Hobby Lobby Is an important decision, but it’s one that the Supreme Court handed down a week earlier that will have the widest impact.
House Republicans go to war against marijuana in the District of Columbia
Should the police be able to track you without a warrant? One Federal Appeals Court says no.
Obsessing over what a politician believed in the past accomplishes nothing.
A victory for Federalism and sanity in the War On Drugs.
Is support for marriage equality now an issue that can benefit Democrats at the polls?
Allen West seems to think that God might want him to run for President. Unfortunately for Mr. West, so does Ben Carson.
The Mason-Dixon Line says it starts in Maryland, but that no longer seems to be the case.
Contrary to popular belief, eyewitness testimony is often quite unreliable.
Market Watch presents this infographic of “the most and least expensive states to live in the U.S.
Yesterday the Supreme Court greatly expanded the circumstances under which police can rely on anonymous tips.
Wisconsin recently became the third state to criminalize revenge porn. Why is it still legal in the other 47?
Despite the fact that she asserted her right against self-incrimination, a House Committee has voted to hold Lois Lerner in contempt for refusing to testify.
The Democratic field for 2016 is frozen in place waiting for the presumptive frontrunner to make a decision.
Another Circuit Court finds that the Second Amendment protects a right to carry a weapon in public.
The string of victories for same-sex marriage continues as a Federal Judge rules that the Commonwealth of Kentucky must recognize out-of-state same-sex marriages.
Another victory for marriage equality. This time from the state that gave us the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on interracial marriage.
Republican leaders continue to say stupid things. They may still retake the Senate in November.
After eight years in a coma, Ariel Sharon has passed away.
.Many have tried to justify N.S.A. data mining on the theory that it could have prevented 9/11. Is that true?
The year that will soon ended will go down in history as the year that the same-sex marriage debate changed forever.
Another Federal District Court ruling on the Constitutionality of the NSA’s data mining program, this time more favorable to the NSA.
A limited ruling out of Ohio with wide ranging implications.
No person has been elected Senator in a second state after serving as Senator in another, but Scott Brown seems set to give it a try.
A potentially big legal setback for a big National Security Agency program.
Are we headed for another Federal Government shutdown, or will Congress actually do its job this time?
The battle for marriage equality has scored a number of victories in a short period of time, but that’s about to change.
There seems to be at least some hope for a temporary deal in Washington to end the shutdown and raise the debt ceiling, but don’t count your chickens just yet.
Day One of the Obamacare online “marketplaces” is proving to be a bit of a bumpy ride.
The destruction of Syria’s stockpiles will be slow and laborious even if all goes according to script.
A proposed Syria authorization being considered in the Senate places several limits on Presidential authority to act, but it’s unclear if those limits can actually work.
Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn is the latest conservative to endorse the foolish idea of a Constitutional Convention.
Detroit is bankrupt, but that isn’t stopping the Red Wings from getting $400 million in taxpayer subsidies for their new stadium.
Lindy Boggs, the Louisiana Congresswoman best known to many of us as Cookie Roberts’ mom, has died at the ripe old age of 97.
A major ruling on recognition of same-sex marriages out of Ohio.
New Jersey’s highest court gets it right.