As the Gorsuch nomination process is showing, the days of bipartisanship in America are over.
Neil Gorsuch's credentials are impeccable, his character and judicial temperament unassailable, and his reputation among peers is sterling.
Neil Gorsuch’s judicial philosophy, based heavily on natural law theory, was inspired by his intellectual mentor at Oxford University.
New Poll Shows a Frightening Percentage of Americans Can’t Name a Single Supreme Court Justice (See Graph)
A symptom of the increasing decline in civic and historical literacy?
It's a ringing endoresment.
The the future of the Supreme Court, and the U.S. constitutional system, hangs in the balance, writes Prof. Patrick Wiseman.
In the case Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the Supreme Court announced a 4-4 vote on March 29, 2016. The tie was due to the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. For teachers unions around the country it was a great victory that would have likely not happened. FDR likely would have been disappointed.
Jimmy Kimmel’s SCOTUS trolling segment is hilarious, but also a tad disturbing.
The Supreme Court wasn’t always the political power house that we know it today.
Perhaps it's time to pass fairness on to our teachers.
There's a lot to know about America's history.
Within weeks of the US Supreme Court decision to legalise same-sex marriage, polygamous families have sued to have their own relationships recognised as marriages.
Rebecca Friedrichs had a rude awakening as a young student teacher. Concerned about the physically abusive teacher in the class next door, she asked her own master teacher what they should do about the abuse.