Staging a pro-Drumpf rally in this city known for progressive activism is no less provocative than Nazis in Skokie.
We intend, by one election or another, that Peoples College of Law will—after 5 years—once again have institutional accountability, a nurturing, supportive academic environment
In response to the egregious lag in family notification, Representative Karen Bass recently proposed a bill, dubbed “Wakiesha’s Law”, that would require law enforcement to notify families immediately when an inmate dies in police custody.
ne of the most fascinating and enduring consequences of the American form of representative democracy has been the strength of its governmental institutions
The nominee came to the hearings with an ideological judicial rating well to the right of Antonin Scalia, the late conservative justice whose seat he would be filling, as well as with the blessings of the Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society.
William J. Astore: Just keep one image in mind: Republicans are Lucy holding the football, and you are Charlie Brown.
Nobody’s suggesting that Democrats should behave like Republicans, but it’s no longer “moderate” to pretend that the rules haven’t changed. In today’s world, a vote for Gorsuch is a vote for extremism over moderation.
Alexandra Rosenmann: Feinstein explained that Gorsuch is no “reasonable mainstream conservative,” but rather a deeply disconcerting “originalist.” But that isn’t the only worry Democrats should have about him.
Absent accountability for police who wrongfully kill—and police departments’ failure to even keep accurate numbers on killings is part of this—the United States will continue to lead the world in police killings.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2017 Media contact: ACLU SoCal Communications & Media Advocacy, 213.977.5252, email@example.com ACLU SoCal Statement on Jury Verdict in Trial of Former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca The jury’s decision to convict Lee Baca for obstructing an FBI investigation into widespread abuse of jail inmates was yet another acknowledgment that for many years our county jail […]
Sydney Robinson: In a town of just 400 people – average Americans, most of which are low-income – three separate pharmaceutical companies sent 4,194,000 opiate pills for distribution.
Paul Haeder: You don’t end up rape-plowed and drug-induced and violence-taught and then seek some monk’s or nun’s sense of the world, justice, and reclamation.
Mark Naison: People are afraid to go to and from work, to go to the corner store, to send their kids to school.