A commonly cited statistic in support of the “equal pay” argument does not stand up to scrutiny.
About 1,000 same-sex couples married in Utah before the Supreme Court stay find themselves in an odd legal limbo.
For the time being at least, same-sex marriage is once again banned in Utah.
Once again, the Administration has unilaterally changed the Affordable Care Act.
The most important leader to come out of Africa in the 20th Century, and perhaps in all of history, has died.
A contrite President Obama offered a “fix” for one of the biggest problems that the PPACA has created.
And New Jersey makes 14.
The House wasted a day yesterday, now it’s crunch time.
It looks like the House will be making its move before the Senate acts, but that may actually help resolve this faster.
The issue of same-sex marriage is likely to be resolved in New Jersey by early next year.
An historic same-sex marriage ruling out of New Jersey.
A gun rights victory at the ballot box in Colorado.
President Obama has decided not to enforce a law. This is most unusual and somewhat disturbing.
People are looking to New Jersey as the next same-sex marriage battleground, but it’s not going to be an easy fight.
The Senate passed an immigration reform bill today, but it’s not going to go anywhere.
The Court may have “punted” the Proposition 8 ruling, but it is likely to have a wide-ranging impact both in California and nationwide.
Scott Walker could be the GOP’s surprise candidate in 2016.
Justice Ginsburg made some interesting comments about Roe v. Wade recently. Could they be a signal about where the Court is headed on gay marriage?
The rich are getting richer and more politically powerful.
The possible presidential contender has an op-ed in a rather dubious outlet.
Opponents of immigration reform are deceptively attempting to use the bombing attack in Boston to derail immigration reform.
A case from Missouri provides an excellent example of why it matters that states forbid people who love each other from being married.
When it comes to same-sex marriage, the GOP finds itself on the horns of a dilemma.
Once again, Utah’s former Governor is making sense.