Tag: Supreme Court

Supreme Court Unanimously Rules in Favor of Free Speech in Rock Band Trademark

In an 8-0 verdict, the United States Supreme Court ruled that a 71-year-old law banning offensive trademarks is unconstitutional. This is win for the First Amendment and free speech by allowing controversial and potentially offensive speech within the country. The case was brought to the court by the […]

Supreme Court Decision May Lead To Eliminating Civil Asset Forfeiture

by Luke Henderson Civil Asset Forfeiture, one of the country’s most egregious examples of police overreach where law enforcement may seize any property involved in a crime, took a big hit today with the United States Supreme Court’s decision. The Hill reports that “[…] in 1986 the U.S. […]

The Nuclear Option is Bad for the American Republic; Bad for Libertarians

With the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court pending this week, there is disagreement in the Senate as to the approval of his nomination.  One of the key features of the Senate is the deliberative nature of the body and the requirement that in […]

SCOTUS Nominee Gorsuch Would Not Repeal Roe v. Wade

One of the more hot-button issues in the Libertarian Party right now is the viewpoint on abortion. As a party, we stand firmly pro-choice in regards to a women’s right to chose. However, there are some that would like that position to change and be another pro-life party. […]

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