During Monday night's broadcast of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly discussed the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision with fellow Fox News host Megyn Kelly.
The Supreme Court ought to be protecting democracy. Like the other branches of the government, it answers to the people
Hillary Clinton demonstrated why the Hobby Lobby ruling might turn out to be the GOP's worst nightmare, by ripping and mocking the High Court's decision.
Male conservative members of the media, as well as Republican men in office, decided to act like a bunch of adolescent jerks after SCOTUS made the announcement and released the decision.
As Republicans celebrate, congressional Democrats are fighting back with a statement that said in part, "If the Supreme Court isn't willing to protect women's rights, House Democrats will."
Binders Full of Women will get out the vote this fall. They will keep voting until this travesty is put to rest. Thanks, SCOTUS, for waking up the women of America.
There is a relatively large contingent of disgruntled citizens who seriously hate this country with a passion, and yet instead of fleeing America for their concept of Utopia, are Hell-bent on transforming America into a land Europeans emigrating to America sought to escape.
This abomination masquerading as legislation is precisely what the religious right and career criminals have dreamt of throughout their pathetic lives.
The image of the big plantation tobacco farmer is inextricably linked to the Republican Party, and as long ago as 1998, GOP leadership began to understand that the inflow of lobbyist funds was not worth the long-term PR hassle.
In Missouri this week, Republicans moved forward another measure to nullify federal gun laws.
If Arizona Republicans are successful a new bill will give any Arizonan the right to break any law with impunity if it is in the name of religion.
Right wing Christians define their right to practice religion as forcing compliance of their beliefs on the rest of the population, and the religious right is counting on the judiciary to achieve their goals.
This is 21st century America and absurdity borne of religion is on the ascendance and on the cusp of legally policing morality.
The problem is that if corporations have Freedom of Religion, its employers lose their Freedom of Religion
As we approach the end of 2013, it seems that Court may decide to undertake another key case in the New Year that will provide it with an opportunity to reverse its gradual and unconscionable determination that the Bill of Rights extends to DBAs.
Conservative Christian business owners are appealing to other conservative Christians on the Supreme Court to grant them religious immunity from adhering to a federal law.
The judicial system has become a partisan tool of corporations and Republicans to impose theocratic law on women.
At issue is whether a secular corporation with no business relationship or involvement in a religion can be considered religious and force its employees to follow the corporation's religious beliefs.
With no religious, economic, and scientific justification for denying women the right to choose their reproductive health, it is obvious the Republican's goal is exerting control over women.
The 39th President and devout Christian addressed a human rights event and lashed out at all religious doctrines that contribute to political leaders passively accepting violence against women.