Two rulings greatly expand the ability to evade the law for on Free Exercise grounds.
The regime’s crackdown on their Muslim minority is worse than imagined.
At least some segments of the “pro-life” movement seem more concerned with policing morality than they do with protecting life.
The second day of questioning for Judge Brett Kavanaugh was a bit rockier than the first, but nothing happened that seriously threatens his eventual confirmation.
A Republican organization dedicated to abortion rights is shutting down after 30 years, eight fewer than the Party has opposed them.
Hugh Hefner, who became both a cultural icon and a catalyst and reflector of vast social changes, has died at the age of 91.
An important free speech case is coming up this week at the Supreme Court.
The The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton pointed out truths about Donald Trump that his fellow Republicans were too scared to point out during the primary..
The Supreme Court won’t hear the appeal of a pharmacist who objects to providing the ‘morning after’ pill.
Depending on the outcome of the election, the Supreme Court’s just concluded term will most likely be remembered as the point at which the Court’s rightward tilt that began at the end of the Warren Court Era came to an end.
Faced with the prospect of a 4-4 tie, the Supreme Court instead came up with a decision on the PPACA’s birth control mandate that didn’t decide anything.
The Supreme Court appears to be looking for a way to resolve an issue that has been mired in controversy for six years now.
The Supreme Court appeared deadlocked during oral argument in the latest case dealing with the PPACA’s contraceptive coverage mandates.
In the short term, Justice Scalia’s death will have a significant impact on cases the Supreme Court has already heard, and cases it is scheduled to hear in the next two months.
The Obama Administration is asking the Supreme Court to review a ruling that kept a hold on last year’s immigration execution action in place.
Mexicans are more likely to be returning home than migrating to the United States, a new report finds.
You may not be aware, but your local Starbucks is the new front in the ‘War On Christmas.’
The Supreme Court is diving back into the debate over the PPACA’s birth control coverage mandate.
Thanks mostly to well-founded demographic concerns, China is ending the ‘One Child’ policy, but it is probably too late for them to avoid the consequences of the forty year program.
Thanks mostly to Republicans unhappy with the Court’s decisions on same-sex marriage and the Affordable Care Act, public disapproval of the Supreme Court is nearing a new high.
There are still legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act pending after King v. Burwell, but they aren’t quite as substantial as what we’ve seen over the last five years.
George Stephanopoulos’ s ties to the Clinton’s have always raised questions about his objectivity. Now, there’s further reason to doubt that he can play fair when the Clinton’s are part of the story he’s covering.
A Judge in New Jersey has ruled that the twin children of a New Jersey woman were in fact fathered by two different men.
Ted Cruz and Steve King think the Court should be prevented from hearing any case involving same-sex marriage. Because they know they’re losing.
Indiana is about to become the latest state to grants special rights to religious business owners.
Pope Francis continues his world tour and has issued a paradox from his private jet.
Every member of the Supreme Court graduated from an Ivy League Law School. That kind of homogeneity is not healthy.
Another round of election losses is leading Democrats to contemplate the direction they should take going forward.
Somewhat surprisingly, the Supreme Court has accepted the appeal of a case that could completely gut the financial structure of the Affordable Care Act.
Another setback for the radical fringe of the “pro-life” movement,
To a large degree, the Democratic Party’s supposed advantage among women voters appears to not exist this year.
Once something that generally benefited Republicans, social issues are now becoming a wedge issue for Democrats.
The Hobby Lobby decision could end up motivating women voters to turn out to vote against Republicans in the fall.
It appears that the GOP still has a problem communicating with women.
Rush Limbaugh is still really, really angry about subsidized birth control. And lots of other stuff.
Political irony, perhaps, but probably less than meets the eye.
Republican overreach could end up helping the President and his party.
Is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act itself an unconstitutional Establishment of Religion barred by the First Amendment? There’s a compelling argument that it is.
Hobby Lobby wins, but it’s unclear just how far this opinion will go.
The Supreme Court has saved the biggest case of the term for its last day.
A Republican Congressman from Colorado who is running for the Senate has a very good idea.
Hobby Lobby has a strong argument under RFRA but the precedent would be dangerous.