SCOTUS

The Government Shouldn't Be Forced to Put "Jerusalem, Israel" in U.S. Passports
April 21, 2014

But it's up to the Supreme Court to settle the debate.

John Roberts Didn't Kill Campaign Finance Rules. Modern Politics Did.
April 04, 2014

If you were a political billionaire, would you rather give $5,200 to every candidate, or spend endlessly advertising some partisan issue?

The Stunning Chutzpah of the Supreme Court's New Elimination of Campaign Contribution Limits
April 02, 2014

Once the horse is out of the barn, why not let out the cows, too?

From the Stacks: Andrew Sullivan on Gay Culture
June 26, 2013

Back in 1989, Andrew Sullivan looked at an issue not unlike the ones decided upon by the Supreme Court today: the right of a gay man to remain in his deceased partner’s apartment.

Affirmative, Sir! (And Ma'am!)
The U.S. military needs affirmative action now more than ever

By not striking down the University of Texas’s affirmative action program on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court seemed to preserve some legal room for using racial and gender preferences to create diversity in public education.

This Father's Day, a Reason to Celebrate
June 15, 2013

Does Father’s Day seem silly to you? You’re not the only person who feels that way. And you’re certainly not the first.

The Laughable Argument Against Gay Marriage
The Supreme Court justices will eventually have to reckon with 'responsible procreation'
March 26, 2013

The Supreme Court justices will eventually have to reckon with 'responsible procreation.'

"Until this generation of people dies out."
Think the Voting Rights Act is outdated? Come to South Carolina.
February 27, 2013

Think the Voting Rights Act is outdated? Come to South Carolina.