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On Tuesday, the United States Court Of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in the matter of Kolbe v. Hogan, upheld Maryland’s so-called “assault weapon” ban. The divided decision dashes hopes raised last year when a three judge panel ruled the doctrine of “strict scrutiny” should apply in determining if edicts like the Orwellian-named Maryland Firearm […]

Likely faces a tough confirmation battle in the U.S. Senate By Mark K. Matthews |, John Frank | and David Migoya | | The Denver Post PUBLISHED: January 31, 2017 at 6:04 pm | UPDATED: January 31, 2017 at 8:05 pm WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch […]

“A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that illegal immigrants and other noncitizens can be counted when states draw their legislative districts, shooting down a challenge by Texas residents who said their own voting power was being diluted,” The Washington Times reported. Counted? Do we use 11 million or 30? And unanimous? So much for “originalists” […]

The Supreme Court’s unanimously decided against stun guns being excluded from Second Amendment protection. While the limited scope of the ruling, which remanded the case back to the Massachusetts Supreme Court, could still result in the ban being “justified” using some other “legal” fabrication, it has raised hopes that other bearable weapons could also be […]

Rather than send the Maryland firearm and magazine ban case back down to a lower court as ordered by a three-judge panel last month, a majority of the Richmond-based 4th Circuit Court of Appeals voted to rehear the case in May, The Washington Post reported. Maryland’s edict “bans the possession or sale of more than […]

Without explaining why, seven members of the Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the Friedman v Highland Park challenge to a Chicago suburb’s clearly unconstitutional ban of so–called “assault weapons” and their standard capacity magazines. The reason why the Democrat appointees on the court did is obvious—they’re collectivists, and willing accomplices of the gun-grabbers. […]

Per its posted Proceedings and Orders, the Supreme Court declined to hear the Case of Brandon Raub last Monday.  That slams shut a door in the face of a Marine veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and who was seeking justice for his unlawful detention for disapproved political speech. It also leaves other Americans in […]