The link between Bostock v. Clayton County and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina
It's still the economy, stupid.
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If passed, same-sex couples wouldn’t need to worry about Supreme Court precedents.
United States of America Pageants Has First Amendment Right To Exclude Transgender Women, Court Says
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Michigan Bill Could Mean Life in Prison for Parents or Docs Who Allow Gender Transition Treatment for Minors
Under H.B. 6454, prescribing puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones would be treated as a more severe form of child abuse than starving or abandoning a kid.
A genuine surprise: Politicians prioritize a bill’s possible success over partisan campaign signaling.
Despite State Injunctions, Parents Say Texas Is Still Investigating Trans Kids for Potential 'Abuse'
When it comes to gender identity issues, some conservatives make a mockery of liberty and parental rights.
A compromise to protect religious freedom may bring on more Republican support.
The lesson here: Public health messaging needs to be clear and specific. Oh, and federal bureaucracy sucks, as usual.
This is a clear attempt by the administration to tamp down on opinions the adults don't like.
How do you justify government speech mandates? Apparently, you deliberately pretend that businesses have no right to control the messages they choose to present.
Good public health messaging must be comprehensible, accurate, and actionable.
They're trying to pressure the federal government into getting organized about vaccines.
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.
Amazon's decision to stop selling the book shows the pressure platforms are under to reject speech that doesn't conform to progressive orthodoxy.
The risk of broad and overcautious policies is one we should take more seriously.
The book may never achieve the cultural recognition of some other top censorship targets, but the fight over I Am Jazz symbolizes America's trans moral panic.
Alabama's attorney general argues such medical transitioning is not rooted in America’s history and therefore not constitutionally protected.
Angela Pence is running against the controversial Republican congresswoman, but first she has to clear Georgia's anticompetitive ballot access requirements.
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.
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The Secret City author explains how panic about homosexuality led to discrimination, bad policy, and, eventually, freedom.
Charter schools are included in the mandate that students use facilities of their birth sex, regardless of what students and families might want.
Netflix’s latest LGBT hit would absolutely be appropriate to show in any Florida high school, or anywhere else.
Three state residents argue a new state law eliminating Disney's self-governing status unfairly makes taxpayers responsible for over $1 billion of the company's debt.
Gorsuch just penned an important pro-LGBT decision two years ago. Americans are largely not interested in relitigating this issue.
Another proposed ban shows the true motivations of the culture war.
A judge's blistering dissent is a reminder that this issue does not have to be a partisan one.
Culture war conservatism leads to less private industry freedom for the pettiest of reasons.
Somebody tell Tim James that his political party actually supports school choice.
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It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
Palm Springs officials aren't off the hook for questionable decisions, but the spending isn't what it looks like.
For most of the past decade-plus, those complaining the loudest about corporate participation in politics have been Democrats.