Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Same-Sex Marriage: Links to the briefs and a question about SSM and justice? | HughHewitt.com | 3.26.13

Same-sex marriage is, of course, the topic of the next two days at the Supreme Court. If you haven’t already, you may want to look at some of the briefs in the cases, United States v. Windsor, which focuses on the Defense of Marriage Act (http://tinyurl.com/bl2ew8j), and Hollingworth v. Perry, a challenge to California’s Proposition […]
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Honoring Robert H. Bork | Ricochet.com | 12.24.12

At the Constitutional Convention in 1787, it was remarked that the system the delegates were designing – a government of checks and balances, sovereign states, limited government and enumerated powers — would likely last intact no more than 150 years, that is, to the 1930s.  Today some would say the prediction was all too prescient.  […]
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The Supreme Court and a Plan for Replacing Obamacare, Whatever the Court Decides | HughHewitt.com | 03.26.12

Today the Supreme Court begins hearing three days of arguments on the constitutionality of Obamacare, officially known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  For the rest of us, the arguments have been going nonstop since the program was signed into law in March 2010. In a particularly succinct posting this morning (http://tinyurl.com/6sl3yfw ), […]
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