Jeffrey Rosen

These Two Cases Could Be Corporate America's Biggest Gift Since Citizens United
November 26, 2013

A ruling on the Obamacare contraception mandate could give corporations all kinds of new powers.

Antonin Scalia Just Cracked the Door to State-Sanctioned Prayer
Religious supremacy may be on the rise at the Supreme Court
November 07, 2013

Justice Elena Kagan framed the stakes in Town of Greece v. Galloway, the church-state case that the Supreme Court heard Wednesday, at the very beginning of the oral argument.

Clarence Thomas Does Not Share the Founding Fathers' View of Corruption
October 11, 2013

On the second day of the Supreme Court term, the justices debated whether limits on aggregate campaign contributions were necessary to prevent individual donors from corrupting politicians through quid pro quo gifts.

A Newly Released Secret Opinion Shows Surveillance Courts Are Even Worse Than You Knew
September 25, 2013

Last week, with little fanfare, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) released a previously secret opinion upholding the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance of telephone metadata.

Eric Holder's Suit Against Texas Gives the Supreme Court a Chance to Gut Even More of the Voting Rights Act
September 01, 2013

The Supreme Court has played whack-a-mole with the Voting Rights Act: Strike down one part of the law, encourage people to use another part of it, then strike that part down. The Texas lawsuit gives them another whack. 

The Lies Aren't What Make Obama's NSA Stance So Awful
August 12, 2013

President Obama’s repeated comments that “there is no spying on Americans” and that “we don’t have a domestic spying program,” as he told Jay Leno, were contradicted by two revelations at the end of last week.

Four Ways Obama Needs to Control His Spooks
July 01, 2013

How to roll back the surveillance state.

Debating the Court's Gay Marriage Decisions
June 26, 2013

Legal scholars of the right and left take on the Supreme Court's decisions to overturn DOMA and pass on Prop 8.

Debating the Court's Voting Rights Decision
June 25, 2013

Legal scholars of the right and left take on the Supreme Court's decision to undo the Voting Rights Act.

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