Last night I was among the millions of Americans who breathed a collective sigh of relief as the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing was apprehended. I watched as hundreds of citizens lined the streets of Watertown, MA and cheered on the scores of law enforcement officers leaving the scene of the arrest, receiving well [...]
This website doesn’t wear social conservative issues on our sleeve, however in recent years we’ve become more acutely aware of the primacy of the right to life – and the need to defend it.
As far as we’re concerned, it is the essential liberty from which all the other liberties must necessarily flow.
We used to view [...]
JUSTICES WILL SOON DECIDE
This website has been unambiguous in its opposition to U.S. President Barack Obama’s socialized medicine proposal.
We believe “Obamacare” is an unconstitutional assault on individual liberty – but wherever you come down on that question, there’s no denying that the law is a massive entitlement expansion funded with tax hikes (i.e. the very [...]
Washington, D.C. – March 28, 2012 South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson issued the following statement today regarding the United States Supreme Court’s oral arguments regarding the Medicaid provisions in the health care act.
“The Medicaid portions of the health care monstrosity are coercive acts of the federal government, forcing states to meet mandates we cannot [...]
Columbia, S.C. – March 26, 2012 – “Today’s packed courtroom and the multitude of questions showed that the nine Supreme Court Justices and the American people realize the magnitude of these unprecedented oral arguments.
One thing is clear, the President’s lawyers are trying to have their cake and eat it too. Today, The Administration claimed that [...]
The U.S. Supreme Court’s willingness to reconsider a controversial 2003 ruling upholding America’s affirmative action laws could signal a welcome shift in this ill-conceived policy.
Affirmative action – or the right (and in some cases the requirement) of agencies and institutions to factor race, gender, sexual orientation and other characteristics into their admission, appointment or hiring [...]
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments related to the state of Arizona’s 2010 immigration reform law – which the federal government blocked last summer.
Arizona’s law – passed by the state legislature and signed by Gov. Jan Brewer in April 2010 – was supposed to take effect last July, but U.S. President Barack Obama’s Justice [...]
By FITSNews || The U.S. Supreme Court struck down federal limits on corporate political spending Thursday, rebuking the central provision of a campaign finance reform bill passed eight years ago and dramatically altering the 2010 electoral landscape in favor of free speech.
The 5-4 ruling in the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission is a victory [...]