Displaying the Ten Commandments on public grounds in Oklahoma is unconstitutional. Again.
The court threw out the Department of Labor’s six-rule test in favor of the “primary beneficiary” approach.
The love that dare not speak its name has become the Energizer Bunny of court victories. It keeps going and going.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania will issue a ruling today on whether the state gay marriage ban is constitutional.
Last night a federal court struck down Michigan’s gay marriage ban, the 14th such victory since US v. Windsor.
Politically and strategically, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Windsor is appearing more brilliant by the day.
Brilliant, and funny as hell. I’d never seen Imran Khan before, he’s great.
Sure, your Internet provider shouldn’t charge you for down time, but should you be able to get damages?