Justice Samuel Alito is very concerned about "religious liberty."
Brett Kavanaugh is expected to tell senators he won't let his personal views affect his decisions on the court—just like every other anti-abortion justice currently on the bench, each of whom went on to speak out or vote against abortion access.
"The Fourth Amendment is neither an 'ass' nor an 'idiot,'" Justice Alito wrote in his dissent.
Justices Kennedy and Alito are engaged in a low-key capitalization battle that may change the future of digital law.
Petitioners sought to redraw voting districts based on eligible voters rather than total population, which could have upset the political balance in a number of states with large populations of minorities and non-citizens.
In a 5-4 ruling, the court said Texas was free to determine what can and cannot be displayed on license plates because they are state property.
In order to legally operate a motor vehicle on public roads in the US today, citizens must abide an astonishing array of affronts to even the most basic concepts of civil liberty.
Today the Supreme Court ruled in a 5–4 decision that Hobby Lobby, a chain of craft stores owned by devout Christians, could deny certain types of birth control to its employees on religious grounds. "The court, I fear, has ventured into a minefield...