What the “Masterpiece” decision said – and what it didn’t

The Supreme Court of the United States today handed down its decision in the case involving Masterpiece Cakeshop, a Colorado bakery whose owner refused to prepare a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding.  The baker won - but on the relatively narrow grounds that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission did not give him a fair … Continue reading What the “Masterpiece” decision said – and what it didn’t


Why Kim K. went to the White House

Never change, New York Post: It's the kind of story that could only exist in the crazy year of 2018, but Kardashian's visit was actually in the service of a noble cause: The mother-of-three requested the White House meeting after hearing about the plight of Alice Marie Johnson on social media late last year. “This is so unfair,” Kardashian … Continue reading Why Kim K. went to the White House

The end of “custody” and “access”

Proposed changes to the federal Divorce Act will do away with these often-contentious terms, following the lead of legislation in several provinces: Bill C-78 passed first reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday. It would eliminate terms such as “custody” and “access” and replace them with others such as “parenting orders” and “parenting time.” The bill … Continue reading The end of “custody” and “access”