supreme

  1. RidinHighSpeeds

    Alito Sworn In as Nation's 110th Supreme Court Justice

    Alito Sworn In as Nation's 110th Supreme Court Justice Tuesday, January 31, 2006 By Jane Roh Samuel Alito was sworn in as the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice on Tuesday, less than two hours after the Senate voted 58-42 to confirm him to the nation's highest court. "Sam Alito is a...
  2. hevusa

    Supreme Court Upholds Oregon Assisted-Suicide Law

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/01/17/AR2006011700435.html Supreme Court Upholds Oregon Assisted-Suicide Law By William Branigin Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, January 17, 2006; 4:43 PM The Supreme Court delivered a rebuff to the Bush...
  3. RidinHighSpeeds

    Supreme Court Nominee Harriet Miers

    Suprised this wasn't brought up yet...What do you guys think about her nomination? Although she is not a judge, she has a tremendous background of being a lawyer! During the awards in 96, Bush called her "a pit bull in size 6 shoes".
  4. Nebraskaboy

    Bush nominates Roberts to Supreme Court

    Bush nominates Roberts to Supreme Court Wednesday, July 20, 2005; Posted: 12:06 a.m. EDT (04:06 GMT) WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush on Tuesday chose as his first Supreme Court nominee U.S. Circuit Judge John Roberts Jr., a conservative whose selection pleased Republicans and prompted...
  5. T

    Incredibly Stupid Supreme Court Decision Announced today...

    In a 7-2 decision, the Court ruled that local governments have no constitutional duty to protect from private violence an individual who is shielded by a court's restraining order. Such individuals do not gain an enforceable interest in that protection, the Court declared in an opinion by...
  6. hevusa

    piece of crap supreme ct. against the will of the people

    Fuck those old corrupt bags of bones. Such utter bullshit. http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/06/06/scotus.medical.marijuana/index.html WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The U.S. Supreme Court Monday ruled doctors can be blocked from prescribing marijuana for patients suffering from pain caused by cancer...
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    The Supreme Court & the Senate

    The power to pass laws ultimately lies in Congress. The power to enforce those laws and to interpret the Constitution lies with the Courts. Decisions made by the Supreme Court are particularly important because they set a national precedent, a standard. Do you think the Congress has the right to...