Connor Friedersdorf writes the kind of political essay I can't see anyone but a privileged white person writing. Going as far as to nearly (but not quite he says!) compare.
In addition to the appalling substantive merits, what is particularly striking about yesterday's a-strip-search-for-jaywalking-is-reasonable case is that the quality of argumentation was shoddy above and beyond the indefensibility of the.
Good. The point that "This case is about the limits of the government's ability to delegate to a religious institution the right to use taxpayer money to impose its beliefs.
Fortunately, it seems now that there will at a minimum be a serious investigation into the killing of Trayvon Martin. Should Zimmerman not be prosecuted (assuming no additional facts exonerating.
I recommend both Kevin and Adam. The standards laid out for when a targeted killing can be justified are not, in themselves, unreasonable: First, the U.S. government has determined, after.
This report by Susan Greene is a first-rate piece of work, and should be read in full. A key paragraph: Among the misperceptions about solitary confinement is that it’s used.
A couple people in comments endorsed Jason Mazzone's critique of the Ninth Circuit panel's narrow opinion ruling Prop 8 unconstitutional and asked for my reaction. To paraphrase Byron White, I.
Like Glenn, I'm dismayed by polling showing widespread support -- including among Democrats and liberals -- for arbitrary executive power in the "war on terror." But I take somewhat different.