"We Will Fight This All The Way To The Supreme Court" - 11 States Sue Obama Over Transgender Bathrooms

When last week, Oklahoma threatened to impeach Obama over the administration’s recommendations on accommodating transgender students, saying the president overstepped his constitutional authority, few paid much attention. 728 more words

Draft of Sen. Hatch's op-ed about discussion with Merrick Garland published before meeting occurred

SALT LAKE CITY — An editorial from Senator Orrin Hatch is turning heads, and it turns out it shouldn’t have been published at all.

The Deseret News accidentally posted the editorial about Hatch’s meeting with Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, but that meeting hasn’t happened yet. 189 more words


Special Edition Saturday - May 14, 2016

Our guest this weekend is Gabriel Malor, author and brilliant legal scholar and Supreme Court expert to discuss some o f the upcoming decisions by the court, as well as how the death of Justice Antonin Scalia has affected the court’s decisions. 18 more words


News and some recap

Cosby is going to be tried.   Hey,  hey,  hey!

Lodge Pole Pines are moving to higher elevations in California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range in search of cooler temps. 971 more words

American Politics

Denying Liberty of Conscience

On September 19 , U. S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, Jr. filed an appeal at the Supreme Court of the United States on the exemption granted last June to Hobby Lobby that excused it from having to supply abortion-inducing drugs to its employees. 794 more words

Foster v. Chatman and the necessity of peremptories

In 1986, the United States Supreme Court issued a groundbreaking decision, ruling that race could not be used as a factor in deciding who could be a juror in a criminal case. 790 more words