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Why Not All Districts Are Created Equal

This past week, the Supreme Court struck down two congressional district maps in North Carolina as unconstitutional gerrymandering.

What is gerrymandering?

As you know, we have congress members who represent our districts and represent us. 362 more words


Op-Ed: Imagine There's No Donald: What if the 45th President Were Orrin Hatch?

This piece is an op-ed. It is not a report. It is based on informed speculation and chatter, but it is not a report, so I’ll keep it short. 900 more words

Louise Mensch

Alabama Looses Its Cotton-Picking Mind

Alabama just signed into law the Monument Protection Act upholding a 2007 bill.

Laws should not support the acts of treason. Too many are forgetting to put American interest first. 177 more words


10 Little Known Steps For The Presidential Impeachment Process

Within hours after President Trump was elected into office, Democrats have been teaming up with sane people across the country to figure out a way to legally remove Donald from the presidency. 325 more words

Factual Friday

Ivey appoints tax attorney Sellers to Supreme Court

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Gov. Kay Ivey appointed Republican attorney William B. Sellers to the Alabama Supreme Court on Thursday, bringing the court back to its normal size after the ethics case against former chief justice Roy Moore. 171 more words


SAS Institute Inc. v. Lee : For the Love of Administrative Efficiency

Author: Max Mauldin*
Editor: Jeff T. Watson

On the same day the Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft, the Court also granted a petition for writ of certiorari in… 371 more words


Trump Travel Ban Showdown Headed For Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump’s administration is pledging a Supreme Court showdown over his travel ban after a federal appeals ruled that the ban “drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination.” 803 more words