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White supremacy and misogyny are a rot in the Trump administration, and that rot is spreading.
The due process and equal protection clauses in the Fifth and 14th Amendments apply to "persons." Not "citizens." Not "Americans." Not "people we like."
In which Angry Black Lady and the longtime ACLU lawyer talk about what the U.S. Supreme Court has gotten so, so wrong and so, so right.
In a tweeted statement, the Olympic gold medalist talked about the pain of abuse by a trusted U.S. team doctor. But her story of abuse shouldn't drown out her achievements.
This is par for the course in Robert DuPont's decades-long battle against cannabis—and with Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the helm of the Department of Justice, he's found a kindred spirit in his cause.
We may have gained unprecedented political power, literary accolades, and foundation that truly matches our skin tones, but we are still at the bottom of too many health indicators and too many ladders to social and economic mobility to call 2017 a win.
Pirro may host a show called Justice, but she's not above the cable news channel's race-baiting ways. And it might cost her.
How do I know the Klan isn't? Because it says so right in the law.
Kyle Duncan and David Stras are ultra-conservative judges who will probably land in the Fifth and Eighth Circuit courts of appeals, respectively.
They should be concentrating on those in power, on both sides of the aisle, who have continued to propagate a cycle of harassment and abuse.
A measure that made "pregnancy service centers" tell clients if the facilities have medical staff, or don't offer or refer for services such as abortion or birth control, was hampered by lack of clear, accessible information about how to report violations.