It is absurdly ironic that Chairman Darrell Issa’s committee is technically identified as one devoted to government reform.
New York Times vs Sullivan: Is denying a Bar license to a man because he fabricated magazine articles really what we mean by Justice for All?
Mike Males: When it comes to young people, Obama should remain unforgiven for not even trying to address their critical issues.
Jordan Davis Murder Mistrial: “Stand Your Ground” is just the latest iteration of anti-social legislation against black males.
Senseless Killings: Only tiny fractions of any race or age conform to the worst stereotypes of their demographic group.
Alabama Abortion Bill: Alabama politicians are upfront about their goal of this package of legislation is to end abortion altogether.
Even as we learned that Michael Dunn gunned down an unarmed teenager and jurors were confused about whether this was 1st degree murder.
Child Prostitution: The silence toward domestic violence victimizing children warps the entire discussion of what we call “youth problems.”
Cecily McMillan was sexually assaulted, beaten unconscious and into seizures by NY Police now faces 7 years for felony assault.
So-Called Privacy: The current surveillance state is not okay, and it should not be downplayed.
Presidential Regulatory Powers: Actions by Obama might not hold up in Court, but there’s nothing wrong withusing regulations to make policy.
Cut Off NSA — Grassroots activists have begun to realize the potential to put the NSA on the defensive in nearly a dozen states.
Confronting Rape — The White House report barely mentioned a huge, crucial class of victims—children and teenagers in domestic violence.