The judicial opinions in New Jersey requiring that same-sex couples be provided civil union benefits sure has made same-sex marriage unpopular.
Adam Liptak had a couple of articles this weekend discussing arguments made by Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The first refers to Ginsburg’s oft-cited (at least by opponents and centrist critics of Roe) c
Jeffrey Rosen tries to spin the narrow passage of Prop 8 into a triumph for his prediction that In Re: Marriage would instigate a massive backlash, and he’s no more persuasive than McArdle. The
My prediction that someone would argue that Prop 8 “lends credence to the claims that litigation tends to produce a disproportionate backlash” has been proven correct by Megan McArdle. A f
Opposition to the California Proposition seeking to eliminate the right of same-sex couples to marry and restore them to second-class citizenship continues to grow, with 55% planning to vote no and ju
Peter Beinart gets plenty of criticism for being wrong about the Iraq War, but in fairness he’s been wrong about other things too. For example, when the New York courts declined to rule that the
An outraged California populace has reacted to the Outrageous Judicial Activism of their unaccountable unelected state court. As you remember, the court, with only the support of other unrepresentativ
Glenn Reynolds: CALIFORNIA’S SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN the state’s ban on gay marriages. Did it just hand the state to McCain? No. This has been easy answers to stupid questions. Although