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August 24, 2020
How Yale Became the Latest Target in the Plot to Kill Affirmative Action
In the coming days, the DOJ will borrow a page from the conservative playbook and likely sue Yale for violating the rights of white and Asian students.
July 23, 2020
Is Our Generation Ready to Take Up the Torch That John Lewis Lit?
As legends like Lewis pass away, I wonder whether we’re prepared to become the new elders.
June 29, 2020
Here’s How to Stop the Next Bill Barr From Gutting the Rule of Law
Barr has wrecked the DOJ. The solution isn’t to return things to the way they were—it’s to remake the AG appointment process.
May 4, 2020
It’s Time to Bring the Supreme Court Into the Modern Era—and the Light
Justice means making the Supreme Court as transparent as possible—and that means turning on the cameras.
March 30, 2020
The Coronavirus Will Test Whether We’ve Learned Anything From 9/11
Many of us would be happy to exchange some basic rights for safety right now, but we have to be vigilant about protecting our liberties.
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March 13, 2020
The Judiciary Still Hasn’t Reckoned With Its #MeToo Problem
Thanks to their immense power, federal judges have a license to harass—and no one is trying to stop them.
January 31, 2020
This Trump Judge Tormented a Trans Woman—Because He Could
Stuart Kyle Duncan had a history of anti-LGBTQ bigotry before he joined the bench. Now he’s inflicting his pettiness and cruelty on vulnerable litigants.