Should the United States government (federally or through states and territories) restrict (totally or partially) a woman’s right to an abortion? This article is the first round in a debate series on the topic of abortion. Read the opposing argument here. As a matter of legislative, jurisprudential, and/or constitutional policy, we as a country must move, […]
Sex offenders are arguing that the First Amendment shields them from being blocked from social media websites that children utilize. The Supreme Court will soon rule on whether the First Amendment, in fact, does this.
Is it constitutional to prohibit evidence that may prove that a juror is racist? The Supreme Court of the United States is set to hear Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado, which is about whether a no-impeachment rule constitutionally may bar evidence of racial bias offered to prove a violation of the Sixth Amendment right to an impartial jury. […]
Affirmative Action is racist. In it’s most basic form, the practice of admitting students based on race ingrains within community, especially those affected by Affirmative Action, the notion that certain races need a leg up, that without such a policy, they are unable to gain entry into prestigious universities. Worse, it may instill in some […]