Cafe : Opinion
SCOTUS Could Deal A Blow To Regulators In 2024—With Unexpected Consequences For The Businesses They Regulate
If the Court rewrites the idea of Chevron deference, it could significantly increase the risk of uncertainty in the U.S. legal system.
Trump Conflates Patriotism And Nationalism With His ‘America First’ Agenda. But One Is Really A Betrayal Of The Other
For Truman, patriotically putting the interests of his country first meant fighting against nationalism.
New, Conservative Push To Weaken Child Labor Protections Is Gaining Steam
It comes nearly 8 decades after the US government took kids out of the workforce.
How A Supreme Court Decision 20 Years Ago Foreshadowed The End Of Affirmative Action
A 2003 Supreme Court decision upholding affirmative action planted the seeds of its overturning, as justices then and now cast racism as an easily solved problem
How 2024 GOP Candidates Contradict Themselves With Vows To Pardon Jan 6 Rioters
Despite the “tough on crime” stances taken by many conservative politicians, the use of pardons to offer criminal sanctuary likely undermines the rule of law and increases the risks of political violence.