A decade ago, President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the latest legislative effort to close the persistent gap between how much women and men earn. Here’s why it hasn’t made much of a difference.
— The Trump White House is unprecedented in how it telegraphs the President’s intentions across social media. But the volume of these tweets means it can be vulnerable to a single point of failure. These tweets also make it increasingly hard to separate the signal from the sound. Strong proclamations are sometimes forgotten within a…
After the church’s 10-day social media fast edict, the majority of folks probably will have already voted in areas where the church has influence, given how popular vote-by-mail has become.
An invitation to all male graduates of Yale University to stand together in solidarity.
What can we do that is extreme and powerful that will matter?
The Supreme Court Kavanaugh nomination and investigation sham.
The echoed message to survivors that their life-altering sexual assault only matters to them.
Political niceties and correctness won’t work. It’s time to get rough & tough!
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is no stranger to the Supreme Court nomination process.
Justice Neil Gorsuch’s appointment to the Supreme Court last year rocked the judicial world, but it was the announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement on June 27 that could reshape American politics.
Why was a child returned to the United States in a child abduction case based on the order of the Japanese Supreme Court?
Supreme Court Splits, Loan Regulations Retired, and President Pushes DOJ
Although most of the attention paid to the Supreme Court of late has focused on new Justice Neil Gorsuch, the arguably most popular member of the high bench is getting her own movie.
The rule of law of a once strong Republic now seems to be at the whims of those in charge.
Neil Gorsuch made his way to the Supreme Court under curious circumstances, and he’s fighting an uphill battle to earn Social’s respect.
The impact of a case about public funding for resurfacing will probably reach well beyond playgrounds.