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On This Coming Out Day, The Court Must Let the LGBTQ+ Community In
“Representation matters. I wore my father’s prayer hat, and stood at the steps of the Supreme Court, waving our flag.” - Ibrahim "Ibby" Baig On June 15th, 2020, Ibrahim “Ibby” Baig awaited, like many others, for a decision of paramount importance to (More)
Who is Behind the Bench? Insights on the US Judiciary with Retired Judge Katherine Mader
Now, perhaps more than ever, people in the United States are questioning the role of our judicial branch of government. With the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and President Trump's nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to (More)
Poland Supreme Court validates presidential election win by conservative incumbent despite irregularities
Poland's Supreme Court Monday approved the results of last month’s presidential election, allowing conservative incumbent President Andrzej Duda to continue his presidency, but also recognizing that there had been dozens of irregularities in the elec (More)
Netherlands Holocaust survivor seeks compensation from German railway for transport to Nazi camps
A Holocaust survivor in the Netherlands has filed legal claims with Germany and its national railway company demanding compensation from the company for its role in the Holocaust.Salo Muller, now 84 years old, was a child when his parents were mu (More)
Germany court convicts 93-year-old Nazi concentration camp guard
A Hamburg juvenile court convicted a 93-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard on Thursday on 5,232 counts of accessory to murder and one count of accessory to attempted murder.Bruno Dey has been given a two-year suspended sentence, bringi (More)
Empathy, Pandemic, and "America First": Legal Meanings for a Nation in Peril
"What does not benefit the entire hive is no benefit to the bee." -Marcus Aurelius, Meditations From the beginning, Donald Trump's ideology of "America First" has been misconceived. In essence, any concocted presidential notion that exploitative and (More)
Implicit Threats of Violence: The American President's "Trump Card"
"Whoever can conquer the street will one day conquer the state, for every form of power politics and any dictatorship-run state has its roots in the street." - Joseph Goebbels, Third Reich Minister of Propaganda “I have the support of the police, th (More)
German Federal Minister of the Interior bans far-right organization for its racism and anti-Semetism
Federal Interior Minister of Germany Horst Seehofer dissolved and banned the "United German Peoples and Tribes" organization, as well as its sub-group "Osnabruck Landmark" on Thursday for its racism and anti-Semitism.Minister Seehofer stated: We (More)
House approves bipartisan Holocaust education bill
On the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, the US House of Representatives voted Monday overwhelmingly in favor of the Never Again Education Act — funding created to support Holocaust education across the (More)
Former Nazi soldier faces charge after blaming victims, denying Holocaust
A former Nazi soldier was charged by German prosecutors for incitement and disparaging the memory of Nazi victims Wednesday after he made inflammatory statements in an interview broadcast on television.The accused was identified by media to be Ka (More)
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