On the sidewalks of Dearborn, Michigan, Christians need to be able to practice their faith too.
It will be a mark of failed Republican leadership if a confirmation vote on Sonia Sotomayor occurs before the August recess.
With the Sotomayor nomination comes an old question: Is the U.S. Constitution a "living document"?
A columnist's call for Republicans to grow up gets a response.
An ideological selection clearly less business friendly than the justice she replaces.
The code word that justifies identity politics, raw judicial power, and, of course, liberalism.
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act was an ingenious solution in 1965. Its extension in 2006 was mere political expediency. Now the Supreme Court must decide whether that extension was also constitutional.
In a novel approach, the iowa supremes claim to speak for a whole new generation.
The press hailed it as a victory for patients -- but in the end they're the ones who'll end up paying.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is no longer about white versus black, but about red versus blue.