Six Things Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Hates About America
October 07, 2013
Antonin Scalia, why do you hate America?
Antonin Scalia's Favorite Supreme Court Justices
October 06, 2013
Antonin Scalia believes in the Devil, suspects some of his friends are homosexual, and thinks that ladies who use the "F-word" are sadly symptomatic of a coarsened culture.
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.
July 28, 2013
Libertarianism has won over the Supreme Court's conservatives.
What Paula Deen Could Teach John Roberts
July 01, 2013
The Supreme Court says the South is different now. Paula Deen's meltdown tells a different story.
Retirement with dignity was denied to core provisions of the Voting Rights Act. If ever a statute rose to iconic status, a super-statute amid a world of ordinary legislation, it was the Voting Rights Act.
As a Long-Term Political Issue, Gay Marriage Will Be More Like Abortion than Integration
June 27, 2013
Why same-sex unions will continue to polarize
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.
When Breaking News Threatens To Break Ankles, Too
June 26, 2013
With the Supreme Court scheduled to release its most anticipated rulings this week, CNN’s embarrassingly wrong interpretation of the Court's Obamacare ruling a year ago was fresh in reporters’ minds.
The last time the Supreme Court took a crack at affirmative action was ten years ago, in Gratz v. Bollinger and Grutter v. Bollinger. Grutter and Gratz left a trail of confused logic and irrelevancy.