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little sisters of the poor

The Supreme Court’s ruling this morning in Zubik v. Burwell kicks the can down the road on religious liberty in the United States and substantially...
loretta lynch

In the past month, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory dug himself a very deep political hole and then crawled into it when he, with an...
Limited government

Assuming that today’s New York Primary is indicative of the ultimate outcome of the presidential race in both major parties, America’s choice in November is...
war criminals

It's been a bad few days for war criminals and a good few days for the elusive concept of justice. On March 21, the International Criminal Court...
147 FBI Agents

Does it really take 147 FBI agents to find out whether Hillary Clinton and her aides broke the law? The scoop from the Los Angeles...
abortion

Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case of Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole, which pits abortion providers in Texas against the...
Sandoval

How badly does President Obama want to be able to choose his third Supreme Court justice? If you believe the rumors being floated in Washington...
SCOTUS

As the nation paid tribute to the late Justice Antonin Scalia, liberals appear to be licking their chops for a fight with Republicans over whether...
Scalia

With the sudden passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, the United States has lost a great justice and a Great Dissenter. The Supreme Court has known...
coal

Yesterday, in a ruling that surprised many legal experts, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay that blocked the federal government from implementing a series...
Hillary Clinton

When it comes to her ever-unfolding email scandal, seems that Hillary Clinton’s priorities have shifted. In the early autumn of 2015, when it seemed as though...
drinking age

The 1980’s was a very good decade in American history. The economy expanded prodigiously, inflation — the biggest economic problem of the previous decade —...