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  • No Standard

    "For this reason a man shall leave his father and his mother, and be joined to his wife; and they shall become one flesh." -- Genesis 2:24, NIV The problem for people who believe in an Authority higher even than the Constitution is that in our...
  • The sound of inevitability

    Given his track record on marital fidelity, former President Bill Clinton is not the person I would consult about "committed, loving relationships." Clinton used those words in a Washington Post op-ed last week, urging the Supreme Court to overturn the...
  • A&E Rolls Out 'Duck Dynasty' Mobile Gaming App

    A&E has found a new way to cash in on its bearded men, partnering with Red Interactive Agency for a "Duck Dynasty" iOS game. "Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards" challenges fans of the redneck reality juggernaut to master the day-to-day tasks and...
  • Letters: The devil and Scalia

    Re "Scalia the 'originalist' holds court on his views," Oct. 13 Oh, wow: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is even more scary than I realized. He implied that a reporter who was apparently surprised that Scalia believes in the devil is "out of...
  • Legal dilemma: The lawyer of their choice

    Federal law allows the government to seize the ill-gotten gains of convicted drug dealers and other criminals, which is fair enough. But the law also permits prosecutors to freeze allegedly tainted assets of defendants who haven't yet been tried, in...
  • Legislative extortion constitutional — and still dumb

     Legislative extortion constitutional — and still dumb
    Michael Ernest is correct when he says in his letter ("Democrats are to blame for the government shutdown," Oct. 15), that "It is a fact that House members have the right to make such spending decisions." Similarly, the president of the United States...
  • Supreme Court's decisions rattle its credibility

    The Supreme Court's mixed bag of decisions in the session's final days, particularly on voting rights and same-sex marriage, seized the nation's headlines but did little to bolster its own clarity or credibility. Interested non-lawyers were left...
  • A murk called law

    One of the great justices of the U.S. Supreme Court -- yes, there was a time when the court had great justices -- once said of the court: "We are not final because we are infallible, but we are infallible only because we are final." --Robert H. Jackson....
  • Racial entitlement?

    One day, many years ago, I was working in my college bookstore when this guy walks in wearing a T-shirt. "White Power," it said. I was chatting with a friend, Cathy Duncan, and what happened next was as smooth as if we had rehearsed it. All at once, she'...
  • High school football: a dangerous game [Commentary]

    High school football: a dangerous game [Commentary]
    An Arizona high school football player's death this month from a traumatic brain injury follows a report that says a "culture of resistance" in youth sports prevents many players from reporting concussions — and many parents, coaches and school...
  • 1993 religious freedom act is at heart of contraception case

    1993 religious freedom act is at heart of contraception case
    WASHINGTON — When the Supreme Court confronted the case of Native Americans who were fired for smoking an illegal drug during a religious ceremony, Justice Antonin Scalia called a halt to granting religious exemptions under the Constitution's...