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Federal appeals court rules against Lincoln deputies: Casey man maintains Gilliams violated civil rights during email@example.comThough they happened more than three years ago, the events still burn in Rodney Cochran’s memory like a hot coal. “I think about it every day,” Cochran said. “I think about it every time I go in to a store, see something and...
As most Americans celebrated the independence of the United States from Great Britain this past weekend it’s doubtful that organization like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) or Amnesty International...
University Press of Kentucky’s forthcoming fall titles already are attracting attention from librarians. Library Journal, a leading trade magazine for librarians, has taken notice. In their next issue, as part of their coverage of the American...
Tags: John Nelson, Elections, Activism, Social Issues, Human Interest
Guest columnistIt’s been a good month for the much-maligned, often-misunderstood principle of church-state separation. A whopping 67 percent of the American people agree that the First Amendment “requires a clear separation of church and state,”...
Within hours of last week’s mass murder in Norway, headlines around the world proclaimed the accused killer, Anders Behring Breivik, a “Christian terrorist.” The “Christian” label apparently came from initial statements by...
Tags: Terrorism, Roger Williams, Jesus Christ, Rhode Island, Crimes
It’s been a good month for the much-maligned, often misunderstood principle of church-state separation. A whopping 67 percent of the American people agree that the First Amendment “requires a clear separation of church and state,”...
Almost exactly nineteen years ago, a plane lumbered across the pocked runway of the Mogadishu airport and a young Marine, a veteran of two wars in three years, looked out of the departing plane’s window, sniffed and said, “Thirty days.”...
Tags: Somalia, Terrorism, Iraq, Human Interest, Human Rights
Winners and losers in the battle over gay marriage in New York can agree on at least one thing: Without robust protections for religious groups, the law legalizing same-sex marriages would not have passed. Eleventh-hour negotiations between Republican...
Tags: Judges, Human Interest, Human Rights, Lawyers, Rhode Island
A church-state dispute about employment discrimination argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this week doesn’t have the headline appeal of culture-war battles over “prayer in school” or crèches in courthouse lobbies. But pay close...
Throughout our history, the United States has endured periodic outbreaks of fear and hysteria — from the Red Scare to the Yellow Peril. To that ignoble list, we can now add the “Muslim Menace.” Echoing “takeover” rhetoric...
Contributing writerWith a state senator in the running for governor and redistricting on the horizon, state lawmakers returned to work Tuesday for a short session with a lot on their plate. As the state passed its two-year budget in 2010, little, if anything, will...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Judge...
Tags: Ohio, Divorce, Companies and Corporations, Judges, Louisville
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