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Book Review: ‘The Great Dissent’ by Thomas Healy

The Great Dissent

'The Great Dissent' brings the First Amendment to life and makes Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes a layered, multi-faceted figure at the crux of our personal freedoms. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – Trust the Government, NOT!

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Like Orwell’s protagonist Winston Smith, the heroes of both The Pilgrim and Silver Circle see something they shouldn't have and this starts them on the road to thought-crimes and more. Read More »

After SCOTUS Ruling, Congress Must Consider Revising 1965 Voting Rights Act

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Congress needs to amend the 1965 Voting Rights Act to clarify when the Justice Department should intervene in states' election processes. Read More »

What is the Republicans’ Sudden Problem with Democracy?

Are we beginning to see a new stage developing in the GOP's current case of Obama Derangement Syndrome? Read More »

How the Supreme Court Should Have Ruled

The Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional regardless of the Supreme Court's ruling. Read More »

Book Review: The United States Constitution: A Round Table Comic by Nadja Baer (Adapter), Nathan Lueth (Illustrator), Thomas Jefferson, et al

Nadja Baer's adaptation of the United States Constitution features the complete original text of the supreme law of these United States, and is packed with full-color illustrations. Read More »

It’s a Hard Brain Gonna Fall

The president of the chess club shouldn't challenge the WWE of legal illogic to a match. They play to win. Read More »

Occupy Wall Street: Young and Unsure

The Occupy Wall Street movement lacks direction and specificity Read More »

California’s Cruel and Unusual Death Penalty

California's dysfunctional death penalty system wastes enormous resources while serving no legitimate societal purpose. Read More »

Secure Elections are Not Optional

Every vote must count for a republic to work. Read More »