This Week in Non-Discriminatory Housing News

This Week in Non-Discriminatory Housing News

This week, the Justice Department settled two lawsuits against defendants charged with discriminatory housing practices. The Justice Department announced Wednesday that it had settled a lawsuit against Sussex County, Delaware and the Planning and Zoning Commission of...
The Creeping Control of the Everyday

The Creeping Control of the Everyday

When we think of maintaining freedom, we most often think of restraining government. Written into the American psyche is a fear of invasion into liberty by the tyrannical power of the state. Yet government, or at least government acting alone, is not all we have to...
Sex and Tech: Notes on a Scandal

Sex and Tech: Notes on a Scandal

The Petraeus kerfuffle has occupied enough of our attention with its astounding combination of titillation, schadenfreude, espionage, and disbelief that people are still sending shirtless photos of themselves around the internet. The Onion has spoken, and this must...

2012 Ames Liveblog

Follow our 2015 Ames Finals Coverage HERE. Welcome to the CRCL Ames 2012 Liveblog! JW = Judge Wolf, JS = Justice Souter, JR = Judge Raggi...
People Before Profit

People Before Profit

Charity should be about helping people that need help. Most of the time, that’s pretty straightforward. But in the arena of food aid, the federal government finds it a little hard to grasp. Most US food aid must be US grown and shipped on US-flagged vessels....