The Latest

Featured

Please reload

November 24, 2009

Amicus brief filed in McDonald v. City of Chicago in support of petitioners.

Yesterday, the Committee for Justice submitted an amicus (friend of the court) brief in McDonald v. Chicago, the landmark Second Amendment case in which the Supreme Court will decide whether the right to keep and bear arms applies to state and local gun laws. District of Columbia v. Heller, the High Court’s 2008 decision recognizing the Second Amendment as an individual right, left the question of incorporation to the states unaddressed. The Family Research Council, the American Civil Rights Union, and Let Freedom Ring are also amici on the brief, written primarily by Kenneth Klukowski.

Regarding CFJ’s interest in the case, the brief explains that“At the core of CFJ’s mission is the need for objective judicial inte...

January 24, 2006

Ever since Judge Samuel Alito was nominated to the Supreme Court, the Committee for Justice has been hammering away on the theme that it is the ultra-liberal anti-Alito coalition led by People for the American Way, rather than Judge Alito, that is out of the mainstream. We have emphasized their agenda, their dilemma, and their motivation for attacking Alito.

November 15, 2005

The most pertinent aspects of Judge Roberts’ record essentially fit into three categories:  (1) service in the Office of Solicitor General; (2) private practice at Hogan & Hartson; and (3) service as a Circuit Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The most notable materials concerning Roberts’ service in the Office of Solicitor General were:  (1) the government’s brief in the Rust v. Sullivan  abortion case (see below), co-written by Roberts, which argued not only that regulations prohibiting Title X funding recipients from counseling patients on abortion did not violate Title X or the First or Fifth Amendments, but also that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided, and (2) the government’s briefs in Lujan (see b...

November 10, 2005

With each Republican nominee to the Supreme Court – from Sandra Day O’Connor to John Roberts – attacks by liberal interest groups such as People for the American Way (PFAW) have become increasingly histrionic.  Now the Left has trained its fire on Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr.  Despite the attacks, it would be difficult to imagine a candidate better suited to the High Court than Judge Alito.  The son of an Italian immigrant and of two public-school teachers, Alito boasts an impeccable academic pedigree and has dedicated his career to public service, including fifteen years as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.  Notably, Judge Alito has more prior judicial experience than any Supreme Court nominee in the past 70 years.

Please reload

Contact Us

1629 K St. NW
Suite #300
Washington, DC 20006 
 
Phone:  (202) 270-7748
Email: contact@committeeforjustice.org

Support Our Mission

We are only able to accomplish our mission through your generous support.
Please consider making a donation today. 

Follow Us Online 

Copyright (c) 2019 by The Committee for Justice