by Anthony Stahelski Perhaps the most controversial of President Trump’s executive orders was the ban against travelers from six Muslim countries. This ban reflected... Read More
All three branches of American government, on both the federal and state levels, have built in inefficiencies. The judiciary is not excluded. Some of this is structural... Read More
Vera Scroggins of Susquehanna County, Pa., was found to be in contempt of court, Thursday, and fined $1,000. Her offense? She tells the truth. Truth is something that... Read More
Are consumers and employees getting a fair shake from the courts when they institute legal challenges against corporations? Many legal scholars would say no, arguing... Read More
This article covers a recent verdict of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which declared it was unlawful to strike citizens from jury duty on the basis of sexual orientation. According to the court, homosexual citizens have just as much right to serve on a jury as everyone else.