A Prayer for LiberalsWhy are some liberals conceding that it's their fault for objecting to legislative prayer?
Let Us PrayThe Supreme Court gives its blessing for prayer at town meetings. Get ready for a lot more Jesus in your life.
Finally, a Judge Calls Shaken Baby Diagnosis an “Article of Faith”And frees Jennifer Del Prete, who was sentenced for murder 10 years ago.
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.
Majority RulesAmericans now get to decide which religions we want to protect. Guess which one will always win?
The Gay Marriage Case That Makes No SenseNo, North Carolina does not make it a crime for a minister to perform a same-sex wedding.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Talking About RaceDeep inside the Supreme Court’s affirmative action decision lies a fight about how we speak about race in America.
OK, Michigan Can Ban Affirmative ActionBut does that really mean race no longer matters, as the Supreme Court’s conservatives say?
Rotten AppleI won’t buy another iPhone or Mac until the company pays its fair share of taxes. Care to join me?
From Demon Weed to God’s PlantHow five pot-farming brothers are leading Colorado’s evangelicals toward embracing marijuana legalization.
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.