Today marks 20 years since Asia’s murder. Like me, Asia would’ve been 31 this year. Sadly, I can only imagine what life would have been like if she were still alive: College? Kids? Would we have grown apart, or would she be like a sister to me by now? I’ll never know.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) fleeing from a state of emergency that he is supposed to help remedy is a blatant act of cowardice.
I’m mad because I also expect 45’s acquittal to be just the beginning of some TERRIBLE case law. This acquittal set, quite possibly, the worst legal precedent since Dred Scott v. Sandford.
A Black Capitol Police Officer speaks out following the Insurrection on January 6. If privilege was a person, it would look like every motherf**ker that was in there. It’s been almost 2 weeks since the TerrorInsurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol—or as I like to call it: the day the world saw just how delusional and dangerous president-sponsored white supremacists can be. Once the dust settled and the night air...
Happy Retirement, Your Honor!
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Story time: So my first job out of law school was a clerkship with a judge who I met about a year before my first semester. I considered her a great mentor — she was my first legal internship, and we stayed in touch throughout my law school tenure. There were rumors about her being absolutely terrible to her staff, but I thought the rumors were rooted in racism...