Supreme Court agrees to hear claim of 94-year-old Minnesota homeowner that county unconstitutionally seized her home equity

The Supreme Court decided late on Jan. 13 to hear the appeal of a 94-year-old homeowner who is challenging the constitutionality of laws that allow local governments to take the full value of a home as payment for much smaller … Continue reading Supreme Court agrees to hear claim of 94-year-old Minnesota homeowner that county unconstitutionally seized her home equity

SCOTUS to hear case of Evangelical Christian who asked Post Office not to force him to work Sundays

The Supreme Court agreed late on Jan. 13 to take up the civil rights lawsuit of an evangelical Christian postal worker in Pennsylvania who quit the U.S. Postal Service after it refused to accommodate his wish not to work on the Sunday … Continue reading SCOTUS to hear case of Evangelical Christian who asked Post Office not to force him to work Sundays

Labor unions should be held liable for property destruction during strikes, Supreme Court told

A labor union’s allegedly deliberate destruction of company property as a pressure tactic in a labor dispute is not protected by federal labor law, a concrete company told the Supreme Court on Jan. 10. Labor activists say that endangering and … Continue reading Labor unions should be held liable for property destruction during strikes, Supreme Court told

SCOTUS directs Texas appeals court to reconsider 2011 murder conviction based on faulty DNA analysis

The Supreme Court ordered a Texas appeals court on Jan. 9 to reconsider the murder conviction of death row inmate Areli Escobar because the DNA evidence used to convict him was later discovered to be unreliable. Texas had admitted in court papers … Continue reading SCOTUS directs Texas appeals court to reconsider 2011 murder conviction based on faulty DNA analysis

Pharma exec who killed 8-year-old son commits suicide after Supreme Court revokes bail

Pharmaceuticals executive Gigi Jordan, who was convicted in the death of her young autistic son, committed suicide less than a day after the Supreme Court revoked her bail and while her manslaughter appeal was still pending before the high court. … Continue reading Pharma exec who killed 8-year-old son commits suicide after Supreme Court revokes bail

Arizona AG Brnovich warns of federal overreach, Big Tech, loss of freedoms as he leaves office

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a conservative, term-limited Republican who leaves office on Jan. 2, reflected on his eight years in office in a wide-ranging end-of-term interview with The Epoch Times. In the interview, Brnovich said conservatives need to use … Continue reading Arizona AG Brnovich warns of federal overreach, Big Tech, loss of freedoms as he leaves office

Executive appeals to Supreme Court a $1 Million IRS penalty for not disclosing a foreign bank account

A businessman who was fined almost $1 million for failing to report a foreign bank account is asking the Supreme Court to review the ruling by a lower court. The appeal comes after the Biden administration’s attempts to strengthen IRS … Continue reading Executive appeals to Supreme Court a $1 Million IRS penalty for not disclosing a foreign bank account

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor revokes bail of pharma executive Gigi Jordan who was convicted in death of son

Bail for a multimillionaire pharmaceutical executive previously convicted of manslaughter in the death of her young son was revoked on Dec. 29 by the Supreme Court a little over a week after the high court ordered her freed. The rulings … Continue reading Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor revokes bail of pharma executive Gigi Jordan who was convicted in death of son

Conservatives must use the courts to fight back against liberal overreach: Arizona AG Brnovich: Outgoing official hails Supreme Court decision blocking revocation of Title 42 border expulsion order in exclusive interview

After the Supreme Court extended the Title 42 public health order allowing rapid removal of illegal aliens at the border on Dec. 27, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, one of the architects of the legal strategy to keep the policy alive, celebrated the … Continue reading Conservatives must use the courts to fight back against liberal overreach: Arizona AG Brnovich: Outgoing official hails Supreme Court decision blocking revocation of Title 42 border expulsion order in exclusive interview

12 states allow home equity ‘theft’ over homeowners’ tax payment shortfalls, study says

Twelve states and the District of Columbia allow local governments and private investors to seize dramatically more than what is owed from homeowners who fall behind on property tax payments, according to a new report. The practice, which Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) … Continue reading 12 states allow home equity ‘theft’ over homeowners’ tax payment shortfalls, study says

UPDATED: Is former SCOTUS Justice Sandra Day O’Connor dead? The Arizona Daily Star seems to think so

UPDATED Dec. 26, 2022, 1:24 p.m. Eastern time: SEE BELOW. The Arizona Daily Star has an obituary-like retrospective of the career of retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor up right now (Dec. 26, 2022, about 1:50 a.m. Eastern time). … Continue reading UPDATED: Is former SCOTUS Justice Sandra Day O’Connor dead? The Arizona Daily Star seems to think so

Chicago businessman sues county over COVID-19 relief program that blocks white people

A business owner filed a federal civil rights class action lawsuit against Cook County, Ill., over a new pandemic relief program that excludes white people. Chiropractor Domenic Cusano Jr. owns a chiropractic practice in Chicago, where he has been treating … Continue reading Chicago businessman sues county over COVID-19 relief program that blocks white people

2 Minnesota counties agree to remove duplicate voter registrations after settling lawsuits

Two Minnesota counties have agreed to remove duplicate voter registrations from their voter rolls after an election-integrity group sued them. Nicollet County and Hennepin County, which includes Minneapolis, the state’s most populous city, recently settled out of court after the Public Interest Legal … Continue reading 2 Minnesota counties agree to remove duplicate voter registrations after settling lawsuits