Three executive orders, including two that were adjusted. Nine injunctions. Two United States Supreme Court cases. Those are the numbers behind the litigation...

The United States Supreme Court issued a 7-2 ruling on June 4 in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to design and bake a wedding cake for a gay couple....

Candidates running for the Mississippi Supreme Court District 3 Place 1 will speak and answer questions from the public. The forum will be hosted by the...

Social conservatives can’t seem to mind their own business. Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court heard the beginning of oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby...

More than 50 years after Brown v. Board of Education, our country has failed to realize the goals set forth in the landmark Supreme Court case. Increasingly,...

To be honest, at first, I didn’t want to see “12 Years a Slave.” “It would just be too tough to watch,” I told myself. I finally saw it. Was...

In my article last week, I wrote a bit on nullification. For a quick refresher on my previous points: 1. Historians and legal scholars, including what’s...

Do you remember when our state representative Jeff Smith coauthored a bill for a nullification committee? We, and several other states, followed Idaho...

After the recent Supreme Court decision striking down the formula in the Voting Rights Act, numerous states that had been under preclearance announced...

On Sunday, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy denied a bid from Proposition 8 supporters to halt gay marriages that had become legal in California,...