Tag Archives: Law

Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder

Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder By Lisa Marie Basile Amanda Knox is innocent of murder. As a reader, you may have already chosen a side, since some have made this a battle … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia or: How I Learned to Stop Ranting and Love the Assault Weapon

Justice Scalia or:  How I Learned to Stop Ranting and Love the Assault Weapon by Juliet L. Ensign-Neary Twenty-seven words, and our interpretation of them, have dominated the national dialogue since the December 14, 2012, mass-murder of children at Sandy … Continue reading

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Sin’s Fatal Taint: the Felony Murder Rule and its Discontents

Sin’s Fatal Taint: the Felony Murder Rule and its Discontents by Okla Elliott We’ve all heard of outdated laws that remain on the books from earlier times — such as laws about how many pigs are allowed inside a house … Continue reading

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