In Bostock v. Clayton County, Justice Gorsuch rewrote Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include sexual orientation and transgender status.
Magical thinking replaces jurisprudence at the Supreme Court.
Lessons for Congress from the Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock v. Clayton County
The Court should have had the decency to admit what it was doing.
Gorsuch claims to be making a textualist argument.
Today’s Supreme Court ruling is an opportunity to consider what the future might hold for religious Americans.
More from Justice Alito’s dissent.
The Court should rule in favor of the funeral home.
We are not a rule-of-law society. We just pretend to be. In a rule-of-law society, a mob would not gather on the steps of the courthouse in the first place.
The zealous enforcers of our nation’s norms will surely take a pass on getting outraged by this, or even noting it.