So you’re a constitutional traditionalist. You want the government out of your business and into the business of “the gays,” and you especially don’t want to pay your taxes.
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Despite ever-increasing number of people calling on her to resign, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg remains one of the U.S. Supreme Court's best jurists and one of the country's finest legal minds.
As someone who likes but is not particularly good at science, I like to live vicariously through my scientific-minded friends who can tell me all about their lab research and experimental designs.
One of the top political stories to come out of the past week was the resignation of Health and Human Services Department Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who led the rollout of the new health care marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act.
The premiere of AMC's "Mad Men"s' seventh season, "Time Zones" opens with a familiar face giving an uncharacteristically high-quality advertising pitch about a new brand of wristwatches: "It's not a time piece," he says. "It's a conversation piece."
The U.S. Supreme Court handed down its decision in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission last week, which eliminated the FEC's cap on individual campaign contributions that's been in place since the 1970s.
"The Good Wife" is often considered by fans and critics alike to be an "underrated" show, worthy of much more praise than the other TV shows on CBS. In fact, it's sometimes hard to reconcile the fact that CBS airs both "The Good Wife" and "Two and Half Men" (or similar swill) because of the vastly disparate caliber of such shows.
The "Millennials are ruining everything!" thinkpiece is a tired trope that never seems to go away. Nearly every major news outlet has run at least one column or essay lamenting the Millennial's work ethic, selfie habits, entitlement, apathy, sex lives, tendency to use the word "literally" when we really mean "figuratively" and more.
You've heard it before: college students are apathetic. The 18-to-24 age bracket just doesn't care what's going on. Millennials are lazy. Take your pick of the unflattering adjectives — we've been called much worse.
With the filing deadline for Arizona elections fast approaching, the race for Gov. Jan Brewer's successor is heating up.
On Feb. 20, the Arizona Legislature approved Senate Bill 1062, which sponsor Sen. Steve Yarbrough, R-Chandler, contends will expand the freedom of religion.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a particularly obscure rock, it’s highly likely that you’ve heard of the Netflix original series “House of Cards,” the second season of which recently started streaming. More than “The West Wing” or “Scandal,” if there’s ever been a show to outright encourage binge watching, it’s this one.
In the realm of women’s studies and feminist theory, the concepts of sexism, racism, classism and ableism, among others, are frequently discussed.
In 2012, the subject of birth control and health insurance was all the rage — and I mean it when I say “rage.”
When the news broke that former Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Curt Schilling had been diagnosed with cancer, I didn’t really know what to say.
Although the Harry Potter series has officially been over since 2007, or 2011, depending on how you look at it, the Harry Potter “fandom” is alive and well — or more accurately, has awoken from its slumber.
The State of the Union is the political junkie’s version of the Super Bowl and the Oscars combined. It's when the president fulfills his constitutional duty to inform Congress of the “state of the union” and announces his political agenda for the year. Here are the major points to take away from tonight's speech:
There’s something rotten in the U.S., and opinions vary on what that something might be.
In a surprising twist, Utah became one of the growing number of states in which same-sex marriage is not outright banned, but only after a federal district judge ruled on Dec. 20 that the state’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage violated the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.