A shaggy roadtrip comedy set against the backdrop of late 1990s right-wing family values politics fails to come together.
"The opportunity to think for ourselves and to express those thoughts freely is among our most cherished liberties," Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the majority opinion.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
Coleman Hughes and Walter Olson: The Supreme Court Got Its Affirmative Action and Gay Website Cases Right
Contra Joe Biden, they argue that these recent rulings show respect for individual rights and concern for racial and sexual minorities.
While same-sex marriage was already protected under federal law, that protection was afforded by the Supreme Court, not Congress.
A website designer asks SCOTUS to let her eschew work that contradicts her opposition to gay marriage.
A million hypotheticals bloom in arguments over when and where the government may compel speech.
This isn't something radical. It basically just affirms a status quo supported by the polls.
Congress should not forget that they can legislate in response to Supreme Court rulings.
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If passed, same-sex couples wouldn’t need to worry about Supreme Court precedents.
Senators Reach Bipartisan Deal to Pass Respect for Marriage Act Protecting Right to Same-Sex Marriage
The deal includes several amendments to the original draft legislation that are unlikely to have much substantive effect.
A genuine surprise: Politicians prioritize a bill’s possible success over partisan campaign signaling.
A compromise to protect religious freedom may bring on more Republican support.
How do you justify government speech mandates? Apparently, you deliberately pretend that businesses have no right to control the messages they choose to present.
A prominent academic expert on both same-sex marriage and full faith and credit weighs in.
Marco Rubio Says He Won't Vote To Eliminate the Defense of Marriage Act, But His Explanation Makes No Sense
Rubio says states should decide marriage laws, but DOMA is a federal law that overruled state regulation.
Passing an actual law is a good and proper way of enshrining recognition.
The conservative majority's commitments on contraception, sexual intimacy, and same-sex marriage
The other justices declined to join him, but the future of the Supreme Court rulings on those matters remains unclear.
You’d think drag brunches are why we’re paying $6 a gallon for gas.
The Secret City author explains how panic about homosexuality led to discrimination, bad policy, and, eventually, freedom.
Politico Symposium on Broader Implications of the Leaked Supreme Court Opinion Overruling Roe v. Wade
Various experts, including co-blogger Josh Blackman and myself, discuss whether the draft opinion would threaten other constitutional rights, if adopted by the Court.
Gorsuch just penned an important pro-LGBT decision two years ago. Americans are largely not interested in relitigating this issue.
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Will this follow-up to the famous wedding cake case finally decide if this is mandated speech violating the First Amendment?
There's No Constitutional Right to Interracial (or Same-Sex) Marriage, Says the Architect of the Texas "Heartbeat Bill"
It's the one amicus brief supporting Mississippi's abortion restriction that takes a wrecking ball to the Supreme Court's fundamental-rights precedents
For the most part, supporters of Mississippi's abortion ban in the Supreme Court are steering clear of Obergefell
Trump's critics fault him for fomenting division. The left's efforts to drive people of faith from the public square are making the problem worse.
We've come a long way, baby. Don't let anybody try to convince you otherwise.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to landmark the longtime home of gay rights activists Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin.
Drawn from William Eskridge and Christopher Riano's comprehensive new book on the subject.
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