Everyone knows we’re getting gay married in June. ALL OF US. The Supreme Court heard the last desperate gasp of bigots sputtering “tradition” and “the children” and “boo hoo” in April, and assuming Justice Antonin Scalia fails to persuade...Show More Summary
If you're interested in theater, the Supreme Court, or both, check out this new play about Justice Antonin Scalia.
Chief Justice John Roberts wondered aloud if the court could "force churches and religious leaders to preside over a homosexual wedding that, when taken as a whole, would offend their moral conscience." And Justice Antonin Scalia mused...Show More Summary
Over the past week, rightie talker Glenn Beck, conservative US Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia, and GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush,to name just three, have all floated the idea that pastors and priests and ministerial whathaveyas will all have to...
Conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is again raising conservative media talking points in court, advancing the debunked idea that the definition of marriage has remained unchanged for a "millennia." On April 28, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Obergefell v. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Two current Supreme Court justices stand out to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), who is almost certain to launch his campaign for president in the next several months. Speaking at the conservative National Review Institute's...Show More Summary
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin blasted Antonin Scalia in a Tuesday column for The New Yorker, after the conservative Supreme Court justice cracked a joke during the oral arguments regarding the same-sex "marriage" cases. Toobin asserted...Show More Summary
Fox News' Special Report cherry-picked Justice Antonin Scalia's religious freedom concerns from the Supreme Court's oral arguments on constitutional protections for same-sex marriage to question whether clergy may "be required to conduct...Show More Summary
It wasn’t a demonstrator warning that gay marriage would result in “burning in hell” that was so upsetting. It was Justice Antonin Scalia’s reaction, as Jeffrey Toobin writes: In the quiet moment after the man was removed, as his shouts vanished into the hallway, Justice Antonin Scalia filled the silence with a quip. “It was rather [...]
Yesterday Think Progress reporter Ivan Volsky asked demonstrators at the Supreme Court what they would say if stuck in an elevator with Justice Antonin Scalia.
During arguments over gay marriage on Tuesday morning, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made an astonishing assertion. If states are required to permit gay marriage, he argued, a minister of a faith that believes...
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – As Justice Antonin Scalia weighed in on same-sex marriage at the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg interrupted the proceedings by announcing, “Someone wake me up when...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court is hearing a huge fight over gay marriage on Tuesday, and two of the court's conservative justices had tough questions for opponents of same-sex marriage. During arguments over same-sex marriage bans in four states, Chief Justice John Roberts had an interesting hypothetical question for lawyers arguing for those bans. Show More Summary
Laverne Cox met Justice Antonin Scalia at the White House Correspondents Dinner over the weekend. Chipotle is removing GMOs from its food. First poster for Orange is the New Black season 3 released. Clinton Foundation CEO Maura Pally apologizes. "So...
Allen Clifton: Let me list a few numbers for everyone: 78, 80, 80, 83. Those are the ages that Supreme Court Justices Stephen Breyer, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy and Ruth Bader Ginsberg will be when the next president is sworn in, respectively. Show More Summary
This may come as a surprise, but women in our country are not guaranteed equal rights under our Constitution. It's as simple as that. Just ask Supreme Court Justice,Antonin Scalia. He confirmed this fact by saying to the California Lawyer in 2011 that "Certainly the Constitution does not require discrimination on the basis of sex. Show More Summary
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is “almost always correct,” writes Antonin Scalia #TIME100 http://t.co/NIu4Mbijdh pic.twitter.com/5mg6nIV9M4 — TIME.com (@TIME) April 17, 2015 Maybe you noticed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s signature...Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was celebrated in Time Magazine's list of "The 100 Most Influential People," joining the ranks of such notable figures as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), author Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie, dancer...Show More Summary
A once-popular religious freedom law is now seen as license to discriminate. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia once warned that too much religious freedom would be “courting anarchy.” This week, his prophecy came true—at least onShow More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia loves the theater. The high court’s curmudgeonly conservative digs Shakespeare. Can’t get enough opera. But one show he hasn’t taken in? The play about him, now showing at Arena Stage. “The Originalist,” which blends actual passages from Nino’s opinions with a fictional plot involving two law clerks, is drawing crowds (it was […]