Docket #16-008: Next year has to be better… right?

In this episode:

The Supreme Court is set to decide how fair a fair trial needs to be; What Attorney General Jeff Sessions would mean for the legalization movement; It’s been a tough year for the International Criminal Court, so I sat down for a chat with Roger Clark, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee who […]

Docket 14-001: Legislative Prayer

This episode, a church in North Carolina turns the tables on the far right, some old white guys in D.C. can’t work their smart phone, and Boko Haram threatens to sell nearly 300 kidnapped school children into slavery. It’s a bit of a shift in tone from the earlier stories, but that’s can’t really be helped. Finally, thanks to the Town of Greece, New York, we’ll take an in-depth look at the Establishment Clause in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and whether there’s any way to square it with the practice of legislative prayer. […]