Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two cases challenging legal restrictions on same-sex marriage. Proponents and opponents sought to cudgel one another with sociological and psychological studies aiming to prove that science is on their side. In slightly different version of this article that originally appeared the Wall Street Journal's Ideas Market, Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey parses the data on same-sex marriage, divorce, children, and monogamy.
Gabbard has made ending American intervention abroad the defining issue of her campaign.
The celebrated law professor lost his position as faculty dean after students demanded his firing.
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That result "may strike some as unfair," the court says, but it's what state law required at the time.
“The Court usually reads statutes with a presumption of rationality and a presumption of constitutionality.”
A solid majority of congressmen, including 41 Republicans, voted for a spending rider that bars the Justice Department from interfering with the legalization of cannabis for medical or recreational use.