Supreme Court

A Reagan-Appointed Judge Weighed in for Same-Sex Marriage in Michigan
March 23, 2014

The Supreme Court can already hear the legal drumbeat on same-sex marriage.

Justice Ginsburg Is Wrong: She Should Step Down
December 18, 2013

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a great American.

Inside the Stunning Court Smackdown on NSA Spying
December 17, 2013

The fatal flaw in the Obama administration's defense of metadata collection.

Don't Rule Out the New Obamacare Court Challenges
December 06, 2013

Never say never: The Supreme Court is an unpredictable body.

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.

This Texas Law Could Be the Supreme Court's Next Big Abortion Case
November 05, 2013

On Friday, about one-third of the abortion clinics in Texas started calling women to cancel long-standing appointments and turning away panicked, crying patients who showed up at the door.

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.

Only One Person Can Make Ruth Bader Ginsburg Retire
October 10, 2013

The only two certainties in life are death and taxes (at least since the Supreme Court’s 1916 decision upholding the income tax).

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