Supreme Court asked to delay decision on citizenship question in Census

WASHINGTON—Claiming new evidence contradicts the Trump administration’s rationale for wanting to ask 2020 Census respondents whether they are U.S. citizens, a left-wing open-borders group is asking the Supreme Court to delay its upcoming decision in the case. The results from the once-a-decade census, … Continue reading Supreme Court asked to delay decision on citizenship question in Census

Questions raised about conviction of conservative Texas ex-congressman

Painting imprisoned former Rep. Steve Stockman of Texas, an outspoken critic of then-President Barack Obama, as a victim of a complex, politically motivated runaway prosecution, defenders of the Republican ex-lawmaker are urging a federal appeals court to reconsider Stockman’s fraud-related … Continue reading Questions raised about conviction of conservative Texas ex-congressman

Supreme Court takes Intel employee retirement plan mismanagement case

WASHINGTON—For the second time in June, the Supreme Court has agreed to take on a case involving a technology company’s alleged mismanagement of employee retirement plan investments. The case is known as Intel Corporation Investment Policy Committee v. Christopher M. Sulyma. Santa Clara, California-based … Continue reading Supreme Court takes Intel employee retirement plan mismanagement case

Supreme Court to hear case involving Comcast’s refusal to carry black-owned network

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether a black television programmer can use civil rights laws to sue the nation’s largest cable TV provider for refusing to do business with him. Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp. lost its case before the 9th … Continue reading Supreme Court to hear case involving Comcast’s refusal to carry black-owned network

Supreme Court rules state law does not apply to Outer Continental Shelf

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court unanimously rejected a California-based offshore oil rig worker’s claim he should be paid for off-the-clock time on the oil platforms, as California law requires, because federal law alone governs the facilities that are based on the Outer Continental Shelf. After … Continue reading Supreme Court rules state law does not apply to Outer Continental Shelf

Illegal alien gets prison for food stamp fraud: The illegal alien crime wave that started under Obama continues

An illegal alien from Guatemala who conned the feds out of almost $20,000 in welfare benefits has been sentenced to two months in federal prison after pleading guilty to one count of theft of U.S. government funds. Welfare fraud is … Continue reading Illegal alien gets prison for food stamp fraud: The illegal alien crime wave that started under Obama continues

New play ‘FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers’ goes on amid threats of violence

WASHINGTON—After left-wing activists tried to shut down “FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers,” a new play that throws a spotlight on so-called Deep State efforts to overthrow the duly elected 45th president of the United States, the play’s producers announced this show will … Continue reading New play ‘FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers’ goes on amid threats of violence

Supreme Court agrees to hear dispute over IBM retirement plan

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court decided June 3 to consider whether managers of a retirement fund for IBM employees who invested in IBM stock can be sued for not disclosing that the company’s microelectronics business was overvalued. The high court granted the petition for certiorari in a case known as … Continue reading Supreme Court agrees to hear dispute over IBM retirement plan

Supreme Court requires Medicare to use notice and comment in rulemaking

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court sided with a Midwestern hospital chain on June 3, finding that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services changed its Medicare hospital reimbursement formula improperly because it failed to first conduct the required formal notice-and-comment rulemaking process. Minneapolis-based … Continue reading Supreme Court requires Medicare to use notice and comment in rulemaking

Obama judge halts wall construction: A San Francisco leftist who gave big bucks to Democrats endangers national security

An Obama judge in San Francisco issued a nonsensical, lawless order May 24 temporarily stopping President Trump from accessing reallocated military funding to pay for the construction of a desperately needed wall on the nation’s leaky southern border. The case … Continue reading Obama judge halts wall construction: A San Francisco leftist who gave big bucks to Democrats endangers national security

Supreme Court halts judge-ordered redistricting in Ohio, Michigan

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court has granted emergency stays halting forced congressional redistricting statewide in both Ohio and Michigan that was ordered by U.S. district court judges who found that boundaries of electoral districts had been improperly drawn. The emergency orders were granted while the Supreme Court separately considers whether … Continue reading Supreme Court halts judge-ordered redistricting in Ohio, Michigan