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CNN Frets Trump Immigration Victory in Supreme Court
September. 12. 2019
PBS Explains Court Ruling on Illegals Seeking Asylum
July. 4. 2019
MSNBC Wrongly Suggests Ohio Purges Voters After Two Years of Nonvoting
June. 17. 2018
DOJ Drops Case On Woman Who Laughed During Session Hearing
November. 8. 2017
The Department of Justice is dropping its case against the woman who laughed during Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing in January.
Federal Judge Blocks Part of Trump's Transgender Military Ban
October. 30. 2017
Judge Kollar-Kotelly stated that the ban violates Fifth Amendment rights to due process.
Mother Jailed For To Refusing Vaccinate Her Son Learns He Was Vaccinated Anyway
October. 12. 2017
Ferndale mother Rebecca Bredow is best known as the mother who served five days in jail for refusing to vaccinate her son against the ruling of a court order. As she was released, Bredow was...
Federal Judge Orders the Removal Of a 75-Year-Old Cross in Florida
June. 20. 2017
A cross in Pensacola, Florida will be removed after a court decision deem it unconstitutional under the Establishment Clause.
Media Cheer: Trump ‘Reeling’ After ‘Big Setback’ to ‘Hardline’ Immigration Policy
April. 26. 2017
More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog. The NBC, ABC, and CBS morning shows on Wednesday were grateful that a liberal federal judge sent the White House “reeling” after he...
Court Saying 'Shoot It Out': Eugene Robinson's Twisted Interpretation of DC Ruling Upholding 2nd Amendment
July. 29. 2014
On Morning Joe, the Washington Post's Eugene Robinson, criticizing a federal court ruling striking down Washington DC's total ban on the public carry of firearms, says ""Congress and the courts are essentially...
Harry Smith Turns to Dick Durbin on ObamaCare's Unconstitutionality
December. 15. 2010
CBS "Early Show" turned to liberal Democrat Dick Durbin on Dec. 14, to react to the federal court decision ruling against ObamaCare's individual mandate. Durbin defended the legislation as "sound."