As the Supreme Court justices debate the meaning of marriage, social media pages are turning red.
by Kimberly Lawson | March 26, 2013
How it managed to bring people together despite constitutionalizing discrimination
by Joanne Spataro | January 01, 2013
Citizens United didn’t just screw the presidential race
by Mike Cooper | October 24, 2012
The long road to reform has been paved with the efforts of activists from around the counter - and Charlotte
by Ryan Pitkin | June 28, 2012
They heart undocumented immigrants and corporate spending on political campaigns
by Ana McKenzie | June 25, 2012
A Charlotte law student talks public safety and free speechBy Isaac Sturgill
December 13, 2011
Sending someone to the death chamber four times, then making them wait four hours is cruel and unusual punishment.
by Rhiannon Fionn | September 22, 2011
Will this data lead to prison reform?
by Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman | June 01, 2011
I'm sorry. So sorry. Please accept my apology.
by Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman | October 26, 2010
Remember when candidates said they wanted campaign finance reform? Yeah, well, they were lying.
by Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman | October 18, 2010
There are some people who keep crying about Kagan being liberal. To that I say, look at all the conservatives who are already on the Court fools.
by Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman | August 05, 2010
The South Carolina senator likes being disliked.
by Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman | July 06, 2010
President Obama nominated Solicitor General Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court earlier today, and the political circus is already in full swing.
by John Grooms | May 10, 2010
by John Grooms | April 20, 2010
by John Grooms | January 21, 2010