SCOTUS

Scalia’s death helped unions — until we join him

The overdue death of Antonin Scalia increased the chances that progressives Sandy…

 

Pride Photo Gallery: Supreme Court rules same-sex marriage legal

Folks rejoice at the foot of a massive rainbow flag hung from…

 

Supreme Court upholds nationwide health care law subsidies

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide tax subsidies underpinning President…

 

Gay marriage ruling draws sober response in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — A crowd gathered at City Hall applauded the news…

Will justices take note of new gay marriage laws?

Three U.S. states and three countries have approved same-sex unions just in…

Did Tucson shooting victim who threatened the life of Arizona Tea Party head have a serious criminal history?

Anthony Martin, a blogger at Examiner.com, does some digging and turns up…

Obama legal adviser confirms he wrote letter trashing Sotomayor, tries to backtrack from criticism

Yesterday, I blogged about the disclosure of a letter from one of…

Top liberal law prof advised Obama not to pick ‘bully’ Sonia Sotomayor

One wonders how Ed Whelan of the Ethics and Public Policy Center…

Brown to vote ‘no’ on Kagan

Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., announced Thursday he will vote against the nomination…

SCOTUS v. John Brennan

Let’s revisit for a moment John Brennan’s remarks at the Nixon Center…

SCOTUS kills Arizona welfare for politicians

Arizona’s “Clean Elections” act punished privately-funded candidates by rendering their fundraising moot…

Aschroft: U.S. courts system inadequate for fight against terrorism

The federal courts are not the place to try suspected terrorists, argued…

Strong Supreme Court precedent in support of Arizona immigration law

On Monday, the ACLU announced a lawsuit challenging the Arizona illegal immigration…

Questions surround Kagan's handling of White House eco-terrorist controversy

In 1995 and 1996, future Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was involved…

Is the Federal mandate to buy heath insurance Constitutional?

It is not without a sense of amusement that we see that…

Executive compensation makes it to the Supreme Court

Even for free-market types, there is such a thing as getting paid…