NPR released a new poll this morning of LVs concerning attitudes towards the ACA and the USSC decision. Briefly, a) there’s not much new here, and b) most of the interesting stuff is within th
Now that the constitutional questions regarding the ACA have been surprisingly determined, attention is shifting to the political implications that this has for November. I’ve built a little (
What is true of LGBT rights is also true of abortion; there’s essentially no difference between Roman Catholics and the population as a whole, church leadership notwithstanding.
To expand on Paul’s point below, there’s a long-running myth that the public reception to judicial opinions is based on the quality of their reasoning. One often hears that (in Ben W
I’m on the road so off the grid not infrequently, but I’ve settled down for a couple days in time to see the new Economist / YouGov poll on attitudes towards the proposed Cordoba House, an
I’ve been meaning to do a writeup about several recent books analyzing the Supreme Court in political context. As a prelude to my comments below, my short take on Barry Friedman’s book is
Ed Kilgore notes a new Gallup poll making clear what was always overwhelmingly likely — the widely-trumpeted May Gallup poll showing a significant “pro-life” majority was an outlier.
From John Sides. To recapitulate, there’s no reason to believe that there’s been a significant change in public opinion, and legal-with-marginal-restrictions — the Casey compromise &