How The Supreme Court Killed Andrew Brown

Think you know your constitutional law? Here’s a pop quiz: When can a moving vehicle be considered a deadly weapon? Before I reveal the answer, a little backstory: In 2001, a Georgia sheriff’s deputy clocked 19-year-old Victor Harris going 18... Read More ›

No, History Will Not Remember

No one told me about Tulsa until I was in my 30s. I suspect I’m not the only one. Most Gen-Xers and older millennials, even those of us who went to college, didn’t have the story of how “Black Wall... Read More ›

Indiana in the Amazing Year 2025 

In the old times, before the Great Freeze, when there was still such a thing as “Indiana,” the tax man would come around, and we’d have to give him money. Then the state sold the utilities, schools and hospitals to... Read More ›

We told you so

It’s been almost five years since my colleagues and I sued then-candidate Trump for inciting violence at his campaign rallies on behalf of three protesters who were beaten up by an angry mob of white supremacists. We lost. This article... Read More ›