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Judicial Supremacy Smacks Pennsylvania

Judicial Supremacy Smacks Pennsylvania

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Pennsylvania is a “Rust Belt” state that found a new source of jobs with development of the Marcellus Shale, a vast deposit of underground natural gas. Thanks to a process called "fracking" that extracts natural gas, many struggling Pennsylvania towns are undergoing an economic revival. Adjacent New York and New Jersey ban [...]

“Absolute and arbitrary authority power… ” – Activism and the Supreme Court

“Absolute and arbitrary authority power… ” – Activism and the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court orders the Obama Administration to respond in 30 days to rehearing petition for Obamacare to address its religious freedom assault and the constitutionality of the individual mandate, both of which were not ruled on last time.Photo credit: US Supreme Court American Minute with Bill Federer On OCTOBER 15, 1788, James [...]

Robert Bork and Grove City College

Robert Bork and Grove City College

Robert H. Bork JOHN SPARKS, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES On a dark February afternoon in 1988, 25 students in a U.S. Constitutional History class waited expectantly in a little-used dining hall on the campus of Grove City College (in Grove City, Pennsylvania) for a special guest lecturer to arrive. I was the professor in charge of that [...]

Obama’s Monumental Misunderstanding

Obama’s Monumental Misunderstanding

JOHN A. SPARKS, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES President Obama recently complained about the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down Obamacare. He used the term “unprecedented” and was critical of “judicial activism” engaged in by “unelected” judges. In so doing, he showed his monumental misunderstanding of American [...]

Obama’s Self-Induced Constitutional Clash

Obama’s Self-Induced Constitutional Clash

JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ A new development in the weeklong war of words launched by President Obama at the Supreme Court. Today, Attorney General Holder complied with a request by a federal appeals court judge to provide a written explanation about the role of the judiciary. It all began on Monday when President Obama chastised the high court [...]

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