1. Donald Trump v. Sanctuary Cities

    Can Donald Trump destroy sanctuary cities?

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  2. What's the fine when you're innocent?

    "Booking fees" and a case against Ramsey County, Minnesota now pending at the United States Supreme Court.

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  3. In 2017, will the death penalty die?

    The New York Times recently editorialized that a December 2016 Florida Supreme Court decision "is the most recent sign in a year [2016] full of them that the morally abhorrent practice of capital punishment is sliding into the dustbin of American history, where it should have been long ago."

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  4. Pledging allegiance in Trump's America

    A few caveats on the amazing, aspirational statement: "...and liberty and justice for all."

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  5. The ACLU's Auld Lang Syne

    What's an auld lang syne, anyway?

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  6. Remembering the My Lai massacre

    Remembering the 3-man helicopter crew whose audacious intervention prevented even more bloodshed, who upheld American values and international law, during the My Lai massacre of 500 unarmed Vietnamese civilians.

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  7. Back by popular demand- the ACLU carolers!

    Some claim that the ACLU is against Christmas because we and other groups that believe in religious freedom fight to maintain the First Amendment guarantee of a wall of separation between church and state.

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  8. A private meeting with Donald Trump

    "He lacked a basic knowledge of the Constitution." Evan McMullin, a former CIA officer and a presidential candidate, warns of Trump’s threat to the Constitution.

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  9. Right this injustice, President Obama

    The government sent Ethel Rosenberg to death even though they knew she was innocent.

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  10. Trump v. Clinton: the recount

    What are we to make of Jill Stein's petitions for recounts in several states? The integrity of the election results and their perceived legitimacy matter.

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