Tag Archives: U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court: Now a Roman Catholic Institution?

Conservative Supreme Court Justices are making unaccountable and undemocratic decisions, much like the Vatican Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Mr. Leahy, Why Not Go to the Supreme Court?

The German legal system offers a perfect way out of a great U.S. legal conundrum during Trump’s second impeachment trial.

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What on Earth Is Originalism?

Reflections on Amy Coney Barrett’s insistence on an obscure legal theory and what it says about today’s United States.

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Trump Vs. the US: Four Months That Changed the World

How Donald Trump got to the White House via the courts – and the amazing things that happened next.

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The Creeping Saudi Arabization of America

The U.S. Supreme Court chips away at the separation between church and state.

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The Need for U.S. Constitutional Reform

A country that preaches modernization to other nations does anything but that at home.

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The U.S. Supreme Court, Healthcare Reform and Domestic Political Peace

How is it possible that today the Supreme Court marches backwards so steadfastly, given the supposedly self-restraining power of precedent?

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Social Media and the Revival of American Democracy

How could Facebook, YouTube and Twitter help to limit the role of money in U.S. politics?

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Peaceful Assembly Shattered, Democracy Fractured

How is the recent shooting in Arizona a failure for which no one is willing to accept any responsibility?

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Human Rights and U.S. Courts

Why should foreigners look to U.S. law and U.S. courts to address their grievances in the first place?

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