Potential Supreme Court Case Concerning the Electoral College Could Be Big for Third Parties

Back in August the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of three Colorado Presidential Electors that were considered Hamilton Electors who tried to cast their votes for John Kasiach instead of Hillary Clinton in an attempt to take the election away from Donald Trump. Colorado and many other states have statutes that bind... Continue Reading →

Trump’s Positive Impact on the Judiciary

With all the hype surrounding the impeachment of the President and the other issues that have plagued the past few years, one that fails to garner attention is the impact this President has had on the country's judicial system. We are often negative of the President, but this is one area where we can get... Continue Reading →

Libertarians Want U.S. Supreme Court to Quash Law Designed to Keep Them Off Ballot

The Arizona Libertarian Party is taking its struggles all the way to the United States Supreme Court to challenge a law that was passed in 2015 which nearly doubled the amount of signatures requried for the party to gain access to the ballot. From the Arizona Capitol Times: "In filings with the U.S. Supreme Court,... Continue Reading →

Chief Justice to Enter Spotlight in Trump Impeachment Trial

The impeachment of President Trump will propel one branch of government into the spotlight, and it is not the Legislative or Executive Branches. The third branch of government will come out from behind the curtain into primetime in the hopes of squashing the partisanship engulfing U.S. Capitol. Chief Justice John Roberts, who was nominated by... Continue Reading →

Supreme Court to Take Up First Gun Rights Case in Nearly a Decade

Following the landmark Supreme Court case of D.C. vs. Heller in which the Supreme Court extended the right of the individual to bear arms, the court will hear the first gun rights case in nearly a decade. From Fox News: The U.S. Supreme Court, in its first gun rights case in nearly a decade, will hear... Continue Reading →

Brett Kavanaugh is Unfit for the Court Not for Sexual Assault but for an Assault on the Fourth Amendment

This past week saw one of the biggest displays of government waste with the confirmation hearings of Brett Kavanaugh to be the next associate justice of the Supreme Court. We saw a women make claims about a man from when they were in high school and the United States Senate probing (figuratively) into the sexual... Continue Reading →

Trump Should Nominate One of the Following Libertarian Minded Judges to Fill Justice Kennedy’s Seat

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced today that he will be retiring from the bench. This announcement paves the way for President Trump to appoint his second Supreme Court justice. With such a historic opportunity here at The Libertarian Vindicator, we have compiled a list of judges that the President should consider for the historic... Continue Reading →

Breaking News: Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban

In a slap to the freedom to travel the United States Supreme Court has upheld the controversial Trump travel ban. In a 5-4 decison, the court upheld the third version of the ban. Once I read through the opinion I will update the article. Update: From NBC News: WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court, in... Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Colorado Baker Who Refused to Bake Cake for Same Sex Couple

The United States Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling and handed a victory to the owner of a Colorado bakery that refused to bake a cake for a same sex couple's wedding. From The Denver Post: WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that a Colorado baker had the legal right to refuse... Continue Reading →

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