Can Obama Refuse to Protect the Defense of Marriage Act?

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By Jacob Paul, From Volume 2, Issue 2 n February 2011, Attorney General Holder sent a letter to House Speaker Boehner stating that...

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Congressional Finance Campaign Reform: Balancing Free Speech and State Interest

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By Namir Shah, From Volume 2, Issue 2 On January 21, 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States decided in Citizens United v. Federal...

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Democracy for Appalachia?

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By Rachael Styer, From Volume 2, Issue 2 At 10:30 in the morning on April 21, 2011, Supervisor John Flesher from the West Virginia...

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Security in Discourse or Terror in Disguise?

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By Michael Magdzik, From Volume 2, Issue 10 Holder: Background and the Court’s Reasoning In a world where non-state actors constitute...

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A New Legal Framework against Terrorism: A National Security Court, Part I

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By Julio Guillermo Garzon It has become an accepted understanding that the United States is engaged in an unconventional war against...

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Juvenile Justice: Why Juvenile Life Without Parole Sentences are a Mistake

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By Katherine Aragon, From Volume 2, Issue 1 Bobby’s Story Bobby Hines was 15 when he, 19-year-old Christopher Young and 16-year-old...

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