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Roe v. Wade didn’t fall in one day. It collapsed over a decade of change.

The impact of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade: a deep dive into the conservative efforts and the rise of a new America.

303 Creative Is not a Win for Free Speech and Religious Liberty

The expansion of the concept of speech to include everything from donating money to wearing a shirt to burning a flag is weakening enforcement of the First Amendment. If everything is speech, nothing is speech.

SCOTUS Rejects Student Loan Forgiveness, Makes College Even Less Affordable

To be fair, the student loan forgiveness plan did not simply erase all a person’s debt, only a portion. However, when one is looking at a student loan debt of $38,000 or more, a $10,000 reduction is significant.

Supreme Court rules for Hobby Lobby

The Supreme Court on Monday (June 30) sided with the evangelical owners of Hobby Lobby Stores Inc., ruling 5-4 that the arts-and-crafts chain does not have to offer insurance for types of birth control that conflict with company owners’ religious beliefs.

Tweeting about the death of DOMA

Everyone in the Spokane area, and nationwide, has a different view on the DOMA ruling. Here are some of those reactions.

POLL: As Supreme Court hears arguments on gay marriage, where do you stand?

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments regarding same-sex marriage this week.
People are citeing religion as an influence shaping their position.

Thoughts on SCOTUS hearings

UDPATE March 27,10:21 a.m.:

Yesterday, one of the Supreme Court Justices stated that the issue of racial inequality had to "perk" from 1898 to 1954. She went on to say that (maybe) the issue of gay marriage needs to perk a while longer.

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