Tag Archives: Justice Kennedy

Falsity and Nothing More

Is lying protected by the First Amendment? Well, yes and no. Continue reading

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No Slam Dunk

Last September I wrote that the United States Supreme Court was about to hear oral arguments in a case called Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders.  As you’ll recall, this is what I had to say about it: Albert Florence … Continue reading

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Parental Rights and Wrongs

it’s so strange that even the strange Justice Antonin Scalia concurred in the opinion of the majority by saying: “I join the Court’s opinion, which reasonably applies our precedents, strange though they may be.” Continue reading

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As a Matter of Fact

One reason why the issue of the death penalty has not popped up in major newscasts or other media accounts, nor should it, is that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to execute a minor. Continue reading

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Photo ID Required?

Iowa has a great voting system. There isn’t a problem, except for encouraging more people to vote. Continue reading

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