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New chief chosen to replace retiring D.C. federal judge named ...

By and Ann E. Marimow , The District's federal court named a new chief judge Thursday, one day after Judge Richard W. Roberts retired, citing unspecified health issues that he said prevented him from continuing to serve on the bench. The early ... Washington Post, 2 months ago

SCOTUS confirms its safe space

In 1949, Congress placed a ban on organized protests and signs on the marble plaza in front of the Supreme Court. The law in question, , reads: It is unlawful to parade, stand, or move in processions or assemblages in the Supreme Court ...
 Before It's News5 days ago

Shame on the Supreme Creeps

The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government remains responsive to the will of the people and peaceful change is effected. The ...
 RINF.com5 days ago Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment  Rutherford Institute1 week ago Shame On The Supreme Court For Making A Mockery Of The First Amendment  FreeRealTime.com5 days ago

Supremes exempt selves from 1st Amendment

Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court justices announced Monday their decision not to review a case challenging speech restrictions on the court's property. Shame on the court for making a mockery of the First Amendment and engaging in a ...
 WorldNetDaily1 week ago Free speech fight gets personal for Supremes  WorldNetDaily1 month ago

Senior Gray adviser sentenced to six months for 2010 mayoral shadow campaign

By and Ann E. Marimow , A senior political adviser to Vincent C. Gray (D) was sentenced to six months in prison Tuesday after a judge said his obstruction of the federal investigation into the illegal financing of Gray's 2010 mayoral campaign ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
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Army waives grooming rules for Sikh recruit from California

California resident Harpal Singh begins his Army training this week, unshorn and religiously intact. Facing legal and political heat, including from Central Valley lawmakers, the Army is accommodating Singh and several other soldiers whose Sikh ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago South Asian Bar Association Commends US Army for Religious Accommodation for Decorated Sikh Soldier  India New England1 month ago U.S. Army Captain Granted Accommodation to Serve With Turban, Beard  India-West1 month ago US military permits Sikh soldier to wear beard, turban : April 02, 2016, 4:40 pm  Daily Times1 month ago

Justice Sotomayor Tips Her Hand In DAPA Case Arguments

4995730 Those who got up extra early to get in line at the Supreme Court on Monday got to hear oral arguments for the biggest case of the court's term: The Texas-led multi-state challenge against President Obama's legacy-defining 2014 amnesty.
 Daily Caller1 month ago
Washington Post

Court to unseal investigative file from ex-D.C. mayor Gray campaign probe

By and Spencer S. Hsu , A federal court in Washington is scheduled Friday to unseal dozens of investigative records expected to provide new insight into how prosecutors conducted a long-running probe into the illegal financing of Vincent C. Gray's ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

Damascus and Tehran Are the Real Axis of Terrorism

that documents released by the Obama administration that were recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan indicate that al-Qaida had dealings with Iran. The newly released files reveal that a top al-Qaida operative, Younis al-Mauritani, ...
 NewsBlaze1 month ago

US court favours Sikh religious rights in armed forces

Upholding the religious freedom rights of Sikhs in the US armed forces, an American court has ruled in favour of a decorated Sikh Army Captain who had demanded that the military accommodate his articles of faith and abandon its impromptu discriminatory testing.Captain Simratpal Singh, 28, in a lawsuit filed against the Department of Defence demanded the US military accommodate his articles of faith and dump the discriminatory testing.  "Thousands of other soldiers are permitted to wear ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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