Tag: SCOTUS

SCOTUS Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s a major victory for national security and the Trump Administration. On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 opinion in the Donald Trump in Trump v. Hawaii “travel ban” case, siding with the President. The concerned President Trump‘s September executive Read More

At the end of year one? Trump is winning over this skeptic.

I began 2017 as an unapologetic Trump skeptic, Save Jerseyans. Since last January, this unlikeliest of all U.S. presidents has: (1) Repealed the Obamacare mandate  (2) Won the first major tax cut in three decades (3) Slashed job-killing regulations (4) Read More

SCOTUS Oral Arguments Suggest That America’s Sports Betting Ban Could Soon End

Have you heard the one about the 12-year-old that walked into a casino and legally placed a sports bet? … ”) during oral arguments last week in the consolidated cases, Christie v. NCAA and New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association v. Read More

VIDEO: Chris Christie psyched over SCOTUS tackling sports betting

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the 1992 law banning sports betting everywhere (including New Jersey) except for Delaware, Montana, Nevada and Oregon. Governor Chris Christie said he’s “thrilled” with Tuesday’s decision. “I’m feeling pretty good,” Christie said. “If Read More

Schumer Confident: ‘Highly Unlikely’ Gorsuch Gets 60 Votes

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) bragged it is “highly unlikely” that Judge Neil Gorsuch will get the needed 60 votes to end debate on his nomination to the Supreme Court. Schumer made the remarks on NBC News’ “Meet the Read More