by Caroline Cox
At Share America, Geoffrey Stone takes a look at the history of civil liberties during wartime.
Dahlia Lithwick of Slate explains how arguments against same-sex marriage are impossible to reconcile with arguments in support of religious freedom acts.
At The New Republic, Sam Eifling discusses the unusual circumstances that prompted Wal-Mart to oppose Arkansas’s proposed attack on gay rights.
In The New York Times, Mitch Smith writes that the Wisconsin Supreme Court election has raised concerns about partisanship in the judicial branch.
William Greider considers at The Nation how the Supreme Court decision in Hobby Lobby has provided inspiration for countless new conservative campaigns.
Coral Davenport reports for The New York Times on how Laurence Tribe has become an outspoken – and unlikely – opponent of President Obama’s ambitious new plans to fight global warming.