When Colorado baker Jack Phillips declined to bake a cake for a gay wedding in July 2012, he probably didn’t foresee the magnitude of the legal battle that would erupt around him.
Enforcing republican liberty is not inconsistent with the idea that government should be neutral between controversial conceptions of the good.
In dishonorably surrendering to toxic politics, Arizona’s senior senator has sold his soul
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?
The troubled legacy of Scalia’s philosophy of constitutional “originalism”.
All presidential elections are important, but next year’s could decide to the future of the Supreme Court for decades to come.
Let us celebrate the uncommon valor of those who battled to make marriage equality the law of the land.
A lot of important events happened last week, but most of them didn’t have a whole lot to do with what President Obama did or didn’t do.
Caitlin Ebeling wants everyone to know that not all Christians are as the media currently depicts them.
The problem with a life of privilege is that after a while, equality for all starts to look like oppression. Neil Carter breaks down the new realities of the SCOTUS ruling on marriage.—The cheerleaders for Team Evangelical have gotten everyone worked up into a lather over the 5-4 victory for supporters of marriage equality, but I…
Marriage didn’t include me until SCOTUS changed everything (48 years ago)
Yes, the Supreme Court’s decision was historic, but we — as a nation — have much farther to go on the path to social justice.
What’s TRULY driving your politics and beliefs about gay marriage?
Marriage equality is now the law of the land. One of the Boys in the Burbs is baffled by it.
Marriage has always belonged to the people, which is why it was returned. It was always going to find its way back.
Something huge happened today, and a lot of people didn’t see it coming.