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The Supreme Court and Technology: Why precedent doesn’t really work for the internet

The Supreme Court will be dealing with issues involving technology for years to come. But is it the appropriate body to make those decisions? The problem here is that the…

Additional suggested curriculum changes for the Texas State Board of Education

Dear Texas State Board of Education, I write today in support of your proposed changes to the standards for American history curricula across the state. In light of recent events, however,…

Supreme Court Roundup: Death and taxes (and gay marriage)

By Brandon Bub Nov. 9, 2014 This turned out to be a more of an eventful week in the legal world than I might have anticipated. Cases regarding Obamacare, gay marriage…

Supreme Court week 1 roundup: Gay marriage, voting rights, religious liberty and Amazon

The Supreme Court officially began its 2015 term on Monday. It's hard for me to think of any other term that began with so many newsworthy events, so here's a…

Dear White People: Race still matters — even in Ferguson

In the past few weeks I have come across a lot of posts in my Facebook feed about Ferguson and race that I have found highly troubling. Themes of these…

Meet the new Supreme Court term, same as the old term

So, what comes next for the Supreme Court? …

The Hobby Lobby ruling: A breakdown

Don't want to read the entire Hobby Lobby ruling? That's OK! Here's a breakdown. …

Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling on abortion clinics more nuanced than it appears

If you're a Supreme Court watcher like me, then the month of June is highly anticipated, as the Court tends to save its juiciest opinions for the final bit of…

The Supreme Court and “fighting words”: A preview of upcoming cases

The problem with writing about the Supreme Court near the end of its term is that the justices tend to save the juiciest cases for last and opinions often come…

Why Millennials love God but don’t want to go to Church

Here's something you might have missed in all the hubbub surrounding the canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II on Sunday: new research from Carnegie Mellon University suggests…

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