She’s exactly the kind of judge corporate donors support.
Antonin Scalia had his flaws, but he did recognize the power of the Notorious RBG.
A ruling by a federal appellate court may spark the next big LGBTQ battle at the nation’s highest court.
Longtime bureaucrats are stepping into the limelight to protest the president.
A federal appeals court revisits the suit of an Indiana teacher who says she was fired for being gay.
Justices Alito and Thomas seem to care more about judicial process than they do about justice.
Also, BJ the Chicago Kid remains a south-sider in the Los Angeles music scene.
A federal court has ruled BDSM unprotected by our constitutional rights. Plus: an apt safe word for this occasion.
As if such a thing exists.
Progressives now have no one adversary of sufficient skill and smarts to galvanize them.
Cruz has a way of insulting the people he works with that would place him firmly in the Scalia tradition.
Also, David Axelrod recounts an interesting encounter with the late Antonin Scalia, and shots are fired at snowplow driver on the west side.
Outrage is no longer a word that simply means what it means. It means it with an air of mockery.
An argument that Illinois needs a state guard just like the one in Texas.
It’s hot out. Make some granita.