Who Deserves Religious Liberty?What Ross Douthat gets wrong about the Hobby Lobby and gay wedding photography cases.
The Devastating, Sneaky Genius of John Roberts’ OpinionsHis McCutcheon decision pretends to be mild but then wrecks what remains of campaign-finance law.
Die Another DayThe Supreme Court takes a big step closer to gutting the last bits of campaign finance reform.
So, You Missed Oral Argument … AGAIN?Oral arguments in the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case in four minutes of video.
The Big, Bad FreezeThe Supreme Court just made it easier for the government to take your assets before you even go to trial.
The Supreme Court’s Conservatives Had a Chance to Gut Class-Action Lawsuits Forever. Why Didn’t They Take It?
Uncivil Damages American victims of Palestinian terrorism are suing a Chinese bank. Israel is trying to stop them.
Justice Roberts Hearts BillionairesThe chief either doesn’t believe, or doesn’t care, that money corrupts politics.
The Shame of “Equitable Sharing”How local cops are still colluding with the feds to seize pot-related assets—even in states with legal marijuana.
The Yemenis at GuantánamoCatching up with Salim Hamdan, the “lucky” Yemeni who managed to leave the prison.
Getting the History RightTracking the real history of corporate rights in American constitutional thought.
In Defense of Religious LibertyAnti-gay bills and the Hobby Lobby case have given religious rights a bad name. But they’re still important to fight for.
“Procedures Involving Gravely Immoral Practices”What the religious right really thinks of birth control.
Guilt by AssociationSenate blocks Obama’s pick to head the civil rights division because he’s fought for civil rights.
The Definitive Case for Ending Solitary ConfinementThe practice is impractical as well as immoral. It harms prisoners, costs too much, and leads to more crime.
“You Got to Come Up With That Money or You Are Going to Jail”How privatizing probation hurts the poor.