US Supreme Court
Total 12 Posts
The last 3 safe spaces from America’s gun violence6 min read
A majority of U.S. states, all controlled by Republicans, allow carrying guns without permits or registration, leading to a surge in gun violence. The increase in gun violence is linked to Republican politicians and Supreme Court Justices appointed by them.
Trump indictment won’t keep him from presidential race, but will make his reelection bid much harder6 min read
With a grand jury indictment of former President and current presidential candidate Donald Trump, a legal scholar explores what the law says about the consequences of such an unprecedented act.
Manhattan grand jury votes to indict Donald Trump, showing he, like all other presidents, is not an imperial king7 min read
Trump’s indictment will force Americans to grapple with the exact role of presidents – and limits of their power. Presidents have never been monarchs. If they ever act in that manner, the people have to remind them of who they are and whom they serve.
Post-election thoughts5 min read
President Biden had it right when he said that democracy won Tuesday’s elections. The pundits, pollsters and press had it wrong when they say Democrats won the election.
Proof it’s the Supreme Court of ideology not a Supreme Court of law6 min read
A rare occurrence in American jurisprudence took place last month that reflects both the hope and doom of small democratic law in America.
It’s not your dads’ GOP anymore, and never will be again5 min read
If you ever entertained any notion that the Republican Party will endure in a democracy, tell me what you’re smoking, please.
Why are some so afraid of women, gays, trans, etc?6 min read
While some in the United States are chomping away at our rights, others are attacking our democracy from within. What are they afraid of?