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RIP RGB, RIP GOP, RIP USA
None of the second-rate white men currently on the Supreme Court will receive the honors given to RBG when they finally die.
Is 2020 Another 1968 — or Civil War?
A Minneapolis cop knelt on the neck of George Floyd neck for eight minutes and 26 seconds. Now Coward Donald, hiding in his bunker, calls for oppression.
Privilege and Punishment: Felicity Huffman and the Prestige Problem
With legacy enrollment dramatically rising at America’s top colleges and universities, who needs fraudulent admissions anyway?
What Becomes of Jussie Smollett Now?
What kind of career will Jussie Smollett have now? Will he even have one? I suppose his staunchest defenders will take umbrage at these...
3D-Printed Guns: The World’s Most Dangerous Art?
This is an art controversy -- and the stakes couldn't be higher.
Impeachment: Not Just Warranted, But Overdue
Democrats fear that even discussing it will stir up Trump’s base. That's cowardice.
Children Are Still In Cages
Never forget the months when we were no better than the world's worst violators of human rights.
James Comey, The Boulet Brothers and Other Monsters
Comey sees authority as the essence of goodness; he might have learned a better, more humanistic lesson from horror-drag reality TV hosts.
Guantánamo Bay: America’s Corrosive Stain, Still at Work
Trump’s chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly, is proud of Guantánamo. So is Trump.
Justice Long Delayed for Albert Woodfox, Finally Arrived
"I told him that unless he sits in a cell 23 hours a day for 40 years, he has no idea."
Economic Meltdown Zombies: They’re Baaaack!
Derivatives again are devouring, subprime lending is stalking, as Washington deflects by talking a good game.
National Security Depends on Press Freedom
The federal courts spit on the Constitution, hoping you’ll think backwards.
Albert Woodfox: Justice Delayed, Justice Denied
Nothing "remotely comparable in the annals of American jurisprudence.”
Partisanship Brutalizes a Great American Doctor
Then the realities of today’s politics sink in.
The Hobgoblin of Eric Holder
Give Emerson a chance.
Whatever Eric’s Drinking, Send the Cabinet a Barrel
For that matter, send a barrel to the White House.
Rays of Light or Dying Candles?
From our nation's capitol to North Carolina: glimmers of hope in quelling government intrusion.
Bradley Manning: Within the Torture, Signs of Victory
The soldier's actions and trial have helped ignite global transparency.
An Opportunity Brought On By Tragedy
The President's Trayvon Martin speech should have included solving racial disparities in America's criminal justice system.
What Allowing the NSA’s Surveillance Says about You and Me
If we are silent, then we shouldn't be surprised to lose our freedoms.
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