Speaking to a group of young conservatives last week about the need to impeach Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan over marriage equality, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) proclaimed that a study trapping gays and lesbians on an is… The post Rep. Show More Summary
"Our media didn’t treat it as a big deal, but Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg had both officiated at gay weddings. Groups such as the National Organization for Marriage, the American Family Association, the Coalition of African American Pastors, and the Foundation for Moral Law had called for Kagan and Ginsburg to withdraw from the case. Show More Summary
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has said that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Justice Elena Kagan should be impeached following the SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage, reports TPM. Speaking earlier this week on “Michelson in the Morning,” King agr… The post Iowa Rep. Steve King Wants To Impeach Justices Ginsburg and Kagan Following SCOTUS Ruling: LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
Obama and Shrillary aren’t the only ones to “evolve” rather dramatically regarding the federal desecration of marriage on behalf of the radical homosexual agenda. Legal Insurrection recalls testimony by leftist
ELENA KAGAN IN 2009: “THERE IS NO FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO SAME-SEX MARRIAGE.” As Prof. William A. Jacobson writes at his Legal Insurrection blog, “Then she was a nominee for Solicitor General, now she is an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Then she was bound to follow the law, now she gets […]
According to Justice Elena Kagan, the ruling was "peculiarly blinkered." The post Justice Kagan Is Not Happy About The Supreme Court’s Ruling On Mercury Pollution appeared first on ThinkProgress.
When the Supreme Court justices in April debated the constitutionality of lethal-injection drug midazolam, Elena Kagan likened the execution protocol to being burned alive. She joined three dissenters in today's 5-4 ruling that the first drug in a three-drug combination used last year in executions in Arizona, Ohio, and Oklahoma...
An Open Letter to Justices John G. Roberts, Jr., Stephen G. Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, Anthony M. Kennedy, and Sonia Sotomayor. In my 32 years serving the people of California in Congress, I have never written to Supreme Court Justices. Show More Summary
In my 32 years serving the people of California in Congress, I have never written to Supreme Court Justices. But your ruling in the King v. Burwell case was so momentous and so important for America's families, I felt compelled to write and share my gratitude for this decision. The stakes in this case were enormous. Show More Summary
On Thursday, in a 5–4 opinion written by Justice Anthony Kennedy and joined by Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan, the Supreme Court held that the 1968 Fair Housing Act—passed in the wake of...Show More Summary
Justice Elena Kagan injects comic book maxims in her ruling on a Spider-Man toy and royalties. The Fifth Circuit rejects religious organizations' challenge to accommodations for the ACA's contraception mandate. The first Asian-Pacific judge takes his oath on the U.S. Show More Summary
It was an outrageous abuse of government power, facilitated by what Justice Elena Kagan has called "the world's most outdated law." Today, in a dazzling display of judicial engagement, the Court struck a blow in favor of property rights,...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court settled a long-running patent case titled Kimble V. Marvel Entertainment. It was basically about patent holders and licensing fees, which isn’t that fun, but Justice Elena Kagan wrote the court’s opinion on the case, which was fun — mainly because she filled it with Spider-Man jokes. Read more...
Two quick takeaways from the Supreme Court's ruling in a patent case over a Spider-Man toy: Marvel triumphed again, and Justice Elena Kagan must have had fun sneaking superhero references into the official decision. "[I]n this world, with great power there must also come - great responsibility,"...
You might have to put that RBG T-shirt on rotation — there’s a new Supreme Court justice angling for pop-culture-fave status. In a decision in a patent-rights case issued on Monday, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan slipped in a few references that appeal (yeah, we did that) to the kids, a rarity from a body […]
On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Kimble v. Marvel, also known as the Spider-Man case. Writing for the majority, Justice Elena Kagan held that patent holders may not collect royalties on a patent after it expires. Show More Summary
Put Justice Elena Kagan in the Justice League! Yes, I know that Justice League is DC Comics, and Spider-Man, to which Justice Kagan made numerous delightful references in a ruling Monday in the case of Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment, LLC, belongs to Marvel, but — certainly she deserves something. The next time we go to […]
At issue in Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment, a case the Supreme Court ruled on today, is a 51-year-old precedent that says royalty payments do not need to be made after a patent has expired. By a 6–3 vote, the court decided to uphold the precedent, ruling against an inventor who’s... More »
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan knows that with great power comes great responsibility. Kagan was tasked with writing the opinion in the court's ruling on Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment, which addressed the payment of royalties for the use of a patented invention after the patent's expiration date. Show More Summary
Kagan graduated from Princeton, class of 1981; my class. Now, one of my own classmates can rule 'unconstitutional' millennia of human history and culture.