Linda Hirshman is the author of Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World, as well as a lawyer who has argued before the Supreme Court. Contact via Harper Collins Speakers Bureau.
Paul Horwitz is a professor of law at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where he specializes in law and religion, constitutional law and the First Amendment. He is the author of The Agnostic Age: Law, Religion and the Constitution and First Amendment Institutions.
David T. Pride is executive director of the Supreme Court Historical Society, a nonprofit founded by Chief Justice Warren Burger in 1974 to preserve the history of the Supreme Court.
While 1 in five people practice Islam internationally, a Pew Research survey in 2010 found that about half of Americans are able to correctly identify the Quran and Ramadan as associated with Islam. Another Pew survey in 2007 revealed that 58 percent of Americans say they know little or nothing about Islam’s practices, and often, what they do know […]
Read a June 10, 2013, story at Religion News Service speculating on the Supreme Court’s rulings on gay marriage, written before the decisions were released.
Read a June 16, 2013, USA Today story previewing the range of possible Supreme Court rulings and the complexities that each could bring.
Read a June 20, 2013, Religion News Service story about Ryan Anderson, a leading voice among opponents of same-sex marriage. Anderson, 31, bucks the trend within his generation on this issue.