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Bastrop State Park

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On September 5, 2011
I love traveling. Seeing the world might mean more to me than almost any other thing I enjoy–reading, music, film, Oregon football, baseball. Maybe not good beer or bourbon, but it’s pretty close. While I love traveling overseas, I also am deeply enamored of seeing this wonderful country. I do my best to see all […]

State Courts: The Darker Side

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On September 18, 2009

For less encouraging news about state judiciaries, we can turn to the state of Texas, where a man was sentenced to death in a trial in which the prosecutor and presiding judge were having an affair. Y

Credit Where Due

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On April 18, 2009

Erik makes an important point; Texas has thus far seceded from two different countries in order to defend the right of white people to own black people. In that context, seceding in order to maintain

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