and nothing happens.
Feb 16, 2024
If there was one lesson to be learned from Bush v. Gore, and its impact on the Supreme Court's credibility, it is that the court should not decide presidential elections. That job belongs to the people: in the case of Donald Trump, to voters and juries.
Feb 1, 2024
Jonathan Conricus, the former spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces, describes the UNRWA as "an obstacle to peace and a corrupt organization that facilitates the continued rule of Hamas over Gaza and its terrorist activities against Israel."
Jan 25, 2024
Elections in a two-party system tend to be decided in the middle, not by ideologues on either side. Simple math tells you that in an election that is likely to be a referendum on Donald Trump, two anti-Trump candidates are enough to elect Trump.
Jan 20, 2024
Democrats need to acknowledge the failures at the border and deal with them. Republicans need to stop playing games and do the work that they were elected to do. Going after the scalp of Alejandro Mayorkas solves nothing at all.
Jan 9, 2024
Trump is not in the driver's seat, at least not yet, and if the Supreme Court can find a way for the lower courts to resolve the immediate crisis, they may yet save their reputations and the court's in the process.