Which path will the Court choose?

Which path will the Court choose? The American Legion v. American Humanist Association On Wednesday, February 27, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that will settle the fate of a nearly 100-year-old cross-shaped war memorial in Maryland. The Court...

Louisiana law case could be the tipping point

Louisiana law case could be the tipping point The case deals with abortion so it could give some indication where the Court, now with Kavanuagh and Gorsuch, wants to go. Much has been debated about what the US Supreme Court will do with the abortion case coming out of...

Leaders’ Letter

Leaders' Letter for the Timely and Orderly Confirmation of Judicial Nominees The Leaders’ Letter for the Timely and Orderly Confirmation of Judicial Nominees was delivered to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and U.S. Senate Judiciary Chairman Graham...

Kennedy & problems with same-sex marriage

Kennedy & problems with same-sex marriage November/December 2018 The Obergefell decision began a collision course with other rights that Kentuckians, and all Americans, have always cherished. Casting the deciding vote and writing for the Court in Obergefell v....

The federal judiciary continues to move right

The federal judiciary continues to move right November/December 2018 The transformation of the federal judiciary moves forward with Trump and McConnell working diligently hand-in-hand. As President Trump’s second year in office comes to a close, one of his greatest...

Trump continues to move federal courts right

Trump continues to move federal courts right September/October 2018 He’s just doing what he promised to do when he campaigned for office in 2016. (It’s actually quite refreshing.) According to U.S. Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY), “The most important thing the...