CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield delivered same-sex marriage coverage this morning from outside the Stonewall Inn, only to have her live shot quickly abbreviated thanks to a boisterous man who repeatedly hollered, “ABOUT FUCKING TIME! ABOUT FUCKING TIME!”
There is a now-familiar ritual performed by liberal commentators and journalists following Supreme Court decisions that go their way: The praising of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s blistering dissents.
Hell yes: the Supreme Court has struck down all federal bans on same-sex marriage. What a beautiful day for basic common sense, civil rights, and human dignity. The vote was 5-4.
Major League Baseball is breathing a huge sigh of relief after a federal appeals court upheld a broad scope of the league's exemption from federal antitrust law on Thursday. But the league's win comes at a high price for the Oakland A's—and adds to the literal shitstorm the A's are in at the old and dilapidated…
You may never hear from Mo'ne Davis again. But even so, she and her teammates have already accomplished something amazing: They've taken back the name "Taney" from history's shit list. In a wonderful stroke of ironic resonance, the name that now evokes a mixed-race, inner-city little league team that made a lot of…
The Supreme Court's biggest decision of the term is here. In the cases known as Hobby Lobby, they've ruled 5-4 that closely held corporations need not provide contraceptive coverage because it would substantially burden them under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Justice Alito wrote the majority opinion.
Huge news out of DC this morning, as the Supreme Court overturned a ruling that would have given the NFL an effective antitrust exemption. Let's look at what this means for the sporting landscape.
How does he know? He saw it in person. Dude's old as dirt, and he's still never seen the Cubbies win it all.
Good news for everyone who likes the fantasy baseball; the Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case filed by MLB (and the Players Association) that would require independent vendors to pay for the use of their statistics.