Tag: Law

“Innocent Until Proven Guilty” for All, But Not You!

Assumptions are a dangerous tool. We should be wary of the conclusion we reach when lacking evidence.

The Department of Justice Blocks AT&T Merger

The Department of Justice is filing a civil antitrust lawsuit. Here's the details.

Berkeley Braces for a Battle that Will Hopefully Never Come

Thanks to free speech, Berkeley has braced for war. Thursday, Ben Shapiro descended on UC-Berkeley to give a speech covering a multitude of topics. While speaking, he addressed matters ranging from personal responsibility to identity politics. He also took the time to denounce the Alt-Right and have an open Q&A session. Sounds dangerous, doesn't it? ...

Racism is the Disease, So What’s the Cure?

How do we cure racism? Should we even allow it legally? And what model should we use to oppose it?

Why Roe was Wrong: Part 3

With the exception of cases in which the mother’s life is in great danger, abortion is a practice which holds no firm grounds for existence in the legal or moral realms.

Uganda and its Oppression of Women

How the African country is turning a blind eye to the rights of women.

Sexual Harassment Hurts Women and the Future of the Tech Industry

By Austin Cherkas | USA Picture this: you go to college to get a degree in an industry that the people in that industry are very different than you. You get your degree and join the workforce. You love your job, and over the years you acquire a large amount of success. Then suddenly, you ...

The End of a SCOTUS Justice?

Recently, there has been much speculation about the end of Justice Anthony Kennedy's Supreme Court membership