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Anniversary of Key Civil Rights Decision Serves as Reminder of Importance of Legal System

Yes, yesterday was the 48th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. There were various blog posts, FB status updates and other commemorations of the historic event. But very little was written about the 40th anniversary of a landmark Supreme Court decision that changed this country forever. On November 22, 1971, the Supreme Court issued Reed […]

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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 […]