by Ian Millhiser Nov 10, 2015
When you start talking about "tourist pregnancies," you might not be engaged in the most rigorous legal analysis.
by Ian Millhiser Nov 3, 2015
by Ian Millhiser Oct 16, 2015
At the very least, a federal court's opinion establishes, someone should remain confined forever because no one has bothered to look into whether their commitment can still be justified.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 7, 2015
A teacher allegedly told a first grade student that their mother "is a bad person for not believing in God."
by Ian Millhiser Oct 6, 2015
Apparently, a Republican majority on the state supreme court is worth trading away that court's legitimacy.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 1, 2015
The GOP's goal was to render congressional elections little more than political theater, an annual ritual that would produce the same 8-3 delegation every single time.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 11, 2015
In a story that has now become predictable whenever congressional Republicans lose a legislative or political fight, Boehner is threatening to sue.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 10, 2015
Their victory rests on a novel distinction establishing a novel limitation to a novel rule that carves out a novel exception to decades of established precedent.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 2, 2015
Kim Davis quite literally believes that she is on a holy crusade mandated by the Lord Almighty. That's not the sort of mindset that is easily deterred by a relatively minor sanctions.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 1, 2015
The fact that as prominent an anti-gay luminary as Ryan Anderson believes that Davis has gone too far is a sign of just how thin a limb the Kentucky clerk now finds herself upon.