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How Justice Kennedy Fell for a Right-Wing Meme

How Justice Kennedy Fell for a Right-Wing Meme

It’s been less than three years since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the land, in a stirring, spotlight-grabbing decision handed down by Justice Anthony Kennedy. And yet,
Justice Kennedy seems to doubt the legitimacy of gay identity

Justice Kennedy seems to doubt the legitimacy of gay identity

Justice Anthony Kennedy has been the swing vote, and not coincidentally the author, of the Supreme Court’s four big gay rights decisions over the past three decades. But in oral arguments Tuesday for
The overlooked line that let us know how Justice Kennedy really feels about homophobes

The overlooked line that let us know how Justice Kennedy really feels about homophobes

There’s an easy-to-forget line in Obergefell v. Hodges, Justice Anthony Kennedy’s landmark opinion declaring marriage equality the law of the land. Opposition to same-sex marriage, Kennedy writes,

Ex-‘Apprentice’ Contestant, Trump Face Off Over Defamation Lawsuit

President Donald Trump says he's too busy to deal with a defamation lawsuit brought by a former "Apprentice" contestant who accused him of sexual misconduct.
Doug Jones: Alabama Christians Should Be ‘Truly Christian in the Same Way I Am’

Doug Jones: Alabama Christians Should Be ‘Truly Christian in the Same Way I Am’

Alabama Senate Democratic candidate Doug Jones says he does not know if he can reassure Alabamians that he will protect their religious freedom and their culture, because if they are not Christian in
Frank Gaffney: ‘We’re Going to Have an Embassy and Government that Recognize the Capital of Israel, What a Concept!’

Frank Gaffney: ‘We’re Going to Have an Embassy and Government that Recognize the Capital of Israel, What a Concept!’

Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss President Trump’s decision to formally recognize Jerusalem as the

Supreme Court Justices Grill ACLU and Colorado in Christian Baker’s Case

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case over whether cake artist Jack Phillips can be... Read More The post Supreme Court
Is Masterpiece Cakeshop about free speech or freedom of religion?

Is Masterpiece Cakeshop about free speech or freedom of religion?

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And now come the calls for Clarence Thomas to step down

And now come the calls for Clarence Thomas to step down

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Here’s what the Supreme Court’s “gay wedding cake” case is actually a fight about

Here’s what the Supreme Court’s “gay wedding cake” case is actually a fight about

It feels like this case should have already been resolved, but for some reason it’s made its way to the top of…
Why the Gay Wedding Cake Supreme Court Case Is So Important

Why the Gay Wedding Cake Supreme Court Case Is So Important

An expert explains the potentially far-reaching implications of the court's most prominent case this term.

‘Scalia Speaks’: Remembering the Late Judge Through His Speeches

“This is just an important way to get dad’s ideas into as many people’s hands and minds and hearts as possible after his death,” says... Read More The post ‘Scalia Speaks’: Remembering the Late Judge
Why a Gay-Themed Wedding Cake (and What the Supreme Court Says About It) Matters to Your Business

Why a Gay-Themed Wedding Cake (and What the Supreme Court Says About It) Matters to Your Business

The Supreme Court began hearing arguments this week in what could be a landmark civil rights case.

The Supreme Court of Canada just made it harder for police to read your texts

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled on when and how police can read your texts. In R. v. Marakah, the country’s highest court ruled on Friday that both the sender and the receiver of a one-to-one

Flow chart: What happens next to Trump’s travel ban?

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court decided to temporarily uphold the US government’s third version of a travel ban, which prohibits people of certain nationalities…
Supreme Court Grants DOJ’s Request, Temporarily Halts Lower Courts on DACA

Supreme Court Grants DOJ’s Request, Temporarily Halts Lower Courts on DACA

The Supreme Court temporarily blocked lower court orders late on Friday that would have forced disclosure of legally protected government documents—possibly involving President Donald Trump—regarding
EXCLUSIVE – Roy Moore: I Will Bring Alabama Values – American Values – to D.C.

EXCLUSIVE – Roy Moore: I Will Bring Alabama Values – American Values – to D.C.

Speaking in an exclusive interview less than 48-hours before election day, Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore affirmed that a vote for him is a vote for “Alabama values,” which he described as

Legal Pot Is Coming to California in January. What Do You Want To Know?

You may have heard: Legal weed is coming to the Golden State. In November 2016, California passed Prop 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, making it legal for any adult over the magical age of 21

The Supreme Court hits pause on gay and lesbian rights

For the second time in a week, the Supreme Court signaled on Monday that it may no longer be a friendly place for victims of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The Court announced

The Senate is about to confirm a judge who would supercharge religious attacks on science

On Monday, the Senate voted along party lines to advance Leonard Grasz, a staunchly conservative religious activist whom Donald Trump nominated to a federal appeals court. The American Bar Association