Derek Chauvin’s conviction for a slow and public murder in broad daylight should have been no surprise, but it was.
Future dangerousness may be slippery as a squid, but it’s an inquiry a criminal court makes at every sentencing.
If you are determined to seek out what is true, you can swim through oceans of absurdity and barely get wet.
Biden’s many years chairing the Senate Judiciary Committee give him a head start in picking judges.
Would you rather deal with good people at their worst or bad people at their best?
I get weary of accusations that this or that politician wants to “tax and spend” or that it’s wrong for the government to manipulate the distribution of wealth.
Ignorance stands in the way of attributing moral agency to government.
The Senate sitting as an impeachment jury is not faring well in the court of public opinion.
How is it, I wonder, that an outfit styling itself “the world’s greatest deliberative body” could harbor so many members who wish to avoid public deliberation?
It’s much easier to stop legislation than to pass it.
Written without the technicality of winning an election.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, policing does not crack the top ten most dangerous occupations.
Five human beings perished in what Mr. Trump would compare to the storming of the Bastille if he cared enough about history to understand the reference.
There are so many things the authors of our Constitution could not have foreseen.
Are you ready for four more years of The Donald as President of the United States?
Donald John Trump, currently residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave in Washington, seldom shows much concern for history’s judgment.