Law and the Justice System
Love Shouldn't Hurt: Domestic Violence Awareness Month
david "katchya" ketchum: It is shocking just how recently domestic violence was largely considered socially acceptable, necessary, and even moral.
Gun Violence: What's Really Behind the "Right to Keep and Bear?"
The U.S. does not have a problem of gun violence. The nation has a problem of economic stratification and distinction.
Ugly Side of Trump’s 2020 Lies and Bullying Come Before Committee
Trump-directed mobs threaten officials who wouldn’t cheat for him.
More Incarceration Does Not Solve Systemic Problems
The political "left" still wants to solve the problem of crime with more incarceration
Florida's Divisive Concepts Bill Mistakes What Historians Do
Florida’s new law would make it difficult for professors to pursue basic teaching goals
Ginni Thomas 'Very Much a Part of Seditious Conspiracy'
New reporting shows wife of Supreme Court Justice pushed at least 29 Arizona lawmakers to overturn 2020 election results.
Uvalde Reminds Us That Police Are Not Always the Best Moderators
The Uvalde, Texas, massacre, has revealed what many in the Black community and other communities of color have known since forever.
How the Right-Wing Supreme Court Tacitly Approved the Execution of Innocent People
Sotomayor called the majority opinion “perverse” and “illogical” and wrote that it “makes no sense.”
What Links School Shootings, Racism, and the Depp-Heard Defamation Case?
For much of our history, the police, such as they were, were more akin to the slave patrols than to England’s “Peelers” and “Bobbies.”
Supreme Court’s Latest Decision Devastating for Death Row Inmates
Since 1973, 187 people have been exonerated from death row, with one of the main reasons being inadequate counsel. This will only worsen that situation.