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April 26, 2022
Marjorie Taylor Greene Can’t Lie Her Way Out of the Fact That She Violated the 14th Amendment
The Republican representative from Georgia has no place on this year’s primary or general election ballot.
April 15, 2022
Donald Trump’s Continued Liberty Is an Affront to the Rule of Law
There is ample evidence that the former president has committed numerous crimes, so why is he still a free man?
April 5, 2022
Don’t Be Fooled by the 2022 Congressional Map
This year’s congressional map might be as close to “balanced” as it’s been in decades, but far too many are still denied representation and the right to vote.
March 31, 2022
Dixie League Baseball Is Built on Racism and Heartbreak
Although the league, which began play this month, has been integrated since 1967, it has never fully acknowledged the truth about its past.
March 28, 2022
Interracial Marriage Under Attack: Thinking the Unthinkable
As the conservative legal movement grows more emboldened, are there any protections that will remain unquestioned?
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March 25, 2022
Why Some Ardent Libertarians Support Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Confirmation
Hypocritical Republicans like Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz refuse to acknowledge Brown’s broad support from Bill of Rights advocates.
March 23, 2022
The GOP Goes Down the QAnon Rabbit Hole to Trash Ketanji Brown Jackson
It’s the 2024 wannabes, but not only them. This hearing reveals the total bankruptcy of the Republican Party.
March 18, 2022
On Principle: Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Profile in Courage
In an overlooked, once-anonymous article from her student days, Biden’s nominee emphasized the human impact of law on the most hated people in America.
March 18, 2022
The “State Secrets” Privilege Is a Tool of Injustice
Nothing in the Constitution’s text supports a state secrets privilege—in fact, it runs counter to upholding a government by the consent of the governed.
March 14, 2022
Florida’s Abortion Ban Will Obliterate Access in the South
The new ban will create the strictest abortion laws in the history of the state, which has long served as crucial access point for people seeking abortions in the region.