The Supreme Court Has the Chance to Fix Its Own Mistake

October 18, 2017 Editor 0

James Devereaux In the 1950s, a substantially different era economically, unions represented a significant portion of the of the labor force. Many reasons for the shift away from unions exist — America was less economically

SLF takes EPA to Supreme Court

October 10, 2017 Hank Eckardt 0

For more than two years, the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) has been fighting the Obama EPA’s biggest unconstitutional overreach in U.S. history. This fight will culminate with a case in the U.S. Supreme Court later

Is partisan gerrymandering illegal? The Supreme Court will decide

October 3, 2017 Editor 0

Jonathan Entin, Case Western Reserve University One of the first cases that the Supreme Court will hear this term could make a huge difference in how legislative and congressional districts are drawn. In Gill v.

The Lead’s 5 at 10

October 2, 2017 Hank Eckardt 0

TheLead.com is compiling the top 5 stories of the day from around the web. This is your one stop shop to quickly catch up on the most important news every morning. So grab a cup

The Lead’s 5 at 10

September 27, 2017 Editor 0

TheLead.com is compiling the top 5 stories of the day from around the web. This is your one stop shop to quickly catch up on the most important news every morning. So grab a cup

The Supreme Court, Religion and the Future of School Choice

July 13, 2017 Editor 0

  The Supreme Court’s decision in the Trinity Lutheran case is blurring the lines between church and state. aradaphotography/Shutterstock.com John E. Taylor, West Virginia University The Supreme Court recently decided that Trinity Lutheran Church should

Awkward: Nancy Pelosi’s Microphone Fails at Her SCOTUS Protest

February 1, 2017 Editor 0

If you weren’t paying attention to Nancy Pelosi’s SCOTUS protest… and we’re betting that you weren’t, we suffered through it for you… If you assumed it would be full of her typical ranting, you’d be