Supreme Court doesn’t seem friendly
‘It’s the first freedom mentioned in the Bill of Rights’
‘Democratic support is trending in the opposite direction’
By eschewing modern trends of overexposure and utter transparency, the court has preserved a bit of mystery, and perhaps, even, some majesty,
Monopoly is a great game, but it’s a bad system of government.
Temporary victory for contraceptive mandate opponents
The HHS mandate was bad policy for women and families.
Now Hobby Lobby employees will have to resort to other forms of contraception
No more ‘legitimate’ religious freedom issues, apparently
It’s not just about religious freedom
He wants to win votes from young women in November
‘Put this in the loss column for public employee unions’
‘They don’t think their IUD is abortion, because it isn’t’
‘Corporations are not individuals that can have individual social liberty’
Data collection by Street View cars broke wiretapping law
‘She does not have to worry about them interfering with her family’
SCOTUS rules religious corps don’t have to provide contraception
‘There is an entirely separate, abridged edition of the First Amendment applicable to speech against abortion’
An assumption that executive overreaches are legal — even if this one isn’t — is dangerous.