Category: Law, Crime, & Justice

Jeremy Brecher: Our Climate is a Public Trust

Can an ancient legal principle with roots in Roman law serve as a tool for the climate protection movement?

David Swanson: On Killing Trayvons

Stand-your-ground murders are facilitated by racism; and racist propaganda that blames the victims protects the killers after the fact

Paul Street: Civil Unrest?

We all need some civil unrest – a lot actually, on a mass scale, each and every day

John McNay: People’s Veto of a Union-Busting Law Holds Lessons

This November marks the third anniversary of a major labor movement victory: the defeat of Ohio’s union-busting Senate Bill 5, 62 to 38 percent, in a public referendum

Anthony Arnove: The “War of Terror” Decade

A look back at the 10 years since the September 11 attacks–and how politicians have used the tragedy

Julian Assange: Counterposed Conceptions for the Internet

Interview on the United States, NATO, Internet, and Google

Danny Schechter: A Lawsuit that Challenges the Unfairness of Bailouts

Sometimes the dirtiest of details only come out when one gang of banksters sues another

Jan Clausen: Why We Invited Mumia Abu-Jamal

How can we uncover and name the often hidden ways in which race and class assumptions are buried within these reactions?

Molly Knefel: Why are Police Using Military-Grade Weapons in High Schools?

Students lead a push to get school cops to return their artillery

Jon Swaine: Ferguson protest leaders: ‘We’ll take our anger out on people who failed us’

Organisers tell New York rally not to expect a ‘casual revolution’ and vow greater demonstrations over police shooting of teen

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