Tag: supreme court

SCOTUS Sides With Right To Privacy In California Case

The government agencies of California wanted to know which citizens were donating to which causes and groups. All the donations are perfectly legal, so the only real reason for wanting this information is to imply sinister intent of the donor, or flat out intimidate people not to donate to the “wrong” groups. In California, “wrong” groups means “not liberal” groups.

Casey Mattox, VP for Legal and Judicial Strategy for Americans For Prosperity, spoke with Tony about the case AFP brought against the Golden State. After seven years of legal battles, the Supreme Court voted in AFP’s favor, 6-3.

Katz on Fox & Friends: RBG Hypocrisy and AOC Brunch Madness

Tony Katz joined the folks over at Fox and Friends to give the latest on everything happening with the vacant supreme court seat after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. There is enough hypocrisy to go around, but what does the constitution say?

Progressives Continue Their Crusade Against The Supreme Court

According to the progressive left, the John Roberts led Supreme Court is simply an instrument for the Trump administration to use at their will. Tony Katz speaks as to how dangerous and nonsensical this argument is