The owner of a Colorado bakery who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple is fighting a civil-rights complaint filed May 31 by the attorney general’s office. A hearing is scheduled for Sept. 23 before an administrative-law judge in Denver.

The owner of a Colorado bakery who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple is fighting a civil-rights complaint filed May 31 by the attorney general’s office. A hearing is scheduled for Sept. 23 before an administrative-law judge in Denver.

http://ift.tt/2mfpP1C  The New York Times  President Trump during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House last week. AL DRAGO / THE NEW YORK TIMES By GLENN THRUSH MARCH 6 2017 WASHINGTON  President Trump on Monday signed a revised version of his executive order that would for the first time rewrite American immigration policy to bar migrants from predominantly Muslim nations removing citizens of Iraq from the original travel embargo and scrapping a provision that explicitly…

http://ift.tt/2mfpP1C The New York Times President Trump during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House last week. AL DRAGO / THE NEW YORK TIMES By GLENN THRUSH MARCH 6 2017 WASHINGTON President Trump on Monday signed a revised version of his executive order that would for the first time rewrite American immigration policy to bar migrants from predominantly Muslim nations removing citizens of Iraq from the original travel embargo and scrapping a provision that explicitly…

Government’s use of drones. The photos that the drones will take may be retained and even distributed to others in the government so long as the “recipient is reasonably perceived to have a specific, lawful governmental function” in requiring them. If military personnel see something of interest from a drone, they may apply to a military judge or “military commander” to conduct a physical search of the private property. What’s next? Prosecutions before military tribunals in the United…

Government’s use of drones. The photos that the drones will take may be retained and even distributed to others in the government so long as the “recipient is reasonably perceived to have a specific, lawful governmental function” in requiring them. If military personnel see something of interest from a drone, they may apply to a military judge or “military commander” to conduct a physical search of the private property. What’s next? Prosecutions before military tribunals in the United…

Obama agenda, legacy in hands of federal judges - Washington Times | 8.26.15 |"Indeed, much of Mr. Obama’s agenda — and his legacy — sits in the hands of federal judges across the country, who are hearing challenges to his immigration and environmental policies as well as bigger constitutional fights such as congressional Republicans’ charge that he has discarded the separation of powers that is meant to protect taxpayers’ wallets and rights alike."

Obama agenda, legacy in hands of federal judges - Washington Times | 8.26.15 |"Indeed, much of Mr. Obama’s agenda — and his legacy — sits in the hands of federal judges across the country, who are hearing challenges to his immigration and environmental policies as well as bigger constitutional fights such as congressional Republicans’ charge that he has discarded the separation of powers that is meant to protect taxpayers’ wallets and rights alike."

Sen. Schumer fails history, credits Jefferson for Bill of Rights - Washington Times

Sen. Schumer fails history, credits Jefferson for Bill of Rights - Washington Times

New York Times Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON  As Judge Neil M. Gorsuch prepares for his Supreme Court confirmation hearings liberal groups are promising a furious fight that they say will rival the most memorable clashes over candidates to the ...Democrats step up anti-Gorsuch efforts amid liberal pressure PoliticoSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch peaked at the right time USA TODAYSenate Democrats focus on Gorsuch's defense of Bush-era terrorism policies Washington…

New York Times Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON As Judge Neil M. Gorsuch prepares for his Supreme Court confirmation hearings liberal groups are promising a furious fight that they say will rival the most memorable clashes over candidates to the ...Democrats step up anti-Gorsuch efforts amid liberal pressure PoliticoSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch peaked at the right time USA TODAYSenate Democrats focus on Gorsuch's defense of Bush-era terrorism policies Washington…

'Eight Seattle children should have "their day in court" to argue that Washington state and others aren't protecting them from climate change, a judge ruled. King County Superior Court Judge Hollis Hill allowed the young petitioners to move ahead in their case against the state, writing that "it is time for these youth to have the opportunity to address their concerns in a court of law."  Seattle judge allows kids to move ahead with climate rights case:

'Eight Seattle children should have "their day in court" to argue that Washington state and others aren't protecting them from climate change, a judge ruled. King County Superior Court Judge Hollis Hill allowed the young petitioners to move ahead in their case against the state, writing that "it is time for these youth to have the opportunity to address their concerns in a court of law." Seattle judge allows kids to move ahead with climate rights case:

There is a clear divide among the states. Some are very welcoming and eager to take in Syrian refugees, while others are resistant and seek to opt out of the program design to resettle the refugees. So a judge has decided which states are right and which are wrong. The Washington Times reports: States that …

There is a clear divide among the states. Some are very welcoming and eager to take in Syrian refugees, while others are resistant and seek to opt out of the program design to resettle the refugees. So a judge has decided which states are right and which are wrong. The Washington Times reports: States that …

There is a clear divide among the states. Some are very welcoming and eager to take in Syrian refugees. While others are resistant and seek to opt out of the program design to resettle the refugees. So a judge has decided which states are right and which are wrong. The Washington Times reports States that […]

There is a clear divide among the states. Some are very welcoming and eager to take in Syrian refugees. While others are resistant and seek to opt out of the program design to resettle the refugees. So a judge has decided which states are right and which are wrong. The Washington Times reports States that […]

NAPOLITANO: The right to shoot tyrants, not deer - Washington Times

NAPOLITANO: The right to shoot tyrants, not deer - Washington Times

Pinterest
Search