Donor may take back statue of justice in Plessy v. Ferguson


WTOP— AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The donor of a statue of the chief justice who served when the U.S. Supreme Court legalized racial segregation in 1896 might be willing to take it back. The Kennebec County Board—Justice Alito Pokes Justice Sotomayor Over Canons of Construction in Facebook v. Duguid. Today the Supreme Court decided Facebook v. Duguid. This case presents a question of statutory interpretation. Section 227(a)(1) of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) provides this definition of an autodialer: equipment which has the capacity– (A) to store or produce telephone numbers to be called, using a random or sequential number generator; and (B) to dial such numbers. Justice Sotomayor wrote the majority opinion for the Court. She framed the issue this way: Facebook...—Did Justice Thomas Cover for Justice Barrett's Vote To Deny Cert To Reconsider TWA v. Hardison?. On Monday, the Supreme Court denied cert in two Free Exercise Clause cases. First, Dalberiste v. GLE Associates asked the Court to reconsider TWA v. Hardison (1977). Second, Small v. Memphis Light, Gas & Water asked the Court to overrule TWA v. Hardison (1977). (Judges Thapar and Kethledge wrote about this issue on the 6th Circuit). The latter petition noted that three Justices had already called on the Court to reconsider that Burger Court precedent: Three current Justices, the United...

@AmericanThinker—NPR takes back the Hunter Biden story. Well, who knew that Hunter Biden was going to write a book and talk about it on TV? It caught NPR off base and they had to issue the following statement via Steven Nelson at the New York Post:    National Public