Rolling Stone Magazine is reporting that SCOTUS justices met and prayed with representatives of The Liberty Counsel, an SPLC designated anti-LGBT hate group that also dabbles in anti-choice politics and cited an Amicus brief filed by them in their...
In a post last Saturday in Atlantic Magazine, columnist Adam Serwer described a Supreme Court Majority less interested in representing accurately our nation’s history and upholding precedent than attributing to the founders opinions and prejudices more likely to be...
Our political system is broken. This is a somewhat obvious statement to anyone who has seen a news broadcast or read a paper in the last seven years. But think about it a minute and let it sink in...
The originality and ingenuity of the activist response to the runaway train Roberts court in overturning Roe v Wade has been both personally gratifying, as well as inspirational. MSNBC reported tonight on the last remaining abortion clinic left in North...
Angst can frequently be channeled constructively. History is full of people who transmute their oppressive circumstances into something positive and uplifting. Louie Armstrong grew up in bleak poverty but he sang, "It's A Wonderful World" and you knew he...
Slate Magizine reporters Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern recently sat down to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on Kennedy v. Bremerton School District which was brought by a High School football coach who was placed on administrative leave...
When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was given the honorary title of Notorious RBG, she loved it, it made her an official badass. Justice Ginsburg was what, 5'1", and 90 lbs in a soaking wet terry robe. But she carried the mantle beautifully. But...
There is little doubt that Clarence Thomas’ confirmation hearing in 1991 was an epic ordeal for all the main actors of that proceeding. Soon to be Justice Thomas and his wife Ginni had to listen to Anita Hill, a subordinate...
Greg Abbott really doesn't need this shit. Once upon a time, life was good. He had a war chest that looked like the gross national product from a 3rd world country, and a 14 point lead on an opponent...
Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Linda Greenhouse, in today’s N.Y. Times, filets Samuel Alito’s Opinion in yesterday’s Supreme Court decision that effectively ended, for many women, autonomy over their own bodies, and does so with a devastating critique of his...

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