Although the corporate personhood fiction is necessary in some instances to ensure corporations can function in our society, it takes the analogy too far to attribute human-like qualities to corporations in everything they do.
The Khattala case is evidence of the renewed trust this administration has placed in the federal court system.
Classifying Medicare hospital patients as “outpatients,” on Observation Status, means they lose coverage for medically necessary post-hospital nursing home care.
Government efforts to improve conditions often multiply the misery.
It’s not surprising people suspect corruption when the service suddenly goes after the president’s political opposition as an election nears.
Who takes the office to govern this city, at the crossroads between east and west trade, matters far beyond the borders of Georgia.
California’s tenure system was recently ruled unconstitutional after a group of students argued in court that it interfered with the government’s obligation to provide a quality education.
The recent military coup in Thailand threatens the future of democracy in one of Southeast Asia’s most pivotal countries.
What we all should fear is the deliberate tearing down and intent to destroy not only the bright future these girls were pursuing but also their ability to produce the future.
We need the political will of Eisenhower and the 84th Congress – leaders who kept talking until they agreed on a solution.