Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice’s College Columns Raise Concerns

Photo:  Associated Press Archives In October 2015, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker appointed Rebecca Bradley to the state’s supreme court following the death of Justice N. Patrick Crooks.  She is now up for election to the bench against Appeals Court Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg, and in several columns written by Bradley as a college student in 1992[…]

Dinesh D’Souza Set to Claim Persecution in Case of More Future Crimes

Dinesh is at it again. Recall that in 2014 he plead guilty to making illegal campaign contributions and was sentenced to eight months confinement and five years probation.  In 2012, two years earlier, he produced a mockumentary in which he supposedly exposed “third-world views” of President Obama.  Apparently he egocentrically felt this was major criticism,[…]

Supreme Court overturns Alabama court ruling against a lesbian mother’s adoption

Robert Barnes with “The Washington Post” reports, “The Supreme Court on Monday overturned an Alabama Supreme Court ruling that said the state should not recognize a lesbian mother’s adoption of three children in neighboring Georgia.” Read more here The Court ruled on the Constitution’s “Full Faith and Credit” clause which calls for state’s to recognize[…]

Cuban Peers Dispute Ted Cruz’s Father’s Story of Fighting for Castro

Jason Horowitz with “The New York Times” reports that Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael, does not have the support of his youthful peers from Cuba who all remember things very differently.  It seems his freedom-fighter story is more than a bit far-fetched, lending even more credence to perhaps explanation to Ted’s propensity to exaggerate and dramatize.[…]