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The Tragicomedy of the 9/11 Trial

A report from Guantanamo Bay

Accusations that the FBI may be spying on defendents causes yet another delay.

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If you were a political billionaire, would you rather give $5,200 to every candidate, or spend endlessly advertising some partisan issue?

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There are only 3 cases in which a nation can use force against another nation. Does this pass that test? 

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In making his case for socialized law, Noam Scheiber implies that lawyers for poor and middle class clients don’t do as good a job as lawyers for rich clients.

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Unequal spending on legal services isn't a crisis, and doesn't need this solution

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The Case for Socialized Law


Inequality has bent American justice. Here's a radical way to fix it.

When a rich person can buy more justice than a normal person, it perverts society. Here's a radical idea for fixing it.

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The Presidency Comes With Executive Power. Deal With It.

Obama's just doing what he's empowered to do

Obama's just doing what he's empowered to do.

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Red States' Legally Dubious Strategy to Destroy Obamacare

Nullification by any other name...

In states with dreadful health outcomes, they're spending a lot of energy trying to keep people from signing up for health care

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This piece has been updated throughout to reflect breaking news in advance of the president's 11 a.m. speech.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a great American. She was a pioneer in the women’s rights legal movement, co-founding its first journal and lecturing on the topic as Columbia’s first tenured female law professor (my father was in her first-ever class, and recalls her as a great teacher). She was the American Civil Liberties Union’s general counsel after founding its Women’s Rights Project.

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