At some point, the Fourth of July must return to being a day we remember why Americans believe in self-evident truths and self-government.
Love is love, except when a person loves their God and follows the tenets of their faith, evidently.
After last week’s ruling, the Supreme Court is now fully, openly a political institution.
A call for ending tax exemptions for churches and religious institutions is a call to close them down—or at least to plunder them of their property.
The Federalist hosts a roundup of reactions to the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage legalization in Friday’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision.
The Supreme Court ruled today that same-sex marriage will be legal in all 50 states, and the Internet totally lost it.
The last ten years of same-sex marriage laws in Canada and other nations show redefining marriage undermines freedom of speech and conscience, parent rights, and good home lives for children.
The Supreme Court’s gay marriage opinion is a mess. John Roberts’ dissent, though, is pure gold. Here are 11 quotes that blow the majority opinion away.
The Supreme Court ruled this morning in a 5-4 opinion drafted by Justice Anthony Kennedy that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage.
Forget judicial review. After King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court is here to be a partisan rubber stamp.
The Supreme Court’s disparate impact decision is way worse than its Obamacare decision.
Today is the anniversary of a previous Supreme Court gay marriage decision, United States v. Windsor.
A new book chronicles the court case that may be decisive when the Supreme Court rules on the question of gay marriage.
The Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell affirms a philosophy of governance fundamentally at odds with the meaning and purpose of the U.S. Constitution.
“Pure applesauce,” “For its next defense of the indefensible,” “Perhaps sensing dismal failure of its efforts,” “interpretive jiggery-pokery,” “I dissent.”
In a scathing dissent in the King v. Burwell case, Justice Antonin Scalia suggested that Obamacare should just be referred to as “SCOTUScare.”
Dolezal claimed that her artwork was removed from a 2001 exhibition by Howard University personnel in order to make room for artwork from black students.
The North Carolina legislature voted to override the veto of a bill which allows magistrates and clerks to recuse themselves from performing marriages.
How the Obama administration has handled Obamacare is at odds with fundamental American concepts like rule of law and separation of powers. The Supreme Court should see that in King v. Burwell.
LGBT activists plan to blanket the country with laws that, behind the fig leaf of ‘anti-discrimination,’ will give the state the power to police speech and behaviors.
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