It's time Justice Antonin Scalia -- and his ideological soul mates in the Tea Party -- honored the whole Constitution, including all the Amendments that make the Constitution the great and enduring document it is today.
In his new book, George Bush admits to having approved waterboarding. This admission has created a difficult dilemma for the current administration. Torture is a federal crime punishable by up to twenty years in prison.
The Bank of North Dakota has garnered attention for its continued profitability. Momentum is building for a sane kind of banking system that works for the people and state instead of the bottom line of banks and shareholders.
21st century journalism will be about controlling and having access to the "stack" -- taking vast amounts of raw information and transforming it into useful material for telling interesting and important stories.
The Constitution of the United States set out rules of the game for an utterly different eighteenth century polity, society and economy. Their rules have never adapted and, frankly, cannot be adapted, to a modern democracy.
The dispute over the mosque is a lot like a hypothetical German-American march. Just as it would be wrong to treat all German-Americans as if they are Nazis, so too is it wrong to treat all Muslims as if they support terrorism.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is famous for being a stickler about the words of the Constitution, but he tends to apply this approach selectively, or not at all, when it comes to the 14th Amendment.