Constitutional Law Employment Law

Rachel Dolezal’s Legal Issue Different Than Those in the TransGender Community

There has been much controversy and discussion stirring since Rachel Dolezal was revealed to be a white woman passing as a black woman. For those of you living under a rock the past few days, Rachel Dolezal is the 37-year-old head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington; a professor of Africana studies at Eastern […]

General Litigation

Scalia’s Constricted View of the Constitution is Wrong and Dangerous

I wish Antonin Scalia was just that crazy old uncle in every family that we all kind of put up with.  You know, the type that’s stuck in the past, who still wishes he could hear Jack Benny on the radio, and calls women “gals” and African Americans “the coloreds.”  But unfortunately Scalia is 1 […]