Doug Kendall

Doug Kendall is president of the Constitutional Accountability Center, a think tank, law firm, and action center dedicated to the progressive promise of the Constitution's text and history.

Jurisprudence
May 24 2013 11:24 AMScalia vs. RobertsThe conservative justices faced off over Obamacare—now they’re dueling again.
Jurisprudence
July 15 2011 5:22 PMOff BalanceThe Balanced Budget Amendment would make the Framers weep.
Jurisprudence
June 8 2010 11:10 AMWhat Kagan Should SayElena Kagan should use her confirmation hearings to defend the Constitution. All of it.
Climate Desk
April 20 2010 9:42 AMAttractive NuisanceCan federal courts help tackle global warming?
Jurisprudence
Oct. 26 2009 9:34 AMThe Bench in PurgatoryThe new Republican obstructionism on Obama's judicial nominees.
Jurisprudence
July 9 2008 6:05 PMConstitutional DriftObama veers to the right, but does he need to take the Constitution with him?
Jurisprudence
Dec. 3 2007 3:00 PMWriting LessonsThe Supreme Court plays Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.
Jurisprudence
Aug. 1 2007 5:16 PMOriginalist SinsThe faux originalism of Justice Clarence Thomas.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 27 2012 4:11 PMThe 200-Day ClubThat’s how long uncontroversial nominees are waiting to join the federal bench.
Jurisprudence
Oct. 8 2010 11:29 AMConfirmation WarriorsWhat's the endgame for Obama's judicial nominees?
Jurisprudence
May 28 2010 4:44 PMTorturing the LawJay Bybee models conservative judicial activism in the 9th Circuit.
Jurisprudence
Feb. 5 2010 12:23 PMFill the Bench NowNow is the time for Obama to move on judicial nominations.
Jurisprudence
May 15 2009 3:56 PMCrimes of CompassionIt's not just liberals who play the empathy card.
Jurisprudence
March 5 2008 6:05 PMBig Business's Big TermVictories for the Chamber of Commerce at the Supreme Court.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 13 2007 7:34 AMThe Legislature ThereofCalifornia voters can't change the 2008 election rules on their own.

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Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

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