The Mythology of the Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court’s recent decision on prayer at government meetings reminds me that Supreme Court “season” is upon us, and for the next two months or so, we can expect to see the court decide on a variety of cases that can have profound impacts on the lives of citizens and non-citizens alike. The court’s decision in Town of Greece vs. Galloway has produced a lot of commentary on both sides, with much discussion about the dynamics between justices, and how Justice Kennedy must have been in a pro-prayer mood that day, since his decisions appear to be made on a variety of unknowable whims.

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Our MISSION is to restore federalism by teaching the compelling ideas of unalienable rights, consent of the governed, and the rule of law. This effort will focus on shifting the conversation from national solutions to state based solutions. Randy Brogdon served briefly as Republican Party State Chair in 2015.