“Donald Trump is like the moon. He can’t support any life, but he is affecting the tides of change on our planet and bringing out all the crazies.”
The American epidemic known as stop-and-frisk was birthed from the case Terry v. Ohio, which when examined carefully was problematic.
By conceding on the Fourth Amendment but remaining stubborn on the Second, the government is suggesting that constitutional rights are separate but unequal.
Are we ready for a non-monogamous society? Rebecca Gould shares her thoughts.
What is the best way to protect young people, establish and preserve strong families and communities, rise from poverty, and ensure the preservation of humanity?
The GOP wants Ted Cruz’s only friend to be the next Supreme Court Justice. And any friend of Ted Cruz…
What two legal scholars learned from studying 70 years of Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
The Supreme Court’s reversal of a decision to deny adoptive parents their rights is a big win for same sex couples.
The troubled legacy of Scalia’s philosophy of constitutional “originalism”.
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia adds to the political turmoil of the US. Is this a fitting irony, or is there a way forward? John Holland examines the implications.
” …(A)ny alcoholic capable of honestly facing his problems in the light of our experience can recover, provided he does not close his mind to all spiritual concepts. He can only be defeated by an attitude of intolerance or belligerent denial.”
2015 as a collective whole, was one of the most important years in the history of our species.
America’s choice in next November’s federal election is very simple despite the complexities of the problems the country and next president face.
To rid politics of big money, a Harvard Law School professor is running for president, and if successful, he’ll resign.
Just because same-sex marriage is legal doesn’t mean the fight for equality is over. Not by a long shot.
All presidential elections are important, but next year’s could decide to the future of the Supreme Court for decades to come.