Secret List of Problem Deputies Thwarts Constitutional Justice Fifty-four years ago the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that prosecutors must make defendants aware of all evidence that might be favorable to their cases, including information that could undermine the credibility of the government witnesses who, for the most part, are police officers. That constitutional principle is […]
Law and Justice
Paul Haeder: The more chemicals, drugs, vaccines, additives, toxins they make, the more difficult it is to escape from big business’ straight-jacket
Lila Garrett: Eight out of 100 of our US Senators are the only ones who voted against the largest arms budget the world has every seen and to the everlasting shame of the media it was done so quietly that the world heard little if anything about it.
Ben Chapman: One thing that everybody can do to help people with mental health problems is to challenge the stigma surrounding them.
Jessica Goodheart: 68 faculty members signed an October 28 letter that questioned the university’s handling of Fenwick’s complaint against Guerrero.
Elections and Campaigns
Eric Gordon: This Assembly race was the final stage of a cascade of other political events that started when California Senator Barbara Boxer retired.
Janet Maker: Although the Democrats made a lot of noise about Russian hacking, the fact is that it would be much easier for Republicans than for Russians to manipulate the election.