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The Supreme Court should have term limits in order to better...

As we get closer to the 50th anniversary of the historic Roe v Wade court case, we get closer to its apparent death. On...

The Supreme Court deserves a judge like Ketanji Brown Jackson, whether...

Following the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, President Joe Biden chose to follow through on at least one of his campaign promises: to nominate...

Biden’s Supreme Court nomination has the chance to make history, despite...

Justice Stephen G. Breyer has announced his retirement from the Supreme Court, leading to the much hoped for opportunity for President Biden to nominate...

Your vote is your voice, and it says far more than...

Issues ranging from systemic discrimination, healthcare, pandemic management, the nomination for the SCOTUS, among many more create a tense environment surrounding this election, making...

America’s First Amendment is what sets it apart from the rest...

Neal Boortz, former attorney and popular radio host famously said, “Free speech is meant to protect unpopular speech. Popular speech, by definition, needs no...

The Supreme Court‘s efforts to dismantle Roe v. Wade are slow...

Amongst the many liberties the U.S. constitution promises its citizens, personal autonomy is perhaps chiefest amongst them. It stands to reason, then, that nobody...

Supreme Court holds back critical step against gerrymandering

Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit struck down North Carolina’s congressional districting map, claiming...

UCR reacts to Supreme Court rulings on DOMA, Proposition 8

On the morning of June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States voted on two key decisions that will pave the way...

Supreme Court to rule on Arizona immigration law

Following final arguments this month, the Supreme Court is expected to release its decision regarding the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law; the ruling will...

Obamacare not the right plan for America

First passed in March 2010 under a cloud of partisan bickering and populist anger, the Patient Protections and Affordable Care Act, popularly known as...