Constitutional Law

SCOTUS Dodges Issue of Removing Undocumented Immigrants from Census

The Supreme Court has dismissed as premature a challenge to President Trump’s plan to exclude people living in the country without legal documents from the Census’ population count, used to allot states seats in the House of Representatives. The six conservative judges on the Court said that until action is actually taken and people are […]

Entertainment Law

Justice for Jim Thorpe is Long Past Due

There is a movement afoot to correct a century-plus wrong in the sports world. Jim Thorpe, the world’s greatest athlete at the time and a Native American, was stripped of his gold medals in the 1912 Olympics in the decathalon and pentathlon. At the time, those two events were considered the most important in the […]