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"The Twisted Way Educators Are Seeking Diversity In Education"

August 31, 2019
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on colleges removing portraits of founders and prize winners in the name of diversity.

"China's Prisons Swell After Deluge of Arrests Engulfs Muslims"

August 31, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by The New York Times on how the arrest increases in China makes it almost impossible for judges to give fair hearings.

"The Necessary Vulnerability Of Celebrating Your Birthday As An Adult"

August 30, 2019

Robert Brauneis' research on the legal history of the "Happy Birthday" song is mentioned by Quartz.

"Payback Time as Victims of Opioid Scandal Turn to Courts"

August 30, 2019

Peter H. Meyers is quoted by The Times (London) on the game-changing ruling against Johnson & Johnson in an opioid crisis case.

"Warren Buffett, Now 89, On a Lifelong Success Factor That Few Other Billionaires Are Willing To Credit"

August 30, 2019
Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted by CNBC on how Warren Buffett's thoughts on life draw from John Rawls' philosophy in "A Theory of Justice."

"Johnson & Johnson Opioid Lawsuit: A Victory Won On Shallow Legal Grounds"

August 30, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for USA Today on the challenges facing opioid litigation due to the lack of viable legal theory of recovery.

“James Comey Wants An Apology? This Is Myth Becoming Madness."

August 29, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill on James Comey's ethical reputation after the Justice Department report.

“China Intercepts WeChat Texts From US And Abroad, Researcher Says"

August 29, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by NPR on China's control over technology companies in its country.

"No Easy Solutions to the Scourge of Demand-side Bribery"

August 27, 2019

Jessica Tillipman writes for The FCPA Blog on the Foreign Extortion Prevention Act, a proposed law that would prosecute corrupt foreign officials.

"Opioid Lawsuit Echoes This Country's Legal History With Big Tobacco"

August 26, 2019

Peter H. Meyers is quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group on why the drug industry, doctors, and federal regulators are all to blame in the opioid crisis.

"Ginsburg Again Leaves Supreme Court With an Uncertain Future"

August 24, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the absence of a constitutional rule to deal with incapacities on the Supreme Court.

"Pelosi’s Go-Slow Impeachment Strategy Is Tested in Fight Over Trump’s Bank Records"

August 23, 2019
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Bloomberg on the potential consequences of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's impeachment inquiry into the president.

"Democrats Should Stop Infighting and Start Attacking Donald Trump"

August 23, 2019

Alan B. Morrison writes for The Hill on the many issues Democratic candidates differ more with President Trump than with each other.

"No, It Is Not Racist To Question Birthright Citizenship"

August 22, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the ambiguity of the 14th Amendment in regards to birthright citizenship.

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