‘He’s saying this for effect. He knows it’s offensive’
Jurist called Voting Rights Act reauthorization ‘perpetuation of racial entitlement’
City plans to destroy the games
Associate Supreme Court justices says intentions of the framers of the Constitution will have to be analyzed when it comes to potential firearm regulations
The outcome of the 2012 election could determine the direction of American constitutional law for decades to come.
‘They’re going to buy insurance later’
Alito, Thomas, Scalia and Roberts among the candidates’ favorites
A bloc of conservative Supreme Court justices may be all that stands in the way of Obamacare being implemented.
Why the statute led a jury to convict an innocent man.
Justice Antonin Scalia was in a car accident on Washington DC’s George Washington Parkway Tuesday
Democrats look to send a message to conservative judges Scalia and Thomas, who critics say have been too cozy with right-wing groups
OPINION: What Justice Scalia Got Right -- and What He Got Wrong -- About the Equal Protection Clause - Ricochet
Originalism may be a fine judicial philosophy but it requires a great attention to detail
John Yoo: The nation will have gay marriage in most states in the next few years, but that will be on questionable grounding if imposed by judicial fiat
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will address the newly formed House Tea Party Caucus
According to two witnesses, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia took fellow Justice Elena Kagan out for a lesson in skeet shooting
Alito to skip Obama’s next State of the Union
The Supreme Court reviews free speech rights in light of the anti-gay military protests of the Westboro Baptist Church
The author discusses how the days of the Moral Majority are gone and a new Christian politics is taking shape