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Meet Farmscape, the Corporation Running for Mayor of L.A. [VIDEO]

Ever since the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United that corporations have the same First Amendment rights as individuals for the purposes of electoral communications, an important question has lingered regarding the implications of the majority opinion. Not "if corporations are people, how come they barely pay taxes?" And certainly not, "if corporations are people, how [...]
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California Supreme Court Rules On Conflicts Of Interest Regarding Prosecutors Involved In Outside Media Endeavors

US Politics / Conservative : Patterico's Pontifications (7 years ago)

[post by Justin Levine] Two interesting rulings today from the Supreme Court of California today involving questions of when prosecutors may or may not need to recuse themselves when they are involved in film and book projects rela... Read Post

Second Amendment at Supreme Court TODAY

US Politics / Conservative : RedState (7 years ago)

Today is the day that oral arguments will be heard in District of Columbia vs. Heller, the landmark 2nd Amendment case which has potentially far-reaching implications for the rights of gun owners throughout the United States. C-Spa.... Read Post

D.C. v. Heller

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (7 years ago)

Lyle Denniston gives an analysis: The Supreme Court’s historic argument Tuesday on the meaning of the Constitution’s Second Amendment sent out one quite clear signal: individuals may well wind up with a genuine right to have a gun f... Read Post


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