Congregants are forbidden from obtaining information on candidates from sources the congregants trust with the most important and intimate issues in their lives.
The obvious solution is to amend the law so that it prohibits the marginally useful and overly intrusive bulk collection program.
Nearly everyone who suffered at Burge’s hands was an African American man.
People with disabilities are still vulnerable to police mistreatment.
We would oppose § 215 even if it hadn’t been grossly misused to authorize mass metadata surveillance.
If we want to rein in excessive government spying, we cannot afford further delay.
Will ethical and moral concerns be upheld by the senators, or might this end up being just lip service?
Gender apartheid against women has not ended. In fact, it’s growing.
Have smears and slogans really taken over good and honest debate in this country?
It is time for Congress to trust the science of today rather the science of 42-years ago.