By Najan Farley Trayvon Martin’s shooting along with the beating death of Shaima Alawadi has elevated the serious issues of race and religion in the national discourse and consciousness. Although there are many who still debate the influence of race in the Trayvon Martin shooting, I am firmly of the opinion that race and gender were the most important factors in George … [Read more...] about Trayvon Martin and Shaima Alawadi: The Beginning of a Movement
Archives for March 29, 2012
By David Yin The mainstream media and legal blogosphere have covered the oral arguments in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act litigation (Dept. of Health and Human Services v. Florida) ad nauseam. The NYTimes certified, ”[t]here is no tea-leaf reading like Supreme Court tea-leaf reading” and excerpted commentary from notable sources: Lyle Denniston … [Read more...] about How Predictive is Oral Argument Questioning?