Ken Klukowski

Ken Klukowski

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Supreme Court Tackles Homeowner Fight Against EPA in Justice Jackson’s First Argument

WASHINGTON, DC – The Supreme Court heard arguments in a major case involving would-be homeowners being threatened with millions of dollars of fines if they ever build their house in a case on the reach of the federal government, as Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson participated for the first time on the nation’s highest court.

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Major Cases as Supreme Court Launches 2022 Term

Racial preferences, federal elections, and the reach of federal environmental agencies are just three of the issues facing the nation as the Supreme Court of the United States begins its annual term on October 3.

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 01: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett (L) shakes hands with Chief Justice John Roberts on the plaza in front of the west side of the Supreme Court following her investiture ceremony on October 01, 2021 in Washington, DC. Barrett has been a member …

Arizona Supreme Court Election Integrity Wins over Soros Ballot Measure

Supporters for election integrity scored a major victory Friday when the Arizona Supreme Court held that Proposition 210 — a ballot initiative to undo Arizona’s new election integrity law, financed with George Soros’s money — cannot be on the November ballot due to a lack of valid signatures.

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Klukowski: Speaker Kevin McCarthy Can Sue Joe Biden over Student Debt

If Republicans take over the U.S. House, they will have authority to empower Speaker Kevin McCarthy to sue President Biden over his illegal transfer of student debt to non-college families, because the president has no power to “cancel” those debts.

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Supreme Court Case Could Cripple Biden Immigration Policy

The Supreme Court will decide whether the Biden administration must detain and deport certain types of aliens – both legal and illegal – which would instantly force Joe Biden’s immigration policy to resemble Donald Trump’s policy on those issues.

The US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., US, on Monday, June 27, 2022. A CBS News poll suggested that a majority of Americans disapprove of the Supreme Court's decision overturning the constitutional right to an abortion, which is inflaming a partisan divide on display in comments by senior lawmakers. Photographer: …

Supreme Court to Decide Historic Cases on Abortion, Guns, Religious Liberty by July

WASHINGTON, DC – Time is ticking as the Supreme Court has three weeks left on its official calendar to decide 29 cases – including six major cases, half of which are likely historic – or extend its sessions into July, with profound decisions to make on abortion, the Second Amendment, and religious liberty.

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 01: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett (L) shakes hands with Chief Justice John Roberts on the plaza in front of the west side of the Supreme Court following her investiture ceremony on October 01, 2021 in Washington, DC. Barrett has been a member …

Reports: Justice Samuel Alito Moved to Undisclosed Location

WASHINGTON, DC – Justice Samuel Alito has reportedly been moved to an undisclosed location for safety, after leftwing radicals attempting to intimidate conservative justices for considering overruling Roe v. Wade, all in the name of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, listed conservative justices’ home addresses online.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 07: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito testifies about the court's budget during a hearing of the House Appropriations Committee's Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee March 07, 2019 in Washington, DC. Members of the subcommittee asked the justices about court security, televising oral arguments …

Supreme Scandal: Leaked Supreme Court Opinion Overruling Roe v. Wade — “Time to Heed the Constitution,” Returns Abortion to Elected Officials

A draft Supreme Court opinion overruling Roe v. Wade has been leaked to the press in one of the greatest scandals to ever hit the nation’s highest court and a possible attempt to intimidate one or more justices to reverse their vote or to ignite a liberal brushfire to pack the Supreme Court before Democrats lose Congress in November.

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

Christians Observe Good Friday 2022 — ‘The Place Called The Skull, There They Crucified Him’

Christians worldwide are observing Good Friday today, the solemn anniversary of Jesus of Nazareth being executed on a wooden cross on a hill outside the walls the Jerusalem in Israel in the year A.D. 30. This is one of the two pivotal days of Holy Week, with the other being Easter Sunday. Christians believe that this was an act of sacrifice of a perfect and sinless person who died in the place of imperfect people to pay for their sins, securing eternal salvation for them.

Three crosses are seen after neighbours of Hiendelaencia performed the reenactment of Christ's suffering on March 25, 2016 in Hiendelaencina, Spain. The 140 village's residents celebrate every year on Good Friday a reenactment of Christ's suffering before being nailed to the cross Hiendelaencina's inhabitants use their own funds to make …

Reagan Ally Bill Batchelder Laid to Rest in Ohio

“Sir, do you work for the state?” a police officer years ago asked as he rushed down the hall to catch up to Rep. Bill Batchelder (R-OH) when he walked past security in the Ohio statehouse. “No,” the conservative lawmaker replied. “I work against it.”

Ohio House Speaker William Batchelder (R-Medina) presides over the floor debate about Senate Bill 5 Wednesday, March 30, 2011, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

Supreme Court to Rule on Racial Preferences in College Admissions

WASHINGTON, DC – The Supreme Court will decide whether colleges can use racial preferences when deciding which students to admit for both public and private schools, reconsidering a half-century of legal precedent in a pair of cases the justices will hear this fall.

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Baby Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem

From the Gospel according to Luke, in the days after the birth of Jesus Christ on the first Christmas:

And at the end of eight days, when he was circumcised, he was called Jesus, the name given by the angel before he was conceived in the womb.

Christmas Nativity in the desert, watercolor painting sketch. Greeting card background. - stock illustration Jesus Nativity in the stable. Figures are in black silhouette against blue starry sky, in the desert setting. Watercolor painting sketch digitally made.

Democrats Threaten Supreme Court: Reject Second Amendment or Face Court-Packing

Democrat presidential candidates and senators this week renewed their threats that unless the U.S. Supreme Court issues liberal rulings on the Second Amendment and other issues, that Democrats will fundamentally restructure the nation’s highest court, a shocking threat to judicial independence not seen since the 1930s.

With another Supreme Court vacancy, or two, President Trump’s record and influence on the future of the country will look even more secure.Photograph by Mandel Ngan / AFP / Getty

Justice Ginsburg Opposes Democrat Court-Packing Plan

Even liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposes Democrat presidential candidates’ Court-packing plan to expand the U.S. Supreme Court with new seats in which to install liberal justices.

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President Trump Taps Eugene Scalia for Labor Secretary

President Donald Trump on Friday nominated Eugene Scalia – a former Labor Department senior official and son of the iconic late Justice Antonin Scalia – to be the next secretary of labor, following the resignation of Alex Acosta.

FILE - In this Feb. 28, 2017, file photo, Maureen McCarthy Scalia, widow of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, is recognized by President Donald Trump as her son Eugene Scalia, top left, applauds, during his address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez …