1. Ralph47

    Supreme Ct. FINALLY Rules Against Gay Privilege

    About time! :cool: The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. In a 7-2 decision, the justices set aside a Colorado court ruling against the baker -- while stopping short of deciding the broader issue of whether a...
  2. myp

    Supreme Court to hear case about racial preferences in public university admissions

    A young woman from Texas will have her case heard in the Supreme Court in which she challenges that public universities should not be able to pick students based on race to make the student bodies more diverse. The case is controversial and the first time since 2003 that the highest court is...
  3. myp

    Supreme court rejects sex discrimination class action suit vs. Walmart

    After an ongoing debate and trials, the Supreme Court threw out a class-discrimination suit against Walmart due to too many differences across stores and staffs in the case. I am sure that this decision was a huge relief for Walmart, which saw shares go up over 1 percent during the day...
  4. myp

    Supreme Court: gun possession fundamental to American freedom

    Earlier today, for the first time ever, the Supreme Court ruled that gun possession was a fundamental American right. The 5-4 ruling may lead to the court striking down some state and local gun regulation laws much like what happened when the D.C. gun ban was deemed unconstitutional. The...
  5. prasanth5

    Dreamless sleep takes one closer to the Supreme

    Deep sleep or slumber takes one closer to the Supreme entity or the Absolute. The sense of 'I' prevails in the state of dreaming though.
  6. myp

    Justice Stevens to resign

    Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announced today that he was going to resign after serving in the highest court since he was appointed by President Gerald Ford. President Obama is expected to announce a nomination fairly quickly after which the Senate confirmation debates will begin. The...