In a vintage return to his confrontational style, Sen. Ted Cruz indicated that Republicans could seek to block a Democratic president from filling the vacant Supreme Court seat indefinitely.
After staking his endorsement of Donald Trump on a list of potential conservative Supreme Court nominees, Cruz said on Wednesday that there is precedent to limiting the Supreme Court to just eight justices. Last week, Cruz’s colleague, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), suggested the GOP should confirm President Barack Obama’s nominee, Merrick Garland, to avoid having to swallow a more liberal nominee under Hillary Clinton.
We hold that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual right to have unused arms for self defense in the home and that the District’s handgun ban as well as its requirement that firearms in the home be rendered inoperative, violates that right.
Mark Taylor, the “firefighter prophet” featured in the bestselling book The Trump Prophecies, discusses President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, and he explains why he believes Justice Anthony Kennedy may be only the second of five justices who will ultimately be replaced by Donald Trump. Mark’s story comes to the big screen when The Trump Prophecy opens across the country in selected theaters October 2 and 4. To find a theater near you and order tickets for the premiere, log on to www.FathomEvents.com.
Jilted lovers and disrupted duck hunts provide a very odd look into the soul of the US Constitution.
What does a jilted lover’s revenge have to do with an international chemical weapons treaty? More than you’d think. From poison and duck hunts to our feuding fathers, we step into a very odd tug of war between local and federal law.
When Carol Anne Bond found out her husband had impregnated her best friend, she took revenge. Carol’s particular flavor of revenge led to a US Supreme Court case that puts into question a part of the US treaty power.
Producer Kelsey Padgett drags Jad and Robert into Carol’s poisonous web, which starts them on a journey from the birth of the US Constitution, to a duck hunt in 1918, and back to the present day … it’s all about an ongoing argument that might actually be the very heart and soul of our system of government