25 State Attorneys General Call On Garland To Enforce Law Prohibiting Intimidation Of Federal Judges

Twenty-Five State Attorneys General, Led By Alabama AG Steve Marshall, Are Calling On U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland To Enforce A Federal Law That Prohibits Anyone From Targeting Judges’ Homes. The Group Includes Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III.

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Biden Wants An Affirmative Action Supreme Court

Biden Campaigned As A Moderate, And The Media Rewrote Harris’ Resume To Hoodwink Voters That She Too Was A Moderate. But Both Of Them Have Shown Neither Have A Moderate Bone In Their Bodies. Nothing In Biden’s Resume Suggests Anything Different While Choosing His First Court Appointee. Conservatives Get Nervous With Each GOP Nominee, But Liberals Never Fear Nominating An “In Your Face” Progressive. They Dare Republicans To Question Their Objectivity, Query Their Social Views And Get Furious If Challenged About Law. The Hearings Could Get Worse Than A Bad Soap Opera Marathon.

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What’s The Impact Of SCOTUS Ruling On Mandate For Millions Of Health Care Workers?

With The U.S. Health Care System Already Strained, Many Are Worried That Last Week’s Supreme Court Decision Allowing President Joe Biden’s Mandate On Certain Health Workers Will Further Burden Systems With Worker Shortages.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Opening Garners 11 Applicants

Following The Death Of Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia Clark In September, After Serving On The Court For 16 Years, Eleven Individuals Have Applied To Potentially Fill The Role.

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Republicans Criticize Biden For Creating ‘Court Packing’ Commission

The Biden Administration Took Heavy Criticism Friday After Announcing The Administration Would Be Formally Considering Adding More Justices To The U.S. Supreme Court.

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Supreme Court Expected To Rule On California’s Religious Liberty Case Any Day

All But Six States Have Abandoned Numerical Caps On Worship. Only California Continues To Completely Ban Indoor Worship.

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Inauguration Day 2021: Biden To Be Sworn In As 46th U.S. President

During An Inauguration Day Ceremony unlike any other, Joe Biden And His Vice President, Kamala Harris, Will Be Sworn In Shortly After Noon Eastern Before A Mostly Television Audience.

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Biden Inauguration: Different Look, Feel From Recent Power Transfers

Biden’s Inauguration Tomorrow Will Look Far Different From Any In Recent Memory With Streets Blocked off, A 4.6 Mile Security Perimeter, And 25,000 National Guardsmen On Patrol, Just To Start.

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SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Colorado Church Challenging State’s Rising Restrictions

Following A Previous Ruling Siding With California Churches In Challenge To Ban On Indoor Services, A Decision Praised By Faith Communities, The United States Supreme Court Has Sided With A Colorado Church In Challenge Of State’s COVID Restrictions.

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