If the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, one of the socially conservative justices who is almost certain to vote in favor of that is Justice Amy Coney Barrett — who has made no secret of her anti-abortion views. Barrett expressed her opposition to abortion during her pre-Supreme Court days when she signed a letter by what became Right to Life Michiana, an anti-abortion group. And according to Guardian reporter Stephanie...
Illinois’ Safe Haven Law offers new parents the option to safely and legally give up their child.
Reader is frustrated that her daughter-in-law seems distant from the family. Things have only gotten colder after she ranted about it to her son.
Silicon Valley titan Chamath Palihapitiya doesn’t care about the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights violations because they happen in China.
Joe Biden and his cronies have a never-ending need to prove their “Wokeness.” In their latest attempt, the Food and Drug Administration decreed racial minorities will get preference over Whites in receiving the limited supplies of critica
A Chicago police officer hands out informational pamphlets on how to anonymously give information to police that could help in solving crimes, during a town hall meeting at Lavizzo Elementary School Nov. 29 in Chicago, after recent violence in the Roseland neighborhood that left an eighth grader and his mother dead in two separate shooting incidents. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Bulgaria’s laws on secret surveillance breach the European human rights convention
Presidential aspirant Manny Pacquiao said on Saturday evening that the equal enforcement of the law among is the right way to unite the country, adding that this is a key factor in determining the country's future.
University of Pennsylvania law Professor Amy Wax.
Recently, Philadelphia Councilman David Oh wrote a letter urging the University of Pennsylvania to review Professor Amy Wax's "role with the university." More recently, PennLaw Dean Ted Ruger announced that he will begin a formal sanction process against Wax. Erich Makarov, a 3L at UPenn who was in Wax's class, wrote a letter in response to Oh, that also addresses the issues in Ruger's announcement. Erich asked me to post his letter, which I do here:
Starting next year, 800,000 legal permanent residents will be eligible to vote in municipal elections.