Should Airports Use Religious and Racial Profiling?
In November of 2010, NPR decided to tackle a very much legitimate and current
controversy in a unique way. A debate was held by respected experts on whether they are
Homework #1: Would reforms to our jury system result in better court decisions?
Changing the Rules for Jurors by Ari Shapiro is a very interesting article and transcript
representing differing views on the historical
Response to death penalty question in class
Question: As we discussed in class, the death penalty is the most powerful of criminal
sanctions as well as the most controversial of criminal sanctions. Which of the arguments in
favor of or opposed to the deat
Liberal Constitutional Government
Liberal in the classical sense of promoting and protecting the liberty of the individual
The 9th amend. (1791)
The enumeration in the constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or