March 9 2018 2:50 PMThe Post-Election Mystery of Carter Page
March 7 2018 8:02 PMSanctuary SillinessWhy Jeff Sessions’ outlandish new lawsuit against California is likely doomed.
March 6 2018 6:57 PMThe Elmo AntidoteSonia Sotomayor’s message of empathy, listening, and compromise is what we need.
March 6 2018 4:22 PMConceal-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.
March 5 2018 6:15 PMUnfavorable PrecedentThe jurisprudential arguments against obstruction of justice charges for Trump all fall apart.
March 2 2018 5:53 PML’Affaire KushnerA series of revelations about the White House princeling have added further credence to the key claim of the Steele dossier.
March 2 2018 11:41 AMGeorgia 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.
March 1 2018 3:29 PMThe New Nugget Hidden in the Schiff MemoRussia told a member of the Trump campaign it could help broadcast stolen Hillary emails.
Feb. 28 2018 7:34 PMJustice Breyer’s Dire WarningThe justice seems genuinely concerned that the Supreme Court’s conservatives will strip immigrants of their constitutional rights.
Feb. 28 2018 1:40 PMPropaganda MachineryHow the NRA pioneered the right-wing art of demonizing the media.
Feb. 27 2018 4:31 PMThe History of Trump’s Favorite Racist Code WordWhat the president really means when he constantly promotes “assimilation.”
Feb. 27 2018 7:15 AMI Cut, You ChooseA new method of redistricting could solve gerrymandering.
Feb. 26 2018 6:10 PMThe Constitution Has Nothing to Do With ItThe Supreme Court’s conservatives prepare to hobble public sector unions as a gift to the GOP.
Feb. 25 2018 2:26 PMDark Money Union BustersThe fight to overturn a decades-old Supreme Court precedent has been fueled by secret donors.
Feb. 21 2018 7:46 PMFree and EqualThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s new map doesn’t just vanquish gerrymandering—it restores the state’s democracy.
March 8 2018 2:28 PMTrump’s Promise of a Waiver System for His Muslim Ban Is a LieIt’s a mere pretext being used to manipulate the courts.
March 7 2018 7:40 PMThe Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Is Convoluted to the Point of ParadoxAre we in an adaptation of the film Inception?
March 6 2018 6:20 PMLife and LimbAlabama tortured a death row inmate during a botched execution. Now they want a chance to do it again.
March 6 2018 12:09 PMAll Is Not ClearWhat John Kelly’s new security clearance policy actually means in practice.
March 2 2018 6:45 PMTrump’s Due ProcessThe president understands the words to mean protections for his white guy buddies.
March 2 2018 5:34 PMTrans Rights on the MarchThis was likely the best week for gender minorities since Trump took office.
March 1 2018 4:34 PMLaw and Order: DinosaursTrump picked a mass-incarceration advocate obsessed with “black-on-black” crime for a job setting federal sentences.
March 1 2018 1:17 PMTantrum TimeWhat might be behind Trump’s deranged attack on the DOJ’s inspector general.
Feb. 28 2018 4:30 PMThey Were Trained for This MomentHow the student activists of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High demonstrate the power of a comprehensive education.
Feb. 27 2018 4:33 PMResolving the ParadoxHow marriage equality paved the way for anti-gay employment discrimination to be ruled illegal.
Feb. 27 2018 4:13 PMFree Speech vs. Freedom From IntimidationThe Supreme Court is set to reconsider campaigning at the ballot box. Justice Scalia got it right the first time.
Feb. 26 2018 7:57 PMFreedom to Avoid War ZonesThe argument for arming teachers demonstrates the flaws in Second Amendment jurisprudence.
Feb. 25 2018 6:00 PMLabor’s LostThe Supreme Court’s latest union case is designed to kneecap the Democratic Party.
Feb. 22 2018 7:19 PMClarence’s CarnageJustice Thomas’ Second Amendment opinions ignore the gruesome reality of gun violence. When he rules on death penalty cases, he fixates on it.
Feb. 21 2018 2:59 PMThe Pardon BoomerangAccepting a pardon from Trump could add booster rockets to state prosecutions.