The Supreme Court sided 7-2 with bakers who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. But did Masterpiece Cakeshop get off on a technicality?
Should poor people have to sit through a sermon to get a hot meal? A new Trump policy might make it so.
The larger impact of the Supreme Court’s ruling on sports betting is yet to be seen.
Suing terrorists does not compensate victims nor deter future terrorism.
Most experts regard Toscanini as the greatest conductor of the twentieth century — but few know that he stood up to the Nazis.
The pendulum in the courts has swung from ignoring the rights of religious minorities to allowing groups to evade laws they do not like.
The United States Supreme Court recently gave its stamp of approval to a heartless policy — but Justice Breyer’s dissent was legendary.
Billy Graham gained fame as an evangelist — one preaching Fundamentalism, who sought to convert so-called lost souls to Christianity.