This is really amazing stuff!
The following is montage of some of the statements Barack Obama made in a newly released 2001 interview to Chicago Public Radio WBEZ.
Some of the more disturbing statements made by, then, Illinois State Senator, Barack Obama: read more »
Just when you thought the Left-leaning block of the U.S. Supreme Court could not get any more flawed in their decision-making process... The New York Times is reporting that part of their major argument in their majority opinion against the Louisiana death sentence was based on a factual error: read more »
That's what the latest Rasmussen poll would seem to indicate anyway. It shows that public approval of the Court has gone up to 35% from 26% just last week. The most high profile ruling in the meantime? The first Second Amendment precedent in over 70 years...which just so happened to find an individual right to gun ownership.
Seems as though some Americans were actually paying attention.
Hooray for the Supreme Court!
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Americans can keep guns at home for self-defense, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday in the justices' first-ever pronouncement on the meaning of gun rights under the Second Amendment.
In case you didn't hear, this Monday the Supreme Court voted to uphold Indiana's photo voter ID law, much to the chagrin of liberals everywhere. Which, predictably, has focused the boys and girls in the mainstream media back on the fact that the High Court is the real prize in the upcoming election. For example, this from MSNBC: read more »
Some good news from the Supremes yesterday:
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that President Bush overstepped his authority when ordering state courts to review the death sentences of dozens of Mexican nationals on death row.
As reported by OneNewsNow.com, the SCOTUS has turned down an appeal from an Arizona county sheriff, who's religious and ethical beliefs make it a serious problem for him to transport pregnant inmates for elective abortions. read more »
For the first time in our country's history, the Supreme Court may actually give its own definition of what the Second Amendment means. Meaning, does it provide a "collective" or "individual" right to gun ownership? Given this from erstwhile "swing vote" Anthony Kennedy, those of us in the individual rights crowd might have reason to be happy: read more »