The hypocrisy is off the charts now. Republicans clearly have no more interest in democracy.
Roberts was being an arrogant ass and got the brutal slap down he deserved.
Trump's celebration of a Supreme Court decision that wasn't really a decision shows again he knows nothing about the American government.
Filibustering Trump's far right nominee is what the Democratic base wants and it sets up a lose-lose scenario for Republicans.
Republicans are on the brink of stealing the Court and that cannot be allowed.
Republicans can see the future and they're not in it.
This is extremely unfortunate for the millions of families who are looking for relief.
Bernie won't make gun control a Supreme Court litmus test, but it gets worse.
Roland Martin speaks the truth, and other Sunday show highlights.
And everybody else is too mad at Obama for doing a totally brilliant thing. Take a freaking deep breath, people.
The Supreme Court announced today its decision to hear the case of King v. Burwell, which challenges the Affordable Care Act's insurance subsidies, claiming that the law doesn't explicitly define the federal government's role in offering premium assistance to roughly five million lower income families.
Perfect for the social media age, yes?
Leave it to George Takei, man of Facebook and Star Trek icon to sum up the astonishing Supreme Court decision that ruled corporations get to make health care decisions for women.
It might be tempting to view the court's decision in Harris v. Quinn as minor victory on a bad day, but the case that threatened to destroy public unions is as clear an example as any that this is why you must always vote.
The Supreme Court dealt a blow in favor of free speech but it comes at the expense of women who don't want to be harassed as they enter reproductive health clinics.
The Supreme Court hands privacy advocates a huge victory while alluding to all of the potentially embarrassing things that can be found on a cell phone.
Happy Thursday! Just a few deep breaths and stiff drinks away from Friday! Here's what's happening on the interweb:
Campaign fundraising is really complicated issue. Or at least, it appears to be very complicated. Somehow, what seems to be a very simple concept -- that money is the dirty part of politics and it probably should have the most oversight and regulation -- has gotten really confusing, to the point that all rhetoric has resorted to the equivalent of political gaslighting.
The US Supreme Court has struck down a key part of a landmark Civil Rights-era electoral law designed to protect minority voters. By a margin of 5-4, the justices quashed section 4 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.