SCOTUS prohibits outright bans on handgun ownership. So we need strict licensing requirements, age limits, required classes, and high federal taxes on ammunition. We should also ban semi-automatic pistols.
“[Abortion] is a right that is very much part of this idea of liberty that is specifically stated in the 14th amendment.”
@ProfMMurray discusses the nearly 50-year-old SCOTUS ruling that acknowledged the constitutional right to abortion.
"SCOTUS' decision has, in @kgilbride 's words, at long last 'put an end to the arbitration exceptionalism that many corporations have been seeking, & that many courts have [given] them.' & after years of unjust delay, Robyn should soon get her day in court. "
The pathetic spineless leak of a draft SCOTUS opinion has the feel of something a sad little woke 20-something-year-old would do. The kind of person who thinks their personal agenda is “more important.” Whoever did it should lose their law license.
The wife of a sitting Supreme Court Justice secretly pushed a voter fraud scheme to disenfranchise over a million voters in Arizona.
That merits the standard legal investigation - judges and their partners are not above the law - and a fairly unprecedented challenge for SCOTUS.
SCOTUS is letting private citizens in Texas sue to stop abortion?!
If that's the precedent then we'll let Californians sue those who put ghost guns and assault weapons on our streets.
If TX can ban abortion and endanger lives, CA can ban deadly weapons of war and save lives.
We’ve watched all summer as mob rule brought violence, arson, looting and murder to our city streets. The mob is now threatening more of the same if they don’t get their way on the SCOTUS nominee. Americans are fed up with living under these threats.
I hope my candidates win, but if not, I'll still cherish my right to vote. I won't scream at ppl in restaurants, scratch on doors of SCOTUS, urge ppl to blow up gov't bldgs, threaten to leave country, or cry like a 5 year old. I'll just work harder next time. What about you?
Significant development --
3 Senate Dems say they have new evidence SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh was not truthful under oath in 2006 confirmation.
This is the kind of thing that would be the end of the road in the Senate for many nominees to even minor jobs. But for SCOTUS?