Andrew Peter Napolitano born June 6, is an American syndicated columnist whose work appears in numerous publications, including The Washington Times and Reason. He is an analyst for Fox News , commenting on legal news and trials. Napolitano served as a New Jersey Superior Court judge from to He was a visiting professor at Brooklyn Law School. He has written nine books on legal and political subjects. Napolitano was born in Newark, New Jersey.
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The organization has described climate science as "fraud science" and has filed lawsuits against government climate scientists. JW has made numerous false and unsubstantiated claims that have been picked up by right-wing news outlets and promoted by conservative figures. President Donald Trump has repeatedly cited false claims by Judicial Watch about voter fraud. Courts have dismissed the vast majority of its lawsuits. Judicial Watch was founded in by attorney and right-wing activist Larry Klayman. Before leaving the organization in , Klayman hired Tom Fitton , who became president of the organization.
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Same-sex marriage , also known as gay marriage , is the marriage of two people of the same sex or gender , entered into in a civil or religious ceremony. There are records of same-sex marriage dating back to the first century. In the modern era, marriage equality was first granted to same-sex couples in the Netherlands on 1 April As of January , same-sex marriage was legally performed and recognized in 29 countries nationwide or in some jurisdictions :. The introduction of same-sex marriage has varied by jurisdiction, and came about through legislative change to marriage law , court rulings based on constitutional guarantees of equality, recognition that it is allowed by existing marriage law,  or by direct popular vote via referendums and initiatives.
United States v. Windsor , U. Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer, a same-sex couple residing in New York , had their marriage recognized by the state of New York in ; Spyer died in , leaving her entire estate to Windsor. Windsor sought to claim the federal estate tax exemption for surviving spouses , but was barred from doing so by Section 3 of DOMA.