Gallup has a screwy poll, that supports this totally unqualified nominee — By cooking the books. She is Anti-Constitution, anti-American and should not be confirmed.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that suspects must tell police explicitly that they want to be silent to invoke Miranda protections during criminal interrogations, a decision one dissenting justice said turns defendants’ rights “upside down.”
A right to remain silent and a right to a lawyer are the first of the Miranda rights warnings, which police recite to suspects during arrests and interrogations. But the justices said in a 5-4 decision that suspects must tell police they are going to remain silent to stop an interrogation, just as they must tell police that they want a lawyer.
The case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was all about, whether a citizens group could air a politically charged film days before the election. McCain-Fiengold specifically prohibits such actions. It was always thought that this was un-Constitutional, today it was ruled so. The film was an anti-Hillary film that was slated for showing before the Movie could not be shown on television right before the 2008 Democratic primaries under the McCain-Feingold Act.
The Supreme Court ruled that corporations may spend freely to support or oppose candidates for president and Congress, easing decades-old limits on their participation in federal campaigns.
Here is a legal roundup from SCOTUSblog.com of the articles regarding the decision.