Supreme Court

Nick on June 27th, 2013

The strangest thing happened Wednesday morning. My wife and I woke up next to each other in bed, snuggled together, and we both said, “I love you” which is the first thing we have said to each other every morning and the last thing we say to each other every night, just before we fall […]

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Nick Russell on October 7th, 2010

The Supreme Court is currently considering the case of Albert Snyder, who won a multi-million dollar judgment against the radical Westboro Baptist Church after the church’s congregation picketed at the funeral of his son,  Marine Lance Corporal Matthew Snyder, who was killed in action in Iraq. Even though Corporal Snyder was not gay, the church, […]

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Nick Russell on February 7th, 2010

In America, two states, Washington and Oregon, legally allow assisted suicides for terminally ill patients who choose to end their lives. 34 states have laws making assisting suicide a crime, and the remaining states have laws somewhere in between, or do not have an official stand on the matter. The Supreme Court has ruled that […]

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