In most of the cases it decides, the Supreme Court is what it presents itself as: a court of law. The justices apply preexisting rules and standards set forth, for example, in the Constitution and statutes passed by Congress, to a dizzying array of human and institutional behaviors. 808 more words
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I do not know when the SCOTUS will ever understand that they live in a different world. They and employers do not seem to understand that just because they killed off the unions does not mean we have a master-servant relationship. 41 more words
The decision reached by the court was that, regarding closely held corporations, “regulations promulgated by the Department of Health and Human Services requiring employers to provide their female employees with no-cost access to contraception violate the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. 1,416 more words
It is commonly said—or so Aardvark, who is hardly an expert in the subject, is given to understand—that “pregnancy” begins when a fertilized egg is implanted in the lining of the uterus. 318 more words
The best way to follow up a controversial post is with yet another, even more controversial post!
This was originally an essay I had written for Composition class, and I did pretty well I think. 1,722 more words