The Supreme Court ruled that a Louisiana court “unreasonably” found that a condemned man with an IQ of 75 wasn’t entitled to a hearing on his mental capabilities.
They both start with the letter E.
The town of Gilbert, Arizona, limited the size of “temporary directional signs” for nonprofit groups. A small church sued the town — and won on Thursday at the Supreme Court.
In a 5–4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Texas’ speciality license plates are government speech, and the state can reject a proposal featuring the Confederate flag.
In Nevada for his first visit since Jeb Bush’s announcement, his son George P. said the contrast couldn’t be greater in the race and he wouldn’t be like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Bush will need 10,000 supporters in the Nevada Caucus, he said.
It could come Thursday, or next week, or the week after that. Breathe — and don’t listen to anyone who tells you they know exactly when it’s going to happen.
As Oklahoma’s death-row inmates await word on whether the state’s execution procedure is constitutional, states — including Oklahoma — maintain strong laws protecting disclosure of information about the way they implement the death penalty.
Right to Rise PAC says it’s raised $17 million in the New York area so far, and its July fundraising report will give Jeb Bush’s opponents a “heart attacks.”
A letter from the FDA explains that the shipment would be illegal. The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services expects the drug to arrive sometime in the next week.
“I actually think this is how campaigns are going to be won in the future. It’s not about creating a 30-second ad and putting it up on Fox. It’s about getting information online and making the narrative go viral.”
Carson made the comparison at the Maryland Right to Life banquet in 2012.
“The first priority for the military is to create an environment where the morale’s high, where people are trained, and we have the best fighting force. And if you can accommodate that in that kind of environment, I don’t think there’s a problem for it.”
The Republican presidential candidate’s column ran from 2000 and 2006 and appears to have cut-and-pasted language from sources ranging from the Washington Post to an Arkansas Supreme Court justice’s opinion to a quote from Bill Clinton.
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Debates “will not remain a major cultural point unless the way that the debates are delivered to voters is consistent with how voters are increasingly accustomed to getting their news.”
“And she has a husband that I also like very much.”
“I think there’s a lot of movement around Bernie just for people to show they’re uneasy.”
“And so what we’re doing is we’re planning for both contingencies.”
“Well I think I said before, anyone has a chance to win in New Hampshire.”
The Future Majority Project’s 2016 goals, given first to BuzzFeed News, come on the heels of a successful 2014 cycle that saw resources pumped into races that led to 43 Republican minority candidates being elected.
An aide quickly dismissed the proposal, part of a larger debate reported on for the first time by BuzzFeed News. It would be another 11 years before Bill Clinton endorsed marriage equality.
“I like the Lincoln quote where he says…”
Donald Trump also wrote about his “pro-choice instincts.”
“It will be as big or bigger than anybody else in this election, Democrat or Republican,” Hispanic outreach director Jose Mallea told BuzzFeed News. A laser focus on getting Latino voters to meet and get to know Jeb Bush and his family.
Donald Trump is really running for president.
“What we see today is Hitler with nuclear weapons potentially and that is the greatest threat this world has ever seen.”
“Why? Because if I win, we win. Thank you now go vote.”
“I’ve been dying for him to do what he did today, which is lay out his gubernatorial record,” says Mel Martinez.
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