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David Barton, an influential conservative activist who helped write the Republican Party’s 2012 platform, argues that the Bible opposes the minimum wage, unions and collective bargaining, estate taxes, capital gains taxes, and progressive...
Anti-gay activists are incensed that the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by a New Mexico photographer who violated the state’s anti-discrimination laws, and the American Decency Association is citing the case as proof that the United...
PFAW members engage in a telebriefing and Q&A on the McCutcheon case.
If only the courts were as solicitous of the right to vote in elections as they are of the right to purchase them.
In a week in which the Supreme Court turned a blind eye to the reality of money corrupting politics, a story out of Arizona provides a clear example of the insidious influence of the private prison industry and its campaign contributions. ...
This post originally appeared on the People For blog. Chief Justice Roberts caps his opinion in McCutcheon v. FEC by waxing eloquently about the need to ensure that elected officials are responsive to the people. This and other cases have described...
Chief Justice Roberts waxes eloquent about responsiveness to constituents in an opinion about responsiveness to non-constituents.
This post originally appeared on the People For blog. The Supreme Court's McCutcheon opinion, released this morning, is another 5-4 body blow to our democracy. To justify striking down limits that cap aggregate campaign contributions during a...
The American people should have the power to prevent government of, by, and for the wealthy.
Eagle Forum’s Virginia Armstrong, who leads the group’s Court Watch Project, writes in a “Court Watch briefing” today that the Supreme Court’s recent decisions on the Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8 have...
Crowds of activists and advocacy groups gathered outside while the Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in the Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Inc. case. Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not shy away from asking...
In a radio bulletin yesterday about today’s Supreme Court hearing on Hobby Lobby’s challenge to Obamacare’s contraception mandate, Fox News commentator Todd Starnes said that the case really presents a choice between Obamacare and...
Artificial, for-profit corporations are now claiming to have religious liberty rights.
A case dismissal leaves intact a damaging lower court opinion whose questionable validity prompted the dismissal.
The Roberts Court will let the GOP leader participate in oral arguments in a constitutional case that his party's obstruction engendered.
The Justices will address if for-profit corporations have religious liberty rights, and if the ACA violates the religious liberty rights of certain company owners.
In coming up with a scary hypothetical regarding the limits of congressional authority, Scalia turns to marriage equality.
The Court won't review an Oklahoma court's ruling striking down limitations on how women can use medications to terminate early pregnancies.
Leading Iowa religious right figures Bob Vander Plaats and Steve Deace got together on American Family Radio today to discuss potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates and how they can move them even further to the right, as they did in 2012...
Victims of Argentina's "dirty war" may be prevented from suing a corporate giant whose subsidiary collaborated in human rights abuses.
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