Category Archives: Law

Supreme Court Review

Top U.S. Supreme Court Decisions of 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court returned to full strength in 2017 with the nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch. He was sworn in on April 10, 2017, despite a Democratic filibuster. As expected, Justice Gorsuch has voted very conservatively since joining the bench. The Trump Administration has

NJ Gas Tax

NJ Gas Tax Makes Tesla an Attractive Option

In States like New Jersey where cars are a necessity rather than a luxury, one would not think a gas tax is a fair source for state revenue.  When the NJ State Legislature decided otherwise and voted for a 23-cent per gallon gas tax, electric


Project Celebrates What the Constitution Means to Americans

The U.S. Constitution has taken center stage in several recent political battles and high-profile lawsuits, highlighting that it has become a symbol as well as the document upon which our Democratic Republic is based. For many Americans, the Constitution has deep personal meaning as well.

Do We Need Nine Supreme Court Justices?

Even after the November election Sen. Ted Cruz vowed to continue to block the appointment of a replacement Supreme Court justice. The Republican senator maintains that the country’s highest court does not need nine members to operate and may even be better off with fewer

The Legacy of SDS Organizer Tom Hayden

The Legacy of SDS Organizer Tom Hayden

Tom Hayden, best known for his ardent social activism, recently passed away at the age of 76. Hayden, who helped found Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), spent his life advocating against war and injustice. The Nation magazine named Hayden one of the 50 greatest