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All together we are not sure if the power trips, and ring-rights between President Obama and Supreme Court Justice Scalia can get any better. For those who lost a chunk of change on the recent Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Timothy … Continue reading
While a black preacher told 100 immigration protesters that incarcerated blacks and detained immigrants faced similar challenges, Jesse Morgan stood to one side of the May Day demonstrators, holding a large sign that read “Radical Queers Resist.” (See Madison on … Continue reading
Just as the U.S. Supreme Court begins to hear arguments about Arizona’s hard-line immigration law, a study pops up that says illegal immigration from Mexico is a diminishing problem. Most of us hope that this is the case; however, given … Continue reading
A federal judge has temporarily blocked yet another provision of Arizona’s controversial SB 1070 immigration measure from being enforced. The 2010 law made it a crime for a person to block traffic when seeking or offering work on streets. U.S. … Continue reading
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider rolling back university affirmative action programs, re-entering a racially charged debate by accepting an appeal from a rejected white applicant to the University of Texas. The appeal takes aim at a 2003 Supreme … Continue reading