Conceal-Carrying the DayWe debated arming more people in the 1920s as a solution to gun violence. The idea lost then, but it’s winning now.
Unfavorable PrecedentThe jurisprudential arguments against obstruction of justice charges for Trump all fall apart.
L’Affaire KushnerA series of revelations about the White House princeling have added further credence to the key claim of the Steele dossier.
Georgia Violated Delta’s First Amendment RightsIf corporations are people, the airline has a free speech case against the state over its stance against the NRA.
The New Nugget Hidden in the Schiff MemoRussia told a member of the Trump campaign it could help broadcast stolen Hillary emails.
Justice Breyer’s Dire WarningThe justice seems genuinely concerned that the Supreme Court’s conservatives will strip immigrants of their constitutional rights.
The History of Trump’s Favorite Racist Code WordWhat the president really means when he constantly promotes “assimilation.”
The Constitution Has Nothing to Do With ItThe Supreme Court’s conservatives prepare to hobble public sector unions as a gift to the GOP.
Dark Money Union BustersThe fight to overturn a decades-old Supreme Court precedent has been fueled by secret donors.
Trump’s Promise of a Waiver System for His Muslim Ban Is a LieIt’s a mere pretext being used to manipulate the courts.
The Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Is Convoluted to the Point of ParadoxAre we in an adaptation of the film Inception?
Life and LimbAlabama tortured a death row inmate during a botched execution. Now they want a chance to do it again.
Trump’s Due ProcessThe president understands the words to mean protections for his white guy buddies.
Trans Rights on the MarchThis was likely the best week for gender minorities since Trump took office.
Law and Order: DinosaursTrump picked a mass-incarceration advocate obsessed with “black-on-black” crime for a job setting federal sentences.
They Were Trained for This MomentHow the student activists of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High demonstrate the power of a comprehensive education.
Resolving the ParadoxHow marriage equality paved the way for anti-gay employment discrimination to be ruled illegal.
Free Speech vs. Freedom From IntimidationThe Supreme Court is set to reconsider campaigning at the ballot box. Justice Scalia got it right the first time.
Freedom to Avoid War ZonesThe argument for arming teachers demonstrates the flaws in Second Amendment jurisprudence.
Clarence’s CarnageJustice Thomas’ Second Amendment opinions ignore the gruesome reality of gun violence. When he rules on death penalty cases, he fixates on it.