Posts Tagged ‘Supreme Court of the United States’
 

 

The Most Insignificant List EVER

By Craig Robinson Eighty or so Republican operatives, former office holders or candidates, and government officials have signed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the constitutionality of the federal Defen...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Vote No on Wiggins

By Bob Vander Plaats There have been several points raised in a number of newspaper editorials in support of the retention of Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins that are highly misleading. The Register recently ran an edi...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 

Inconvenient Truths

By Nathan Tucker In what can charitably be described as an act of political expediency, Iowa’s most conservative member of Congress embraced an activist decision by the U.S. Supreme Court as “constitutional” and encourage...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 

 

Justice Wiggins – A Career of Activism

By Nathan Tucker In the debate over the upcoming judicial retention vote in Iowa, defenders of Justice Wiggins argue that his judicial career shouldn’t be decided solely by his vote legalizing gay marriage in Varnum.  Instea...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

Obamatax or Unconstitutional?

By Brian Kennedy In the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare, we have witnessed a historic act of political dexterity.  After promising the American people that the individual mandate was not a tax, President Obam...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 

Supreme Court Times Decision to Deny Future Criticism

Written by Bob Haus Today, the Supreme Court struck down major portions of Arizona’s controversial immigration law. My post today is not meant to argue the merits of that law, #SB1070, but to highlight what I think was a bril...
by Bob Haus