This Supreme Court Can Strike A Blow For Academic Freedom | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Wisconsin’s Supreme Court can soon right a flagrant wrong stemming from events set in motion in 2014 at Milwaukee’s Marquette University by Cheryl Abbate. Although just ... Continue Reading →

This Supreme Court Case Could Enhance Public Workers’ Rights | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

SEATTLE — It is protected by Washington state’s lopsidedly Democratic political class, which knows who butters its bread. It has been provided with bespoke law, tailored for ... Continue Reading →

Religious Freedom: The Supreme Court Can Undo Confusion With Its Ruling On This WWI Memorial: George Will

For decades the Supreme Court has entangled itself in Establishment Clause decisions that have been, in the words of Alice in Wonderland, curiouser and curiouser. On Wednesday, it ... Continue Reading →

Whose Rights Matter More Before The Supreme Court: A Man’s, Or A Frog’s?

Property Rights: Suppose for a moment you owned 1,500 acres of land that your family had owned and worked for generations. Then, out of nowhere, the federal government said you could ... Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Gerrymandering Case Could Be A Political Thicket: George Will | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

  On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments tempting it to plunge into an impenetrable political thicket. It will consider a lower court’s ruling that, if allowed ... Continue Reading →

Out-Of-Control Regulatory State Requires Supreme Court Action

Step right up and visit ring number one. The show’s just begun. Meet the President: “I am here to see that the laws get done.” . . . Hurry, hurry, hurry to ring ... Continue Reading →

A $900 Billion (Per Year) Decision: Will Supreme Court Side With Innovators Or Government?

Most Americans probably have never heard of Andrei Iancu or even the post he occupies — director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In light of other pressing matters ... Continue Reading →

South Dakota Wants The Supreme Court To Let It Tax Out-Of-State Businesses

South Dakota has become what South Carolina once was — stubborn, pugnacious and wrong. In 1860, South Carolina became the first state to vote to secede. In 2016, South Dakota’s ... Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Should End Unions’ Stranglehold On State, Local Workers | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Big Labor: The case of Janus v. AFSCME, now before the Supreme Court, pits an Illinois state employee against a giant government employees’ union in a fight over forcing nonunion ... Continue Reading →

The Supreme Court Can Correct Its Mistake On Coerced Union Fees | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Overturning mistaken decisions is an occasional duty of the Supreme Court, whose noblest achievement was the protracted, piecemeal repudiation, with Brown v. Board of Education (1954) ... Continue Reading →