No More Bush v. Gore

The Supreme Court will never be able to settle another presidential election. That’s a bad thing!

Oct. 21 2016 5:57 AMCan You Carry a Gun to a Polling Place?As Trump riles up his supporters, a look at what constitutes illegal voter intimidation.
Oct. 19 2016 6:49 PMSCOTUS Above All ElseSen. John McCain’s recent comments reveal how the Republican Party’s Supreme Court strategy is backfiring.
Oct. 17 2016 5:21 PMVoter FraudIt would be literally insane to try to steal an election in the way Donald Trump is alleging.
Oct. 12 2016 5:45 AMPennsylvania’s ShamePoorly trained police. Underpaid defense attorneys. No support for the wrongly convicted. How did the state’s criminal justice system fail so profoundly?
Oct. 10 2016 1:20 PMExtended SentenceThe formerly incarcerated are facing crippling prison debt when they get out, and it needs to stop.
Oct. 8 2016 6:49 PMThe Real Donald TrumpRepublicans who tried to pretend for months his vile misogyny was just an act can no longer hide from the truth.
Oct. 6 2016 5:56 PMIrreparable HarmThe Supreme Court just heard a case that proves how broken the death penalty is.
Oct. 4 2016 4:44 PM“Tim Kaine Defended HimThe GOP’s dangerous, toxic, and horrifying attacks on the Constitution.
Sept. 30 2016 4:49 PMThe Trial of Roy MooreCan Alabama finally move on from a decade of controversy brewed by one man’s hate?
Sept. 28 2016 9:15 AM“I Wanted to Dramatize the Racist Attitude of the Majority”An interview with 94-year-old Judge Damon Keith, author of the most important voting rights dissent in recent history.
Sept. 23 2016 1:30 PMStanding TallThe Sioux’s battle against a Dakota oil pipeline is a galvanizing social justice movement for Native Americans.
Sept. 22 2016 11:30 AMWhen Second Amendment Rights Need DefendingLiberals are failing immigrants, medical marijuana users, and the disabled on gun rights.
Sept. 20 2016 3:59 PMState-Sponsored ChristianityA federal appeals court just told religious minorities to stop being so whiny.
Sept. 15 2016 9:55 PMHow Trump Gets Away With ItWhy his countless legal scandals don’t stick.
Sept. 8 2016 6:16 PMWhy Donald Trump and Pam Bondi Probably Won’t Face a Corruption InvestigationThe Supreme Court’s McDonnell decision seems to have put a chill on prosecutors.
Oct. 20 2016 6:53 PMWorse Than TrumpThe GOP’s Merrick Garland blockade is more disastrous for democracy than anything Donald Trump will do after Election Day.
Oct. 17 2016 5:45 PMThe GOP Created the “Rigged Vote” MythNow the party is trying to hide from it.
Oct. 14 2016 11:49 AMAre Trump’s Boasts About Sexual Assault a Legal Admission of Wrongdoing?Reprehensible, but not actionable.
Oct. 11 2016 4:23 PMRuth Bader Ginsburg Was Never Really “Notorious RBG”Her attacks on Colin Kaepernick dispel that myth once and for all.
Oct. 10 2016 5:50 AMNo Dreadlocks for YouWhy banning dreads at work isn’t racially discriminatory, even if it should be illegal.
Oct. 7 2016 3:10 PMGuns Are Killing St. LouisThe presidential debate is being held a few miles from America’s deadliest neighborhoods.
Oct. 6 2016 3:22 PMAlabama’s Failure of Moral TurpitudeIts felony disenfranchisement scheme is grossly unconstitutional and racially biased.
Oct. 4 2016 5:54 AMMike Pence Is a Coward and an ExtremistHe’s the perfect face of the GOP.
Sept. 30 2016 2:03 PMMassachusetts’ Drug ProblemTwin scandals have tainted as many as 42,000 state convictions. The only thing to do is to exonerate everyone.
Sept. 27 2016 10:45 AMTexas Prisons Banned My Book About Texas PrisonersThe Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s literary censorship policy is a national disgrace.
Sept. 23 2016 5:58 AMVoters Want Hillary Clinton to be the Grown-UpWhy she can’t stoop to Donald Trump’s level at the debates.
Sept. 22 2016 7:00 AMParking While BlackThe courts are about to decide if police have another legal method for harassing black citizens.
Sept. 16 2016 4:41 PMProsecuting Wells Fargo Executives Won’t Solve AnythingI know. I helped prosecute the executives at the center of Enron.
Sept. 14 2016 4:17 PM“Martyrs of the Struggle for Equality”A 94-year-old federal judge defends voting rights in a fiery, impassioned, historic dissent.
Sept. 1 2016 5:39 PMNo Justice, No PeachThe winners of our Merrick Garland ice cream flavor contest.