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Paula Deen's comments are indicative of a (misguided) growing fear of racial and ethnic minorities, writes Ocen.
Republicans have waged a war on facts, especially regarding the reauthorisation of the Voting Rights Act.
Judge Antonin Scalia sees "racial entitlement" in the basic right to vote in America, writes Schecter.
As the Supreme Court hears a challenge over one section of the act, we ask if it is still necessary and why.
It's not constitutional scholarship that's missing on the right - it's knowledge of "Schoolhouse Rock", says Rosenberg.
The US Supreme Court is gearing up for another outrageous decision - to consider striking down the Voting Rights Act.
The modern US urge to torture did not begin on September 12, 2001, but can be traced back to the Cold War.
The celebrated author, playwright, politician and commentator was a leader of US literary culture for six decades.
It's Wall Street, not wage-earning women, which threatens civilisation as we know it.
Republican leaders and talk-show hosts have made it their mission to mock anyone of serious intellectual import.
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