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    Heritage Libertad Radio: Obamacare Ruling, Fast and Furious, More

    Be sure to check out the latest Heritage Libertad podcast. For the English version, click here. For the Spanish version, click here. The English version kicks off with a discussion of Fast and Furious. We then have a discussion with Congressman Farenthold (R-TX) on various issues. The segment closes with a … More

    Supreme Court Backs Arizona’s Right to Enforce Immigration Laws

    Today’s Supreme Court decision upholding the major provision of Arizona’s S.B. 1070 immigration law is a strong rebuke of the Obama Administration. The Administration had argued that its own immigration enforcement priorities should be treated as controlling law—that is, above the determinations of both Congress and Arizona. But the Court’s … More

    Is the Roberts Court Partisan?

    One of the frequent claims we hear from liberals is that the justices on the Supreme Court who are dubbed “conservative” are (in contrast to the liberal justices) just driven by politics, pro-business and anti-plaintiff, and not considerate of due process and that cases are constantly decided by 5–4 splits … More

    The Supreme Court’s Next Blockbuster Term

    Although the Court’s last term was generally regarded as pretty boring, the upcoming term that begins on Oct. 3 has the potential to be the term of the decade, or as some hope, the term of the century.  Yet the story of the Court’s 2011 term really began months, or … More

    How Would Justice Kagan Approach the Second Amendment?

    At a Second Amendment Task Force held earlier this summer, Hans Von Spakovsky, Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, explained that Elena Kagan’s lack of action in her current job as Solicitor General with regard to the 2nd Amendment speaks volumes about how Kagan would rule on similar cases … More