Caveat emptor: I am not now nor have I ever been a lawyer.
The Supreme Court today allowed parts of the Executive Order (EO) that restricts travel from 6 largely Muslim nations to be enforced in part. 1,024 more words
While there are many threats to religious liberty, few are more consequential over the long term than the state’s ever-expanding role in private life. If the government is able to vacuum up tax dollars, create programs large and small for public benefit, and then exclude religious individuals or institutions from those programs, it has functionally created two tiers of citizenship. 829 more words
By J. D. Heyes, editor-in-chief
(National Sentinel) Judiciary: The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Donald J. Trump’s right to impose travel restrictions to the United States on anyone he deems a national security threat, reversing several lower court decisions made by Obama-appointed activist judges who premised their decisions not on the law but on campaign statements. 626 more words