Supreme Court

Voting harder is the answer

By John Stoehr / June 27, 2022 /

You still have the right to an abortion. The difference now is that you have to fight like hell to force the Congress to protect that right.

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People ask me questions

By John Stoehr / June 24, 2022 /

I try answering them.

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Three ways SCOTUS put greater limits on habeas corpus this term

By Mia Brett / June 24, 2022 /

Evidently, innocence isn’t enough to stop executions.

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Secession talk doesn’t mean political violence is coming. It means it’s already here. Thanks to SCOTUS, there will be more

By John Stoehr / June 23, 2022 /

Liberals need to see what’s in front of them.

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Thanks to the US Supreme Court, Uvalde police were not required by law to save those kids

By Mia Brett / June 3, 2022 /

We should not accept such rulings. 

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Does the Constitution forbid questioning judicial nominees for views that are part of their faith?

By Eric Segall / May 21, 2022 /

Real religious tests and phony ones.

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How anti-abortion laws suppress the vote

By Mia Brett / May 19, 2022 /

Women and trans people face obstacles few consider.

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A mother and a fetus — one person, not two

By John Stoehr / May 19, 2022 /

Another religious pro-Roe angle.

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History loves a good protest

By Mia Brett / May 13, 2022 /

Senators and justices alleging violence should rethink their allegations.

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An embryo is not a child

By John Stoehr / May 11, 2022 /

Let’s revive that old-time, pre-Roe, religion.

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