Politics

Here's One Way to Attract Minority Voters

Respect their rights as citizens.

Should 16-Year-Olds Vote?

A Washington suburb's proposal to let teenagers vote is a great idea.

Gay-Marriage Opponents, Left Behind

This week outside the Supreme Court, the anti-marriage crowd is confronted with a future they don't recognize.

Not Fun to Visit, and You Wouldn't Want to Live There. But the Taxes Are Low!

A conservative think tank ranks freedom in the 50 states and comes up with some troubling results.

Falling Through the Looking Glass

At the Supreme Court yesterday, the justices struggled to disentangle two radically different universes.

Cops Gone Wild

Bad cops will keep sexually assaulting women they’re sworn to protect until we get stronger laws and better data on the number of victims.

Cops Gone Wild

Bad cops will keep sexually assaulting women they’re sworn to protect until we get stronger laws and better data on the number of victims.

States' Rights > Gay Rights

The Supreme Court may strike down Prop. 8 and DOMA—just not in the name of marriage equality.

Oppressed Christians and Second-Class Citizenship

Having people tell you you're wrong may not be fun, but it doesn't make you oppressed.

Government Monopolies Even Liberals Can't Love

Should the government be in the booze business?

Dissecting Donglegate

Sexism in tech isn't just a nuisance to women; it makes it harder for women to function at their jobs.

Asked and Answered

Once unthinkable, the question of whether same-sex couples have a right to marry answers itself.

Ringside Seat: To Rule or Not to Rule?

After today's oral arguments, it's unclear whether the Court will make any ruling on Prop 8.

Ringside Seat: To Rule or Not to Rule?

After today's oral arguments, it's unclear whether the Court will make any ruling on Prop 8.

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