Sidney Longwell, an entrepreneur in the finest tradition of the American Frontier, passed away after 38 years of waiting for justice in his lawsuit against the federal government.
What kind of country would this be if it were illegal to display a cross-shaped memorial to fallen war heroes on public land? Thankfully, we will not have to find out.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Kisor v. Wilkie today, and it looks like at least one of the justices took MSLF’s brief to heart. Kisor deals with the question of how much, if any, deference courts should give to regulatory agency interpretations of their own regulations.