Judicial Archives

Trump Judicial Nominee Refuses to Say if She Supports School Segregation (VIDEO)

April 12, 2018

The Landmark Unanimous 1954 Supreme Court Decision, Brown v. Board of Education, was Never Thought To be Questionable. Then Came Donald Trump’s Nomination of Wendy Vitter. America lost a true icon last month when civil rights activist Linda Brown passed away…

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How Much Power Does The President Have? You’d Be Surprised

February 15, 2016

The president’s executive powers. With the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, there has begun a debate over how much power the President has over our national affairs. The Constitution is clear: The President and the President alone may appoint a Supreme Court justice,…

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