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Leading Civil Rights Advocates Challenge FCC Rule Comprising Constitutional Freedoms

The nation’s largest civil rights groups recently wrote the Federal Communications Commission protesting a proposed staff recommendation that would require respondents to Commission proceedings...

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Value of Diversity in Higher Education

On Monday, June 24, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in the Fisher v. UT Austin case. In that case,...

“Human Life Amendment” Outlawing All Abortions Set for GOP Platform

The abortion issue is set to make a comeback in the 2012 elections beyond the dust up of the Todd Akin "legitimate rape" comments...

Freedom, James Holmes, Chicago, the NRA, Columbine and Fundamental Change

Whether it is Chicago or Colorado, gun violence is gripping the nation. Yet, we have to decide: is it enough to change our nation...

Should We Be Turning Away Mexican Tourists?

Mexican tourists spent $9 billion in the U.S. Why do some politicians want to keep them out?

Race Matters in #Trayvon Martin Case

Why is Bill Belichick’s hoodie a symbol of solidarity in Boston, but a symbol of violence and fear when Black folks wear it?

#Obamacare and the Black Vote

Don't bet on the Supreme Court being intellectually honest about the Affordable Care Act

Supreme Court Rules Warrant Needed for GPS Tracking

Call it a victory for privacy.  Last week, in one of its sessions most anticipated rulings, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police erred...

MLK and the GOP Candidates: An Arc that Breaks

by Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union It’s been 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. transformed the United States by bringing the...

Is Ohio’s New “Guns-in-Bars” Law a Smart Move?

The Buckeye State will let you carry a firearm into a bar - so long as you don't drink. Good luck with that, fam.