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Steve Warren asked Supreme Court to make the right decision on the Prop 8 and DOMA cases they heard last month, and had a few choice words for Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
After this week’s Supreme Court hearings on same-sex marriage, and to illustrate what it means to be in a skim milk marriage, let’s examine a real-life hypothetical.
Today Justice Antonin Scalia claimed Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act represents the “perpetuation of racial entitlement” during Supreme Court oral arguments.
The son of Justice Scalia was a chaplain at an “ex-gay” Catholic ministry, and Justice Scalia, it turns out, doesn’t believe in gay people, only gay behavior.
George Takei says Justice Scalia should consider recusing himself from the two same-sex marriage cases the Court will hear this term because of his “clearly biased.”
Senator Lindsey Graham last night used polygamy and murder to define the boundaries of the “debate” on same-sex marriage, a wholly unacceptable manner of framing.
Justice Antonin Scalia has been talking recently about the issue of same-sex marriage, even days after the Court announced it will hear two marriage cases this term.
Duncan Hosie calls Scalia’s remarks surrounding same-sex marriage and intimate relations “absurd,” after the Supreme Court justice responded to him at Princeton.
2012 may be the most important presidential election of your lifetime. Rarely has either campaign spoken the three most important words: The Supreme Court.
A Harvard constitutional law professor writing in the New York Times predicts the U.S. Supreme Court will strike down DOMA, if the court takes the case this term.
Antonin Scalia, possibly the most extreme conservative Supreme Court justice, says it is “easy” to outlaw same-sex marriage — which he calls “homosexual sodomy.”
The 2012 presidential, House, and Senate elections all come down to one big, huge, life-changing, generation-affecting issue: who sits on the Supreme Court and which way it leans.
Major changes within the LGBT community, including the resignation of HRC’s Joe Solmonese, remind us that now is a good time to re-examine The Dallas Principles.
Despite the Americans with Disabilities Act, police throwing to the ground a wheelchair rider proves discrimination, not dignity, for the disabled.
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