Federal Judiciary

McGirt doctrine returns to the Supreme Court where it began, only to be bounced back down. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 12th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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 A college soccer player was forced off the team after she refused to kneel before a game.  Later she was awarded 100,000 dollars in a settlement. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 7th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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In 2020, the Supreme Court handed down an extremely misguided decision, McGirt v. Oklahoma, which wound up having over 40% of the state’s territory being considered Indian reservation land.  (For more information, see my McGirt file here.) It’s absolutely ridiculous to consider Tulsa, Oklahoma, as Indian reservation land. And now, the Tenth Circuit has ruled that […]

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On April 13, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta overturned a previous ruling delivered by a district judge in southern Florida which had, in turn, blocked portions of a Florida law banning “sanctuary cities” in the state. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published April 21st, 2023, on Border Hawk […]

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American government functions best when each level of government (federal, state, county, local) stays in its own lane and its own jurisdiction. That becomes problematic, however, when the federal government either grabs too much power or cedes its power to control the border without allowing a state government to fill the void. A current case […]

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Remember when a federal judge would rule against a Trump administration immigration order? Well, now it’s happened to the Biden administration, in office only since January 20th. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 28th, 2021, in US Incorporated.

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This is incredible and another evidence of how this country is becoming a joke. The Supreme Court refused to hear a case originating in Kansas about voter ID, thus leaving intact a lower court ruling which forbids demanding documentary proof of citizenship in order to register to vote. Isn’t that incredible? In contrast, in Mexico, […]

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Allan on September 29th, 2020

President Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett to a seat on the Supreme Court. It looks like the votes are there, so this confirmation process may be a swift one. How would a Justice Amy Coney Barrett be on immigration? To read the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September […]

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A federal judge has declared that 32 more counties in Florida “need” to have sample ballots in Spanish, thanks to the influx of Puerto Ricans in that state. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September 9th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on October 23rd, 2017

Texas recently passed a law to stop the outrageous “sanctuary city” policy adopted by many municipalities in this country.   Of course, this attempt to simply enforce the law is being fought in the court system, and the Mexican government has made its contribution. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, […]

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