Temporary victory for contraceptive mandate opponents
What’s really scary is that four Justices were ready to turn the First Amendment on its head.
A victory for the chain could open up reams of lawsuits about the religious identity of corporations.
Little Sisters of the Poor agree
If the GOP can capture the Senate, they can run out the clock on Obama until 2016
Insurance companies can’t just magically make things free.
‘The Sisters believe that doing that violates their faith’
‘The government has lots of ways to deliver contraceptives to people — it doesn’t need to force nuns to participate’
Attorney general defending judge’s ruling to overturn constitutional amendment
Author: ‘Dumbing down the courts has a real impact on our lives’
‘The worst case confirmation lasted a little more than half as long as the average D.C. Circuit Court for Bush.’
‘I don’t think the taxpayers got ripped off, personally’
Newest justices speak more frequently than predecessors, may swing the court to the left
On November 2, Hispanic Republicans picked up five House seats, two governorships and one Senate seat.
The GOP, the presumed bastion of white males, has fielded one of the most impressive arrays of women and minority candidates in US history.
Democrats are desperate to blame others for their unpopularity. One Democrat, Rep. Peter DeFazio, is blaming Chief Justice Roberts.
D’Souza defends his thesis that President Obama is driven by the anti-colonial dreams of his father
During the new term, the court will look at provocative anti-gay protests at military funerals and a California law banning the sale of violent video games to children
Disruptions at the funerals of fallen heroes by the Westboro ‘Baptist Church’ is among several high-profile cases to be scrutinized by the justices
Clears the way for the state’s first execution of a woman in nearly a century