Supreme Court

“Woman”

Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice. This, although she could not define the word “woman” and does not have an answer to the question of when life begins. There is plenty to dislike about...

Too Important to Miss

News moves fast. It’s nearly impossible to keep up. But there are some things just too important to miss. Below is a brief description of a few of those noteworthy events you’ll want to be aware of, even as the onslaught continues.  Religious Freedom Victory at the...

Dobbs v. Roe?

Will Dobbs be the beginning of the end of Roe? About this time next year we could have the answer to that very important question. The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in the next term, which begins the first Monday in...

Legal Victories

The election aftermath has become top of mind the last few weeks. So much so that many have missed a number of major developments – all legal victories! Four very recent court rulings, including from the U.S. Supreme Court, have strengthened religious freedom,...

Two Views and a Vote

If you watched any of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the confirmation of the U.S. Supreme Court Nominee, you heard two very different views of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Either Judge Barrett is President Trump’s puppet, a reincarnated version of the...

Storm Ahead

Late last Friday afternoon, I was checking email and news like I usually do at the end of the day. All of a sudden up popped the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had passed away. My mind raced to a number of thoughts but the most prominent one was how man knows...

Keeping Promises!

Ten days in the Pacific Northwest. Ten days in Washington, D.C. My summer is off to a great start! I hope yours is also. While in D.C., I attended the Susan B. Anthony List’s Campaign for Life Gala. SBA List, one of the nation’s premier pro-life groups,...

History Made

History Made at Capitol – Landmark school choice victory!  In 2011, Arizona was the first state to enact Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESAs) for students with special needs. Through the years, additional groups of students have been added as qualifying for ESAs....