Did eHarmony hire the wrong lawyer in that gay discrimination case?
Remember that infamous 2008 New Jersey case against dating site eHarmony for not helping gays find dates? eHarmony folded in that battle faster than a lawn chair when the potato salad is all gone. Given that the dating site had long been associated with Christian conservatives, its decision has always puzzled me. I recalled that capitulation today when I saw an article about settlement of | Read More »
SEIU, Obama Administration, Public Citizen, former Rep. Alan Grayson and Sierra Club ask Supreme Court to restrict free speech in Arizona case
By Steve Voeller and Michael Paranzino The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, March 28, 2011 will hold oral arguments in an important first amendment case that implicates public campaign financing schemes in jurisdictions across the country. So it should come as no surprise that outside groups asking the Court to rule against the first amendment interests in the case comprise a virtual Who’s Who of | Read More »
Open Memo to new CNN Chief Ken Jautz: how CNN can find an audience, make more money and do some good
Fox has conservative viewers locked up, and MSNBC has long since stolen CNN’s mantle as home for liberals (though, FYI, we conservatives still view CNN brass as barely-disguised Democrats and a bit too kind to foreign despots). But there is still a way for you to rebuild the network if making money is more important to you than advancing a progressive agenda. To hold your | Read More »