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Appeals court blocks Texas immigration law just hours after Supreme Court ruled in the state’s favor

March 21, 2024 -

The new law, known as Senate Bill 4, says that police may arrest migrants who are suspected of crossing the border illegally from Mexico into the U.S. and charge them on their first offense. It also gives judges the power to deport individuals to Mexico. It was signed by Governor Greg Abbott back in December and has been subject to litigation, including a lawsuit by the Biden administration that sought to strike it down.

The Biden administration maintains that the law ...

Appeals court okays pro-lifer’s lawsuit against D.C. government’s ‘viewpoint discrimination’

August 21, 2023 - appeals court ruling overturned a dismissal of the lawsuit by a lower district court, agreeing with the plaintiff's complaint that Washington, D.C. committed viewpoint discrimination.

"The First Amendment prohibits discrimination on the basis of viewpoint irrespective of the government's motive. We hold the foundation has plausibly alleged the district discriminated on the basis of viewpoint in the selective enforcement of its defacement ordinance," the court decision ...

Appeals court reverses lower court ruling: Police in Texas can now arrest illegal migrants starting March 11 – UPDATE: Supreme Court issues temporary stay

March 06, 2024 - appeals court ruling, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, highlights the constitutional right of Texans to defend themselves against what he described as President Biden's failure to secure the border.

"Texas has the constitutional right to defend itself because of President Biden's ongoing failure to fulfill his duty," Abbott said.

"We will not back down in our fight to protect Texas. This case will ultimately be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court."


Appeals court cancels Biden’s CAPRICIOUS energy regulatory actions targeting dishwashers and washing machines

January 12, 2024 -

"The 2022 DOE was required to reasonably consider the relevant issues and reasonably explain its decisions…. It failed to do so." The ruling said: "Specifically, it (a) is unclear that DOE has statutory authority to regulate water use in dishwashers and clothes washers. But even if DOE has water-usage authority over the relevant appliances, the department (b) failed to adequately consider the negative consequences of [its new rule], including the substitution effects of energy-and-water-wastin....

Appeals court: Trump NOT IMMUNE to civil lawsuits over J6 false-flag riot

December 14, 2023 - appeals court noted that its analysis dealt with when a president could be immune against certain types of civil claims, not the issue of immunity against criminal prosecution. The court also rebuffed the "categorical rule" Trump's lawyers proposed that any time a sitting president spoke on matters of public concern, that qualified as an official act. "That is a sweeping proposition and one that ultimately sweeps too far," Srinivasan wrote.

Srinivasan's colleagues ...

Appeals court REJECTS request by Maryland parents to allow kids to opt out of reading LGBT BOOKS

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On May 15, the three-judge panel of the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia ruled 2-1 against the plaintiffs. Circuit Judge Steven Agee, who was appointed by former President George W. Bush, penned the majority opinion while Circuit Judge DeAndrea Benjamin, who was appointed by President Joe Biden, joined him. Circuit Judge A. Marvin Quattlebaum Jr., an appointee of former President Donald Trump, was the lone dissenter.

The May 15 ruling by Agee found that the ...

Appeals court skeptical of judge’s exclusion of evidence showing FBI’s role in kidnapping plot hoax against Gov. Whitmer

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Now, even the courts are asking some tough questions about a judge’s decision to prevent a jury in the case from seeing hundreds of potentially incriminating communications that took place between FBI informants, handlers and officials that shed light on what really happened.

Reports indicate that the informants the government relied on to build its case against the men who have been convicted in the plot were active instigators in what Revolver characterizes as “an entrapment ...

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Federal appeals court declares government mass phone surveillance is illegal

Appeals court slaps down Bloomberg's soda ban as unconstitutional

Federal appeals court says Big Pharma drug reps can legally push unapproved drug uses

Federal appeals court decimates Constitution, rules government can indefinitely detain citizens at will

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Appeals court reverses overhaul of veterans healthcare

May 12, 2012 - printable article

Appeals court reverses overhaul of veterans healthcare


Appeals court reverses overhaul of veterans healthcare

May 12, 2012 - Appeals court reverses overhaul of veterans healthcare

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US DC court of appeals just destroyed America

December 04, 2023 -

(Article by Martin Armstrong republished from

U.S. Circuit Judge Sri Srinivasan, who was NEVER even a judge, was controversially appointed under former President Barack Obama to the position of Chief Judge no less of the DC US Court of Appeals. This biased judge, in trying to destroy Donald Trump, wrote in the ruling:This decision was unimaginable for any true court decision. Srinivasan went out of his way to make sure Trump could be sued ...

Appeals court rules Baltimore Police Department’s aerial surveillance program unconstitutional

July 02, 2021 -

In its ruling, the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals said the police must stop using any data obtained through the now-defunct program. The appeals court said the use of a plane equipped with wide-angle high-tech cameras to monitor the city amounted to a warrantless search and violated the Fourth Amendment.

"The AIR [Aerial Investigation Research] program records the movements of a city. With analysis, it can reveal where individuals come and go over an extended ...

SUPPRESSED: NY appeals court DECLINES Trump’s request to overturn GAG order

15 days ago - appeals court to issue a ruling to stall the trial and allow them to take their request to a higher court. But it rejected the former president's request.

They also declined an attempt to pause the enforcement of the gag order, which was issued in March after prosecutors requested it. Merchan ruled that Trump violated his directive 10 times before threatening to jail the former president if he makes future comments that he believes violate that order.Human knowledge ...

‘Passive’ J6 protesters can be convicted of ‘disorderly conduct,’ appeals court rules

January 08, 2024 -

(Article by Chris Menahan republished from

From The Hill, "Jan. 6 rioters who were passive can be convicted of disorderly conduct, court rules":

The case focused on a rioter, Russell Alford, who received a year-long sentence for his "role" in the insurrection. He was attempting to challenge "the reasonableness of his sentence and the sufficiency of the evidence to support two of his convictions, both of which charged him with engaging ...

U.S. appeals court: FDA “overstepped” its authority with campaign to smear IVERMECTIN

January 04, 2024 - appeals court's decision in a post on X. He thanked the three plaintiffs – Drs. Mary Talley Bowden, Paul Marik and Robert Apter – for their "strength and courage." McCullough ultimately pointed out that "doctors decide the community standard of care," not the FDA or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Rogan: Ivermectin smeared in order to secure EUA for vaccines

Podcaster Joe Rogan of "The Joe Rogan Experience" also disclosed why the FDA was actively ...

Appeals court upholds decision to block Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for government contractors

December 22, 2022 -

On Monday, Dec. 19, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans rejected by a vote of two-to-one an appeal by Biden's administration to roll back a Louisiana lower court's decision in Dec. 2021 to block the COVID-19 mandate for the employees of government contractors.

This ruling is the latest in a series of setbacks for Biden's attempt to force more Americans to get vaccinated by requiring contractors doing work for the federal government to be fully vaccinated....

Appeals court strikes down racial and gender discrimination policies in Biden’s coronavirus relief package

June 04, 2021 - appeals court.

After filing his request for relief funding, Vitolo was told that restaurants owned by women and people of color would be prioritized during the first 21 days of fund disbursement, which began on May 3.

Vitolo was later informed by the SBA that his restaurant was eligible for $104,590 in relief funds if there is still enough money remaining in the Restaurant Revitalization Fund after the 21 days of priority disbursement. Vitolo had no choice but ...

FBI’s safe deposit box searches and seizures violated owners’ Fourth Amendment rights, appeals court rules

January 31, 2024 -

The incident involved a Beverly Hills safe deposit box company known as U.S. Private Vaults, who offered the boxes for rent to clients who value privacy and anonymity. While some may argue this attracted parties involved in illegal activities such as drug dealing, it also drew in customers who do not trust banks and wanted an alternative place to keep their most valuable possessions and documents.

Agents raided the business, believing that criminals were using it. Although ...

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