The decision has shaken my faith in our legal system.
Supreme Court justice praises women on the court who came before her
Fisher v. University of Texas challenges racial preferences in higher education
Pa. Court rules voters can cast ballots without ID - Philadelphia Inquirer
ID unnecessary for Nov. 6 election, says court
Case is widely hailed as the most important case the Court has agreed to hear thus far in the new term
Video: One Vote Stands Between You and Your Rights - National Shooting Sports Foundation
The past two Second Amendment decisions have been decided by one vote.
The liberal justices almost never break rank on big cases.
The states can choose not to implement the law.
‘What I have not decided is whether or not it’s better to call it a tax or a mandate’
Why Chief Justice Roberts’s Obamacare tax argument is incoherent.
Liberal NY congressman ‘pleasantly surprised that Justice Roberts rose to the occasion and transcended politics’
Grassroots activists must pressure elected officials to fight the law.
28 percent of voters now say that the court is doing a poor job, Rasmussen poll finds
‘If justices want to be political, then they shouldn’t serve for life because the American people deserve better than this’
Scott Rasmussen discusses the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on the health care law
The liberal Supreme Court justices almost never vote against their politics, but the conservative ones frequently do.
‘It’s not really a tax, it’s catch up’
The demise of structural analysis in politics is a fundamental problem that extends far beyond five justices’ health care decision.
Last week the Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s immigration law, which grants broad powers to local law enforcement.