Now that the court has ruled in favor of same sex marriage, what happens to those who disagree?
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Last week, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Constitutional right to same sex marriage. Christian colleges are questioning how they will be affected.
There are many important headlines dominating the news, but there is one in particular you should pay attention to. Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court released several opinions as it begins to close out its 2014-2015 session, but it still has 11 cases to go.
Don Lemon the host of CNN Tonight chimed in on a current debate of the culture of political correctness calling it dangerous.
The restriction on freedom of speech on college campuses seems to be an increasingly common occurrence.
The new Attorney General, Loretta Lynch has a reputation for battling political corruption, and now, an opportunity for justice has arisen. The IRS scandal might not be still dominating the headlines, but Ryan’s Thursday letter is a reminder that justice has still not been served.
Rick Santorum is not a new name in politics, but here are five things you probably do not know about the candidate.
This was supposed to be the year Obamacare’s state-based insurance exchanges would be self-sufficient. Are they?
“Understanding how capitalism has met our material needs is one thing, but as we more easily meet our material needs, we open up the ability to pursue all kinds of non-material values.”
As the next presidential election looms on the horizon, the differences between America’s two political parties will become even more unmistakable. Not only do the two political parties see issues which concern the American public differently, but how the parties prioritize the issues differs vastly as well.