We can appreciate the full import of Gorsuch’s position on the Supreme Court only by analyzing his written orders and decisions.
Playwright Robert Schenkkan sounds the alarm about a scenario he says “absolutely” could come to pass in the United States.
Judge Neil Gorsuch made a statement Tuesday at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing that even he couldn't have believed.
The host of The Young Turks has some advice for the opposition on aggressively questioning President Trump's Supreme Court pick about money in politics.
In this week’s episode of “Informed Rant,” host Joshua Scheer interviews three guests on an array of contemporary political issues.
There's been a good deal of chatter about a "rigged election" in recent months, and that's not simply trumped-up spin. Corruption of the voting process involves broad restrictions on the power of citizens to choose their leaders.
Top 10 Senate races see record spending from outside groups, which are free to accept unlimited donations and sometimes are able to conceal their funders from the public.
If Hillary Clinton is serious about reducing the role of money in politics, she should appoint Supreme Court justices willing to revisit two cases from the 1970s that formed the basis of our inability to regulate money in politics.
Of all the candidates, the Green Party nominee would move the judicial branch in the most progressive direction as president. But the sobering reality is that she has the least prospect of doing so.