Voters already have to swear, on penalty of perjury, that they are citizens when registering.
We don’t think that word means what they think it means.
Marriage equality is the law of the land.
The Supreme Court doesn’t have a Twitter account, but the blog that covers them does. And they know how to use it.
Two big wins at the Court yesterday. Are more on the way?
There’s defying logic, and then there’s flipping logic the bird and insulting its mother.
No matter what happens in King v. Burwell, Republicans lose.
The Census Bureau doesn’t know exactly how many eligible voters there are.
Two Texans are arguing that illegal immigrants are diluting their voting power.
Reading the tea leaves based on each justice’s questions, comments and concerns on marriage equality.
A few things to keep in mind as the Court hears Obergefell vs. Hodges.
If marriage equality were a bill in the Senate, it would break a GOP filibuster. That’s a big deal.
Because discrimination is bad business.