Progressives shouldn’t join anti-Muslim activists in asserting wild outcomes from Indiana’s new religious freedom law.
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy plans to ban travel to Indiana over that state’s religious freedom law. Nobody told Malloy about his own state’s RFRA.
You’ve got questions: How do RFRAs work? Why is everyone so mad about Indiana’s? Do religious freedom protections hurt gays? We’ve got answers.
Planet Fitness’s decision to let transgender men shower alongside women discriminates against some customers. That’s fine.
People on both sides of the gay marriage debate reveal the argument for the other side that keeps them up at night.
Lifetime appointments have failed their intended purpose of ensuring judicial independence.
Hillary Clinton’s foundation says the money Algeria gave it was for a charitable cause, not favorable treatment. But plenty of bribes are given as charity.
Justice Kennedy’s swing vote in King v. Burwell may hinge on whether Obamacare’s authors intended to screw states that refused to set up health-care exchanges.
The Supreme Court justices considering King v. Burwell’s Obamacare case should take note of this famous example of textualism’s merits.
The question in today’s Supreme Court case, King v. Burwell, is whether laws mean whatever the president wants them to mean.
Last year’s predawn raids against Wisconsin conservatives and subsequent legal harassment from prosecutors suggest a police state.
The Senate should not give up its ability to check presidential power by refusing to confirm unfit appointees like Loretta Lynch.
Even if some American founders meant for all branches of government to weigh in on a law’s constitutionality, legal precedent since has made the Supreme Court its final arbiter.
To say that the Supreme Court is the final arbiter of the U.S. Constitution overthrows constitutionalism itself
Would-be president Mike Huckabee doesn’t understand the Constitution.
The Supreme Court upheld similar applications of religious freedom in cases with very different vote margins. Why?
The New York Times hopes the Supreme Court will rule broadly in favor of same-sex marriage and that this will end debate on the issue. That’s ridiculous.
Virginia is for corrupt governors. Bob McDonnell is facing 10 years of prison. But why isn’t Mark Warner being prosecuted for dangling a federal judgeship?
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