Browsing: Supreme Court

Can courts cherry-pick what they like in the Constitution or don’t like and thereby change the meaning of plain words? That’s what’s at stake in the latest challenge to the Election Clause heard by the US Supreme Court. Still, one Justice said the legal challenge was “novel,” but is it? Could the Supreme Court again make a decision that makes matters worse?

The Left appears to want it both ways. Regarding social media censorship, they argue private businesses can discriminate against and censor speech they disagree with. Interestingly, when a person of faith who owns a business exercises their rights to choose who they will do business with, they allege it’s illegal discrimination.