John Greenya, a widely respected Washington-based writer, and the author or co-author of more than two dozen books, writes frequently about the law. His books include: Gorsuch: The Judge Who Speaks for Himself; The Real David Stockman; Blood Relations; and Silent Justice: The Clarence Thomas Story.
As organized sports get pushed further out of reach of many poorer kids, one former college hoops star wants to even the playing field.
The former president of Common Cause and the preeminent voice of public advocacy explains why he still has hope for the labor movement, surveys the state of modern partisanship, defends lobbying as a (potentially) noble calling, and declares there’s really nothing wrong with Kansas.
As even the commercial-speech evolution of the mute Clarence Thomas fairly shouts, this is one business-friendly Supreme Court.
How about a three-year degree? Or a school year without summer vacation? Should we pay professors less? Are these heresy, or common sense ways to reform the university system in the United States?
Experts say a seven-game World Series will see three-and-a-half broken bats.
WANTED, Home care providers: flexible hours, good working conditions, low pay, age irrelevant, bring own insurance.
An inexpensive part of the federal effort to dig America out of the subprime crisis appears to have promise.
Pink slips, salary cuts, delayed starts and other woes hit the U.S. legal profession hard in this recession.