U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’s thirty-five-year tenure was marked by intellectual rigor, lack of pretension, and the firm belief that absolutism had no place on the bench.
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A tech-savvy Marine who made too much noise, helped save the lives of countless troops in Iraq, and paid with his career.
Why flogging is more humane than prison.
There aren’t nearly enough counterterrorism experts to instruct all of America’s police.
So we got these guys instead.