When we do it, it’s negotiation. When they do it, it’s hostage taking—and terrorism.
The New York Times looks into ties between a DC area law school and the Supreme Court.
But only the original books, not the Disney adaptations.
The long shift of population from the Rust Belt to the Sun Belt continues—with the unusual exception of California.
The President has overturned decades of US foreign policy and alienated a NATO ally for, well, reasons.
He probably lacks the legal authority. And business interests in is state will fight hard against him.
The annual gathering showed us what the Republican Party would become years ago.
The Supreme Court isn’t taking much of a break this year.
States can punish Electors who substitute their judgment for those of the voters.
A discussion of what #NeverTrump means, on Sanders v. Trump, and some about the philosophy of voting.
The Commonwealth is about to become the 38th State to ratify the Nixon-era Amendment.
More evidence that Trump really doesn’t know what he is doing. (Or just doesn’t care).
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the PPACA”s individual mandate unconstitutional but left the fate of the rest of the law unresolved.
The President of the United States has sent a bizarre, rant-filled letter to the Speaker of the House. Revealing just how unbalanced he actually is.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked a Mississippi law that banned nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.
The House Judiciary Committee has issued its report on the impeachment of President Trump.
The House Judiciary Committee moved one step closer to impeachment.
George Zimmerman has filed a bizarre conspiracy theory-laden lawsuit against Trayvon Martin’s family, prosecutors, and others.
The House Intelligence Committee has released its report resulting from its investigation of the Ukraine scandal.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Supreme Court heard a significant Second Amendment case, but it is unlikely to rule on the merits of the case.