Ken Klukowski

Posted April 26, 2011

A major law firm has caved to pressure from militant homosexual activists, and one of America’s top Supreme Court lawyers resigned from that firm rather than abandon principle. That lawyer is former U.S. Solicitor General Paul Clement, and this is a story that everyone who values the rule of law needs to understand.

Posted April 01, 2011

On Mar. 31, Senators Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee introduced a Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) to make it a constitutional requirement for Washington, D.C., to end our deficit spending and culture of debt.

Posted January 26, 2011

To make full use of Senator Lee’s extraordinary knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, Republican Leader Mitch McConnell should appoint Senator Lee to serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Posted January 25, 2011

The child porn allegations made against MTV for its "Skins" show must be investigated by the Obama Justice Department.

Posted January 25, 2011

The child porn allegations made against MTV for its “Skins” show must be investigated by the Obama Justice Department.

Posted January 08, 2011

The Second Amendment is a whole new ballgame in the aftermath of recent Supreme Court decisions. The NRA is taking a leading role in many lawsuits now underway by bringing in top-tier lawyers from the Reagan administration, as the biggest battles over gun rights now move into the courtroom.

Posted January 07, 2011

On Dec. 30, a federal appeals court froze new EPA regulations on greenhouse gases. The team representing the State of Texas in this appeal is also the team managing the largest Obamacare lawsuit in America, led by a lawyer from the Reagan administration.

Posted December 27, 2010

It's worth noting not only that the War on Christmas has continued, but now federal regulators have joined the wrong side.

Posted November 10, 2010

While America was talking about the election returns, the Supreme Court was talking about tax credits to fund Christian schools in Arizona.

Posted November 03, 2010

Many newer video games depict graphic violence, such as torturing and defiling women and children. These games are sold to kids. The Supreme Court is considering whether the First Amendment forbids states from restricting the sale of these games to minors.

Posted October 07, 2010

The U.S. Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether the First Amendment protects a radical religious group protesting the funeral of a fallen U.S. Marine.

Posted June 30, 2010

On June 28, the Supreme Court handed down a deeply-disturbing decision in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez.

Posted June 29, 2010

On June 28, the Supreme Court handed down the most consequential decision of this term in the historic gun-rights case, McDonald v. Chicago. Now the Second Amendment right to own a gun extends against every level of government, in a complex 5-4 decision that shows President Obama is using the Supreme Court to push a gun-control agenda.

Posted June 28, 2010

Federal law makes it a crime to use the U.S. mail or wire-transfer services in a fraudulent scheme.

Posted June 25, 2010

Today the Supreme Court dealt a setback to supporters of traditional marriage. But it’s not the defeat that gay-rights supporters (and many of their fans on the media) are hailing it as, and leaves open the possibility that traditional-marriage supporters may be the ones celebrating at the end.

Posted June 23, 2010

Monday’s Supreme Court case on supporting terrorism saw retiring Justice Stevens side with the conservatives, while Justice Sotomayor went the opposite way.

Posted June 21, 2010

The legal world has been focused on a constitutional property-rights case before the Supreme Court.

Posted June 08, 2010

While Tuesday is a major primary-election day across the country, once Wednesday dawns the nation’s eyes will start turning to the Supreme Court as the next major story in America’s capital.

Posted May 19, 2010

Monday’s Supreme Court decision holding that sentencing an underage person to life in prison is unconstitutional is yet another disturbing example of judicial activism.