U.S. Supreme Court: NY's ban on charging more for credit could violate free speech - Syracuse.com

U.S. Supreme Court: NY's ban on charging more for credit could violate free speech - Syracuse.com

Five Imperatives for Better Patient Outcomes: Implications for Digital Health Technology | The Digital Health Corner

Five Imperatives for Better Patient Outcomes: Implications for Digital Health Technology | The Digital Health Corner

Supreme Court unanimously overruled Neil Gorsuch's strict interpretation of a law while he testified at his SCOTUS ... - Salon

Supreme Court unanimously overruled Neil Gorsuch's strict interpretation of a law while he testified at his SCOTUS ... - Salon

The SCOTUS decision sets a terrible precedent, but the GOP won't care until the threat of Sharia law becomes real.

The SCOTUS decision sets a terrible precedent, but the GOP won't care until the threat of Sharia law becomes real.

Charles Hamilton Houston,"The Man Who Killed Jim Crow" (if you haven't already seen this film, treat yourself. Check your local library), a renowned civil rights attorney, was widely recognized as the architect of the civil rights strategy that led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1954 decision, Brown v. Board of Education.  He was also a mentor to Thurgood Marshall who successfully litigated the pivotal Brown case.

Charles Hamilton Houston,"The Man Who Killed Jim Crow" (if you haven't already seen this film, treat yourself. Check your local library), a renowned civil rights attorney, was widely recognized as the architect of the civil rights strategy that led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1954 decision, Brown v. Board of Education. He was also a mentor to Thurgood Marshall who successfully litigated the pivotal Brown case.

Phil Donahue (2010) on Jehovah's Witnesses, Gobitis (1940) & Barnette  despite the picture it is an excellent video

Phil Donahue (2010) on Jehovah's Witnesses, Gobitis (1940) & Barnette despite the picture it is an excellent video

01/11/2012  Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’  By Greg Sargent

01/11/2012 Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’ By Greg Sargent

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