The plot thickens in the fight for women’s reproductive rights. The Supreme Court is at it again, this time with Contraception. The "Hobby Lobby" decision comes less than a week after another blow to women's healthcare options.
The Supreme Court's recent ruling on McCullen v. Coakley is not only wrong, it has potentially created a danger for women seeking out services for reproductive rights.
A decision in the case titled Riley v. California came out yesterday with a victory for David Riley and for the rest of us. The case decided whether the police may, without a warrant, search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual who has been arrested.
Christopher Lopez died on a cold concrete floor of a prison cell at San Carlos Correctional Facility. He did not die alone in his cell, but in front of several guards that deemed his unresponsive state a behavioral problem. Only Mr. Lopez was not being uncooperative, he was experiencing a serious medical event.
In the wake of Elliot Rodger's lethal and misogynistic rampage #YesAllWomen began trending on twitter. Powerful statements have been made about the horrors women regularly experience. It was eye-opening. Naturally, it was immediately attacked by the boorish and hateful.
As corporate activity has infected the process of incarceration, it is clear that the market dictates that the supply of prisoners be constant and ever-increasing.
Monica Lewinsky is breaking her silence about her scandalous affair with President Bill Clinton in a self-written essay for Vanity Fair magazine. The magazine hits the stand May 13, but it has already set off a firestorm from both Republicans and Democrats.
I want to hold a real conversation regarding the use of marijuana and whether or not it is too “harmful” to be legal. We have to discuss the notion of what harm intoxicants can inflict, and whether or not certain intoxicants earn more scorn than necessary.
Today President Obama will be giving the keynote address at the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, Texas. An event that will commemorate one of the landmark pieces of legislation in the battle against discrimination, the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Todd Kincannon is the former Executive Director of the South Carolina GOP. His specialty is shooting down gays, blacks, Asians, and women in 140 characters or less armed with only his twitter account.
Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in a case titled Hall v. Florida. At issue in this case is Freddie Lee Hall, who was sentenced to death, but also deemed to be mentally retarded.