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Brett Kavanaugh Once Said He Thought a President Could Pack the Supreme Court
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How to Build a Campaign Finance Case Against Donald Trump and Michael Cohen
Judge Reinhardt Was a Tireless Defender of the Powerless
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Trump Picks Mass-Incarceration Advocate Obsessed With “Black-on-Black” Crime for Job Setting Federal Sentences
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Justice Alito Just Signaled the Supreme Court’s Conservatives Might Not Consider Immigrants to Be People
How the NRA Pioneered the Right-Wing Art of Demonizing the Media
How Marriage Equality Paved the Way for Anti-Gay Employment Discrimination to Be Ruled Illegal
The Supreme Court Is Reconsidering Campaigning at the Ballot Box. Justice Scalia Got It Right the First Time.
The DOJ Is Moving Toward Absolute Control by Trump Loyalists. That Should Terrify You.