Tag: Supreme Court

To Decide the Future of the 2nd Amendment, We Must First Understand Its History

Ed Lynn- November 18, 2017

The Second Amendment to the Constitution states simply: "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the ... Read More

5 Things You Should Be Afraid Of

Editor SCD- November 30, 2015

Fear presides over this presidential campaign, a perpetual fear. For Democrats, it's the fear that the real but elusive gains of the Obama Administration will ... Read More

The limits of religious liberty

Editor SCD- November 13, 2015

The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, Nov. 10: ——— In implementing the Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration has offered ... Read More

Mike Huckabee: ‘FreeKimDavisNow.com’

Editor SCD- September 5, 2015

Mike Huckabee Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who's been hovering around the middle of the poll pack in his bid for the White House, jumped ... Read More

Santorum: Supreme Court Doesn’t Have Final Say On Gay Marriage

Editor SCD- June 3, 2015

http://gty.im/474890076 The right-wing continues to line up against the highest court in the land for fear it might approve gay marriage. On Meet the Press, ... Read More

US Court Rejects Obama Appeal on Immigration

Editor SCD- May 28, 2015

The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans has rejected a request from the Obama administration that it lift an injunction ... Read More

SCOTUS Justices Push Congress For Reform Of ‘Inhumane’ Prison System

Ed Lynn- March 24, 2015

Our prison system is so deeply inhumane that I wonder how anyone comes out of prison and stays out of trouble. Happily, just as we ... Read More

The Unconstitutional Horrors of Prison Overcrowding

Ed Lynn- March 23, 2015

Imagine a society where convicts were sentenced to death by untreated renal failure or denial of chemotherapy. Modern Americans would surely consider such a place ... Read More

A Kansas Group’s Push to Oust Judges Reveals a Gap in Campaign Finance Rules

Ed Lynn- October 30, 2014

by Robert Faturechi Illustration by Edward Lynn   With just three weeks left before the upcoming midterm elections, a group called "Kansans for Justice" surfaced ... Read More

Congress Set to Begin Debating Amendment to End Citizens United on September 9th

Ed Lynn- September 3, 2014

  The Citizens' United decision has proven very, very good for the GOP. After the Supreme Court opened the floodgates for unlimited bribery - err, ... Read More