Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s surprise ousting of a top House Democrat raises urgent questions for a party desperate for power.
Some on the left have already called the Supreme Court’s ruling an endorsement of discrimination. But people who make such accusations clearly didn’t read either the original executive order or the court’s opinion.
Dodging the question doesn’t make it go away: Did Hillary Clinton, dozens of Democratic Party officials, and hundreds of liberal mega-donors break the law?
The Canadian attorney general issued a nationwide warrant to catch a man who distributed 3,000 provocative fliers at an event where others proudly wore silhouettes of Christ on their crotches.
Janus v. AFSCME caps a Supreme Court term that is surprisingly of the moment, given how long cases take to make their way to the court.
Our cultural elites treat opposition to same-sex marriage as beyond the bounds of reasonable discourse. But three years’ more experience only reinforce that it’s a legal and cultural mistake.
Democrats are trying to use Mitch McConnell’s 2016 political maneuvering against him, saying that the Senate should halt the nomination process until after the election.
Voters do like the idea of ‘protections for people with pre-existing conditions’ in the abstract. But when pressed, they express significant qualms about the trade-offs.
Paul Manafort must now stand trial on multiple counts of filing false income tax returns, failing to file reports of foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.
Even Americans who call themselves pro-choice can celebrate the court’s decision to protect a woman’s freedom to choose motherhood.
‘Oh my g-d,’ one man says in audio of the moment the news broke inside a Democratic National Committee meeting. A woman can be heard moaning in the background.
In a statement today, Anthony Kennedy said he’s stepping down ‘to spend more time with’ his family, even though ‘his family was willing for him to continue to serve.’
It’s still early in the Trump era, and we really have no idea how it will all turn out. But to this point, the Constitution is winning.
Pretending things that make us uncomfortable never happened isn’t going to make America better, or make American children more informed.
The court ruled that forcing government employees to pay union dues violates the First Amendment.
The plaintiffs in Trump v. Hawaii would have the Supreme Court invent a principle that the president’s powers are reduced when he says nasty things.
This habit of seeing Islam through a narrow lens reinforces the likelihood that the Washington memo pushing for Islamic reformation is a significant strategy. It won’t work as planned.
The majority opinion in NIFLA provides crisis pregnancy centers a nearly impenetrable protection from government interference with their pro-life message.
Now that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave a restaurant out of the owner’s ‘moral conviction,’ some say it’s time to ‘go low’ and ‘fight dirty.’
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