Decision Season

John Roberts' Supreme Court Is as Polarized as Ever
Don't be misled by the unanimous decisions
July 01, 2014

Don't be misled by the unanimous decisions.

The Roberts Court Thinks Corporations Have More Rights Than You Do
The chief justice continues his First Amendment revolution
June 30, 2014

The chief justice continues his First Amendment revolution.

Obama's NLRB Defeat Was a Victory for Pragmatism
June 26, 2014

It's a liberal victory for interpreting the Constitution as an evolving text rooted in historical practice.

Justice Alito Would Be Just Fine if Congress Undid Yesterday's Landmark Privacy Decision
The twisted logic of his concurring opinion
June 26, 2014

The twisted logic of his concurring opinion. 

The Supreme Court's Cloud-Computing Confusion
The justices issue two very different decisions on two very similar technologies
June 26, 2014

The justices issue two very different decisions on two very similar technologies.

The Supreme Court Thinks You're Better Off Paying $150/Month for Cable
The depressing takeaway of the Aereo decision
June 25, 2014

A smart service is sacrificed before corporate interests.

Even Justice Scalia Recognizes Climate Change Is a Huge Problem
And he was willing to legislate from the bench to fix it
June 24, 2014

And he was willing to legislate from the bench to fix it.

Maybe the Supreme Court Isn't as Pro-Gun as We Thought
Justice Kennedy rejects an audacious new NRA argument
June 16, 2014

Justice Kennedy rejects an audacious new NRA argument.

The Supreme Court Gives a Subtle Boost to Free Speech
A Secret Service ruling isn't the setback it may seem
May 28, 2014

A Secret Service ruling isn't the setback it may seem.

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