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Immigration Politics at the Court - The New York Times

Immigration Politics at the Court

What you need to know about Monday's hearing in the Supreme Court immigration case - Vox

Former Alabama Death Row Inmate Freed on Evidence of Innocence "Glad to Be Alive" | Death Penalty Information Center

Former Alabama Death Row Inmate Freed on Evidence of Innocence "Glad to Be Alive"

Do people become more prejudiced as they grow older?

Do people become more prejudiced as they age?

Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch and Brock Peters as Tom Robinson in To Kill a Mockingbird

CNS News - Scalia - "this court is a threat to American democracy."

2 members of Supreme Court 'targeted by U. spies' Shock claim: Intel agencies 'harvested' personal data VERY INTERESTING!

WE NEED CONFIDENCE IN VOTING!!! Am I the only one who wants clean elections, and ALL VOTES TO BE VALID??!!!

Court Strikes Down GOP-Backed Voting Restrictions In North Carolina

Early voting starts Thursday in North Carolina, even as the state has pushed to move early voting sites farther away from college campuses. The Republican-dominated North Carolina State Board of Elections, among other efforts, has sought to remove.

WASHINGTON — After six years, three U.S. Supreme Court cases and dozens of failed repeal efforts in Congress, the Affordable Care Act remains the law of the land, but opponents are still fighting it. Their next opportunity to chip away at President Barack Obama’s signature domestic policy achievement comes Wednesday. That’s when the Supreme Court hears oral arguments that pit faith-based groups’ rights to follow religious tenets against women’s right to access free birth control. Bishop…

Bishop Zubik lead plaintiff in Obamacare challenge in Supreme Court

1964 - President Lyndon Johnson announced his War on Poverty.

50 years later, war on poverty has new battle lines

January 1964 - Lyndon Johnson's first State of the Union address, 6 weeks after the assassination of President Kennedy. In this speech to the U. Congress President Johnson "declared unconditional war on poverty.

Tagg Romney: Mitt 'Wanted To Be President Less Than Anyone I've Met'

Tagg Romney: Mitt 'Wanted To Be President Less Than Anyone I've Met'

Gov. Nathan Deal said he would veto the "religious liberty" legislation on Monday. Bob Andres/AJC Photo

BREAKING: Nathan Deal vetoes Georgia’s ‘religious liberty’ bill

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