To be sure, the Court in Whren emphasized that the case was just about the Fourth Amendment – that it “of course agree[d] with petitioners that the Constitution prohibits selective enforcement of the law based on considerations such as race ,” and that.
Returning to bigoted speech, which is what most people use “hate speech” to mean, threatening to kill someone because he's black (or white), or intentionally inciting someone to a likely and immediate attack on someone because he's Muslim (or Christian.
In a brief statement released late Friday evening ... was found guilty of criminal contempt last month for disregarding a court order in a racial profiling case. His sentencing had been scheduled for October 5. "Not only did (Arpaio) abdicate.
Named after a Swahili term for the abduction of Africans into slavery, the film employed ominous music and grainy photographs of plantation slave quarters to condemn Planned Parenthood for leading a racist campaign of population control and eugenics.
Stephen Bannon, President Donald Trump's chief strategist, has made it clear that the Trump administration wants to see the “deconstruction of the administrative state.” While this alarming philosophy has obvious consequences domestically, it is less.
Trump took the podium after Arpaio’s brief remarks and spoke in praise of the sheriff ... court charges earlier this summer for ignoring a federal order to stop the racial profiling of Latinos, he was pardoned by Trump last Friday.
A Tulsa County jury deliberated for about an hour before awarding her the judgment for her claims of malicious prosecution and negligence. However, the state's Governmental Tort Claims Act, which the city argued shielded it from liability in the case.
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So the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court held Tuesday in Commonwealth v. Bigelow (some paragraph breaks added):. It is true that the letters were sent to Michael [Costello] at his home, a location where the homeowner's privacy is itself entitled to .
Let's be clear: Bontrager did not say that investigations never conduct on-the-ground interviews in civilian-casualty cases (consider the extensive investigation into the Kunduz hospital bombing, and the recent probe into the Mosul civilian-casualty.
People often support disciplining and even firing professors who say things that are perceived as racist on the grounds that 1) those professors can't be trusted to evaluate minority students fairly, 2) students will be afraid that they won't be judged.
And even in the unlikely event that the Saudi center is a brilliant operation, its effectiveness will ultimately be limited by the fact that it's a government-run apparatus seeking to undermine, in the case of ISIS, a charismatic and organic nonstate.