Today, 19 states and the District of Columbia legally bar the use of the death penalty--seven have done so in the past eight years.
Immigrants may not commit more violent crimes than natives, but there certainly are those who do.
Employment authorization is one of the greatest sources of tension around the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) debate.
He now acts more like a senator than a judge.
Locking up as many people as possible for as long as possible is neither the most effective means of ensuring public safety nor a fiscally responsible strategy.
This tribunal is the court in which citizens seek redress against the federal government for monetary claims.
No one who values words, and no one who defends Judeo-Christian civilization from the barbarians within our gates, will ever use “same-sex marriage.”
Social conservatives have attacked the Supreme Court because of how its opinion disagrees with theirs, not because of how the Court has overstepped its boundaries.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision to broadly interpret the Fair Housing Act is clearly a victory for civil rights. But why hasn’t the Supreme Court applied the same rationale to the death penalty?
The Supreme Court’s decision Friday does not usher in an era of marriage “equality.” Rather, it ushers in an era of marriage irrelevancy, at least in a legal sense.