Courts on Townhall

Sarah Jean Seman - Tue Oct 29

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is the second-most influential court in the nation, and the fight to bar Obama’s three democrat judicial nominees — stacking the court in his favor — is underway. ... more

Jacob Sullum - Wed Oct 16

Sarah Jean Seman - Mon Sep 9

Verizon argued Monday their constitutional rights are being violated by the Federal Communication Commission's 2010 Open Internet order, also referred to as the “net neutrality order.” ... more

Heather Ginsberg - Tue Sep 3

The State Supreme Court of Massachusetts will begin hearing arguments this week in a case where an atheist couple is looking to strike the words “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance, which their kids say at school every day. ... more

Robert Knight - Tue Jul 16

Mike Adams - Mon Apr 8

After six years of litigation, I am pleased to report that I have finally won the right to present my case against UNC-Wilmington to a jury of my peers here in North Carolina. ... more

Mark Baisley - Sun Mar 31

A citizen is incapable of violating the First Amendment. As is evident with every one of the Bill of Rights, the First Amendment was never intended as a restriction on citizen behavior. It is a restriction on government alone. ... more