What is Wrong with the New Right of Marriage? Obergefell v. Hodges
The laudable ideals of due process and equality have been commandeered by five members of the Supreme Court to remake, in their own image, the oldest and most fundamental institution —marriage.
How the Supreme Court should decide the same-sex union cases
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear four cases involving the issue of same-sex unions.
Obama drops plan to tax college savings plan
Obama dropped the assault on so-called “529 plans.”
Has the president exceeded his authority on immigration?
Was Obama’s executive action constitutional?
Obamacare on the defensive once again
When Jonathan Adler testified before a House subcommittee, he had no idea that his analysis could bring that gigantic piece of legislation to the Supreme Court for yet another review.
Conflict between the circuits: Gay marriage back on the Supreme Court’s table
It is likely that the Supreme Court will abide by its own rules and accept one or more of the traditional marriage/same-sex union cases for review.
What’s ahead for the Supreme Court after it refuses the gay marriage question?
The Supreme Court should end this silence and hear petitions requesting certiorari.
Supreme Court slows Obamacare’s abortion agenda
It’s a blow to pro-choice advocates who painted opposition to the mandate as a women’s rights issue.
Obama appointments nixed
All nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court agreed with the outcome in NLRB v. Canning.
Being ‘offended’ does not constitute an ‘establishment’ of religion
The Supreme Court and Elmbrook School District.