- Dow Chemical Would Rather Pay $835 Million Than Take Its Chances With a Scalia-less Supreme Court
Dow Chemical Co. has decided to settle an antitrust case for big bucks now that Antonin Scalia’s gone.
- What Would a Progressive Supreme Court Look Like?
Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, paired as it is with the 2016 election, leaves the future of the Supreme Court hanging in the balance. Yet while it’s obvious what a conservative future for the court would look like, it’s unclear what direction a progressive court would take.
- I Thought I Could Reason With Antonin Scalia: A More Naive Young Fool Never Drew Breath
I clerked for Scalia, certain he prized reason. From our leather chairs, we never saw the lives his rulings gutted.
- All white jury fails to convict white San Jose State students who abused black classmate of hate crimes
Often times when debates about white privilege come about, white individuals believe it’s a denial of their own struggles and the hard work they put into their success. But white privilege is simply getting the benefit of the doubt by those in authority and the community.