SCOTUS wants to see anti-discrimination laws applied without religious bias.
After the state ends a lawsuit over a transgender celebration cake, the customer files her own civil claim.
Some students at the University of the Arts want the firebrand feminist fired. Where did they get the idea they should be picking faculty?
Molly Jong-Fast, Phillip Klein, Rachel Lears, and Jaime Kirchick also join on channel 121 from 9-12 am ET. Call in to heckle at 1-877-974-7487!
Does current precedent forbidding discrimination on the basis of sex-based stereotypes apply here?
Paul Cadmus's Herrin Massacre is "The Painting Our Art Critic Can't Stop Thinking About." If only he'd thought harder.
A fight in England between educators and Muslims shows the need for more school choice, not control.
A state-level decision against the property owner shows the limits of the Supreme Court's wedding cake ruling.
But is it actually even needed?
Trump Is Continuing Obama's Opposition to Other Countries' Anti-Gay Laws. This, Somehow, Has LGBT Leaders Angry
President George W. Bush was once attacked by the same people for rejecting the very same policy.
On Monday, a federal appeals court considered Grindr's guilt in a case involving app-based impersonators.
His 16-year-old blog posts are completely irrelevant to his testimony on the minimum wage.
Yet under Chinese law, some rapists get only three years behind bars.
Justices are being asked yet again to argue about wedding cakes and whether the Civil Rights Act covers discrimination against gay and transgender people.
No, a baker cannot be compelled to "support gay marriage" with frosting.
State Department Demands Spouses of Gay Diplomats, U.N. Staff Get Legally Married to Visit—Even if They Can't
An absurdly petty intersection of anti-gay and anti-foreigner policies.
A ban on gay sex dated back to 1861, when India was ruled by the British.
This 7-2 ruling is more about Colorado's biased enforcement of discrimination law than freedom of expression.
How prosperity, AIDS, and pop culture changed people's minds
The MSNBC host kind of sucked on gay issues 10 years ago. So did most Democratic moderates.
Stop trying to draft me as a data point for your federal lobbying efforts.
Workplace Discrimination Against Gays Is Covered Under the Civil Rights Act, Says a Second Federal Court
A third court disagrees. The Supreme Court had the chance to take on the case to resolve the conflict, but it declined.
Eugene Volokh runs the most important legal blog in the country. Here's his take on gay wedding cakes, free speech, and President Trump's judicial appointments.
Lower courts are split on whether sex-based protections cover orientation.
How to think about gay wedding cakes, Fourth Amendment rights, and whether the federal government can ban sports betting. Plus: How will Neil Gorsuch vote?
This is a clear-cut case of unconstitutional compelled speech with an easy verdict.
Masterpiece is the first such case to make it to the justices.
Public accommodation laws clash with freedom of religion and compelled speech.
Here's What Happens When You Accuse Michael Moynihan of Being in Denial About NAMBLA Because Maybe He's Gay
A Fifth Column shoutfest with former Daily Caller opinion editor Rob Mariani, who was recently bounced for publishing Milo Yiannopoulos
Nearly two-thirds give a thumb's up, but Parliament still needs to act.
Businesses shouldn't have to serve those who offend them.
This country has a long history of protections for freedom of conscience.
Sessions Releases Guidance on Protecting Religious Freedom; LGBT Groups Fear 'Permission to Discriminate'
Mostly, memo reiterates what religious freedom protections mean.
A tale of two parliaments
"It's illegal," the actor says, explaining why a gay relationship between a 17-year-old and a 24-year-old is indecent.
Trump administration argues the First Amendment protects right to decline.
Brief argues custom-made cakes, flowers are expressive acts protected by First Amendment.
The law must be followed, even if breaking the law actually makes people safer.