Monthly Archives: May 2014

Is the U.S. giving up its support of the rule of law?

Note: I’m giving over today’s blog to distinguished anti-death penalty attorney, Marshall Dayan.  Here’s what Marshall has to say about the rule of law in contemporary America: Americans are rightfully proud of our historical leadership when it comes to support

Supreme Court makes a major mistake by allowing Christian prayers before public meetings

I’m still flabbergasted at the naiveté—or perhaps lack of experience in the world—displayed by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in his majority opinion upholding the right of upstate New York government officials to say Christian prayers before town meetings. Kennedy