Partisan judging is a team sport. A lot of it takes place off the court.
The rise of leaders like Rodrigo Duterte reveals that autocratic populism can thrive in a wide range of environments, posing a global threat to democratic government.
Max Boot charts his journey through—and out of—the conservative intellectual movement.
As an advocate and a judge, she has used ingenuity, tenacity, and strategic brilliance to attack the legal foundations of discrimination in America.
The modern American economy is not just unfair. It’s ruining our democracy.
To counter the threat of authoritarianism, the left must focus on expanding voting rights.
If laws are like sausages—unpleasant to watch being made—then party whips are their indispensible chefs.
When the White House is overcovered, the rest of the executive branch gets neglected.
Why the war on minority voting rights is about to get even worse.
Investigatory traffic stops are pointless and discriminatory. Why do police still conduct them?