The Supreme Court’s recent decision to broadly interpret the Fair Housing Act is clearly a victory for civil rights. But why hasn’t the Supreme Court applied the same rationale to the death penalty?
Goodlatted\ denies that there is a need for protections against discrimination in today’s voting system.
Those wishing to blame Obama’s recent executive actions granting relief from deportation to certain immigrants who are here illegally should look elsewhere.
The Supreme Court’s decision Friday does not usher in an era of marriage “equality.” Rather, it ushers in an era of marriage irrelevancy, at least in a legal sense.
Obama’s political career does appear driven by some need to heal the world.
Without an effort to control the cost of healthcare, taxpayers will suffer an increasing burden.
Expect Tehran to demand concessions about PMOI members in Camp Liberty, Iraq, held in prison-like circumstances for the Iranian regime.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a politician who doesn’t oppose corporate welfare on the campaign trail.
These issues must be addressed, or those campaigning to close Ex-Im will “own” the job losses that will certainly follow.
Registered nurses witness firsthand what happens to Americans who can’t afford health insurance.