Ken Klukowski

Ken Klukowski

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Supreme Court Adopts Code of Conduct

Supreme Court justices adopted a Code of Conduct on Monday after years of Senate Democrat attacks, though already Democrats are saying that the ethical code is insufficient, continuing their demands to impose a congressional code that would degrade the Supreme Court as an independent branch of government, making it subordinate to Congress.

Dark forbidding troubled storm sky over the United States Supreme Court building in Washington DC.

Supreme Court Rejects Alabama Redistricting Plan, Again

The Supreme Court rejected Alabama’s redistricting plan for congressional seats a second time on Tuesday by a unanimous vote, suggesting the justices might have regarded this map as defiance against the Supreme Court’s previous 5-4 decision against a similar map.

FILE - A map of a GOP proposal to redraw Alabama's congressional districts is displayed at the Alabama Statehouse in Montgomery, Ala., July 18, 2023. The Supreme Court is allowing work to proceed on a new Alabama congressional map with greater representation for Black voters, rejecting the state’s plea to …

Unanimous: Supreme Court Expands Protections for Religious Employees

WASHINGTON, DC – Federal law grants Christian employees greater workplace protections than employers for decades thought they were required to grant Christians, and members of other faiths as well, following a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court on Thursday.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 25: Christian anti-abortion activists lead a prayer vigil called "Encircle the Court in Prayer" on March 25, 2012 in Washington, DC. Christian anti-abortion proponents laid 3,300 flowers around the U.S. Supreme Court to symbolize the 3,300 children who they say die every day from abortion. The …

Supreme Court Curtails EPA Power in Sackett Case

The Supreme Court unanimously scaled back the Environmental Protection Agency’s power under the Clean Water Act (CWA) by defining the “waters of the United States” on Thursday in Sackett v. EPA.

Salmon attempt to leap up the fish ladder in the river Etterick on October 31, 2012 in Selkirk, Scotland. The salmon are returning upstream from the sea where they have spent between two and four winters feeding with many covering huge distances to return to the fresh waters to spawn. …

Supreme Court Temporarily Halts Lower Court Decisions Stopping FDA Abortion Pill

WASHINGTON, DC – Biden administration regulations allowing the abortion pill to be shipped through the mail are back in force for five days as a Supreme Court administrative stay has paused recent court orders on the matter until the justices can consider additional legal arguments on both sides.

Abortion rights activist protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday, May 5, 2022 in Washington. A draft opinion suggests the U.S. Supreme Court could be poised to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide, according to a Politico report released Monday. Whatever the outcome, …

Christians’ Answer on Easter to Jesus’ Question, ‘But Who Do You Say that I Am?’

Christians celebrate Easter today, marking what their faith considers the turning point of history: that Jesus Christ paid the penalty for sin by his death on a cross on Good Friday, and God showed that this sacrifice forever justified those who believe by raising Jesus from the dead, highlighting a historical debate of a “trilemma” over a question Jesus asked 2,000 years ago.

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - August 12: ( MANDATORY CREDIT Bill Tompkins/Getty Images ) Garden Tomb Stone on August 12th, 1965 in Jerusalem. (Photo by Bill Tompkins/Getty Images)

Good Friday 2023 — ‘And They Led Him Out to Crucify Him’

Christians worldwide observe Good Friday today, the day when Jesus Christ died upon a cross on a hill named Golgotha outside a gate in the wall at Jerusalem in Israel, in what Christians believe was a willing sacrifice to bring peace with God to billions across the centuries.

riptych of the Crucifixion with Saints Anthony, Christopher, James and George, About 1400. Artist Unknown. (Photo by by Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)