US Supreme Court
A good day at the Supreme Court
A startling admission at same-sex marriage hearing
From friends of the Court: the truth about “born that way”
| 28 April 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
Just the facts, ma’am: rebutting the false ‘inevitability’ narrative
The change in attitude to same-sex marriage has been enormous, says a Supreme Court judge. Really?
From friends of the Court: overseas voices
| 27 April 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
What you need to know about marriage and the US Supreme Court
What would Abe have said about same-sex marriage?
The logic of the legal arguments for same-sex marriage are remarkably similar to those for the judicial imposition of slavery nationwide.
US Supreme Court to tackle same-sex marriage
| 19 January 2015 | FEATURES |
We need to know more about the effects of legalisation.
Supreme Court decision will lead to gay marriage in five states
Ryan T. Anderson
| 08 October 2014 | CONJUGALITY |
What the Supreme Court did (and didn’t do) to religious freedom last week
It's hardly a threat to civil liberties.
Why Hobby Lobby is not about women’s health
Health insurance shouldn't revolve around sexual behavior and reproductive capacity.
Supreme Court rules on prayer before public meetings
On birth control women do not speak with one voice
US v. Windsor: a pit stop, not the finish line
James S. Cole
| 01 July 2013 | FEATURES |
The murky reasoning of the Supreme Court suggests that it is searching for reasons to justify imposing "gay marriage" on states which have not already legalized it.
Supreme Court marriage rulings shift American government tradition
We have always been a nation whose government serves by the consent of the governed, with separate and enumerated powers, states’ rights, rule of law and all that. Things have been ‘evolving,' in popular parlance. With the Supreme Court rulings on marriage this week, we got a paradigm shift from self-government to ‘the tyranny of the majority,’ though that needs clarification to understand the meaning of “majority”, the way most of the language we’re using these days could benefit from clarification.
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