A Primer On Proper and Improper Judicial Reasoning

Kimberly Hively was canned from her adjunct professer job at Ivy Tech College. She’s openly lesbian and figures that’s why she was fired. She filed a lawsuit under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in hopes of getting her job back, … Continue reading

Second Amendment victory in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals

Gun owners get some much needed good news today.  The 7th Circuit United States Court of Appeals in Chicago has denied a request from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan for an en banc rehearing of the three-judge panel ruling in December … Continue reading

Illinois state law banning concealed carry of firearms ruled unconstitutional by the Federal 7th Circuit

This is a big victory for freedom in Illinois.  Illinois was the last remaining state with no provision for citizens to legally carry concealed firearms.  The 7th Circuit, in a 2-1 opinion, has now ruled that to be unconstitutional under … Continue reading