Category Archives: Supreme Court

Corporations aren’t people; neither are governments

“Corporations aren’t people! They don’t have rights! They’re lifeless entities!” I hear this argument often by people who claim government has the authority to limit corporate contributions to political campaigns (never will they consider limiting the power given to an … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court’s decision on contraceptive mandate

Hearing of the¬†Supreme Court’s ruling against the Affordable Care Act‘s contraception mandate should have left me in an optimistic mood¬†– at least that’s what I’ve been told and will be told in emails from conservative organizations and publications. But I’m … Continue reading

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