The ruling isn’t just pro-property rights; it’s contrary to our democratic values.
Law and Justice
An attorney explains how the NCAA case set back the antitrust law.
Its “servitude” clause allows prisoners to be put to work and underpaid—i.e. unpaid. How Senator Jeff Merkley and a band of activists are fighting back.
The commonwealth was once the epicenter of executions. Now the first former Confederate state has abandoned the practice. How a small group of activists helped turn the tide against capital punishment.
This week, a federal judge slammed Bill Barr over the Mueller investigation. Hopefully, Merrick Garland’s Justice Department will stay on Barr and give financial crimes the attention they deserve.
The Roberts-era First Amendment is very protective of millionaires; does it also protect high-schoolers cursing at the Cocoa Hut?
A change in the protection for critics of public figures would be the most serious attack on free speech in generations.
In Kentucky, a new GOP-driven law denies the (Democratic) governor the ability to fill vacant Senate seats and gives it to party apparatchiks. A classic Mitch power play, it flouts the Constitution.
Rep. Bennie Thompson and the NAACP are using the Ku Klux Klan Act to bring down the January 6 cabal.
Donald Trump tried to steal the election. The impeachment papers filed by his legal team are laughably weak.