Did Chief Justice Roberts Open Door for Unemployed Americans to Sue Illegals? "...what happened in Alabama when the state passed strict immigration laws that could cause businesses to pay high fines or even lose their business licenses (for hiring illegals). Advocates for illegals warned Alabama would see their unemployment rate skyrocket, but in fact it dropped by 1.1% in the first two months of the law being enacted..."
Health Care Is Defining Decision for Chief Justice Roberts
The conventional wisdom was shockingly, pathetically wrong. But some folks have long had an inkling that the chief justice was no ideologue. When Roberts was nominated to be chief justice in 2005, a very prominent liberal lawyer told me that he was reassured. Roberts, he noted, was a practicing attorney with years of trials under his belt -- unlike the academic Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas with his slew of government jobs and no real private practice experience. The real world…
U.S. President Donald Trump takes the oath of office as the 45th president of the United States on the West front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington: President Donald Trump takes the oath of office as his wife Melania holds the bible and his children Barron, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany watch as Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts administers the oath during inauguration ceremonies swearing in Trump as the 45th president of the United States on the West front of the U.S. Capitol.
Eight years after including a disputed version of a Bob Dylan lyric in a dissent, inspiring a surge in citations of the songwriter in legal opinions, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. offered a “textualist” explanation.
As Supreme Court term draws to end, all eyes on Chief Justice Roberts