The Rule of Law — but is it Fair?

We are said to be a nation that respects the “rule of law.”  But what happens when the law is used by those in power to disenfranchise the powerless.  As one who is familiar with the legal system, all too ...

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Thoughts on the state of America’s education

All over the world this week, the death of Nelson Mandela and his weighty contributions to the advancement of human rights have been the focus of many discussions. Some of these discussions have been heated, and some have been cordial. ...

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Cordele Judges Settle Case Over Court Closures

6:29 pm, November 4th, 2013 Superior Court judges in the Cordele Judicial Circuit have settled a class action suit filed by the Southern Center for Human Rights on behalf of people who claimed they were unconstitutionally barred from court hearings. ...

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