U.S. Supreme Court
With everything else going in Washington, it's worth paying attention to the Court, it's where lasting and seismic change could take place.
America is a mature democracy now led by a president who may have bitten of more than he can chew. In this respect the nation
I feel politicians take for granted that the youth of today have a full comprehension of the political system and think it's important to spell out the implications of every decision made that will have a direct impact on the lives of the people they serve. So before you switch TV channels when you see this story on the news, maybe stop for a second and consider what it could mean in the long run.
Way back in 1984 when I was a little girl with no idea what my future held, the law took a wrong turn. A turn I was oblivious to, but one that would one day engulf my entire life for over eight and a half years.
As the first woman of colour to obtain this much coveted position, Justice Sotomayor is an inspiring trailblazer who bridges the gap between the Court and the public by staying connected with her communities: her beloved world.
NEW YORK -- After joyous tears outside the Supreme Court and triumphant flags at Pride events across the US, one might assume
The coinciding of Pride 2015 with the landmark equal marriage ruling by the US Supreme Court is a cause of celebration for many, and quite rightly too. However, the arguments used by radical liberationists to attack Pride, and equal marriage, betray both a deeply flawed understanding of the mindset of many LGBTQ* people in the West
NEW YORK -- Republican presidential candidates are still squirming over Friday’s Supreme Court ruling that made gay marriage
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee took the most strident tone decrying the Supreme Court for speaking “with a very divided
The minds of the Irish people have become inflamed by fiery debate on the issue of Marriage Equality. In two weeks, our country takes to the polls to vote on Marriage Equality, and should it pass, could make not only Irish history, but world history, by being the first country to legally enact it by popular vote.