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People v. Solayao G.R. No. 119220 September 20, 1996 262 SCRA 255 (1996)

Facts: SPO3 Jose Niño, narrated that at about 9:00 o’clock in the evening of July 9, 1992, with CAFGU members, they were to conduct an intelligence patrol as required of them by their intelligence officer to verify reports on the presence of armed persons roaming around the barangays. 422 more words

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The Rabbi’s teach that everyone – me, you… everyone – *must* “come out of Egypt.” There is a great deal of spiritual depth in that idea. 120 more words

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Feeding the anti-gun agenda.

Signs seen in the March for Life.

“Wayne LaPierre, you suck”  “Repeal the Second Amendment” “The NRA kills kids”  “Arrest the NRA”  “18th century laws don’t work in the 21st century” “Disarm America”  “Teachers don’t need guns”  “Books not guns” “End gun ownership” “Marco Rubio has blood on his hands” and on and on. 884 more words


Fighting the Good Fight

The Honorable Judge Shira Scheindlin

Nikita Srivastava (’19)

Advocate. Lawyer. Engaged citizen.

These are only a few words Professor Janet Moore used to describe the Honorable Shira Scheindlin, U.S. 929 more words

Race Discrimination

TGIF – March 2, 2018

Smoke and mirrors?

A number of Democrats still want to repeal the tax cuts, including Nancy Pelosi and California Democrat Rohit Khanna, who was quoted in… 628 more words


Stop and Frisk

In the 1968 Supreme Court case Terry v. Ohio, the court ruled that stop and frisk laws were constitutional on the grounds that an officer “is entitled for the protection of himself and others in the area” to search individuals for dangerous weapons that could be used against the officer. 543 more words


Black folks' demands for DA Larry Krasner

There was a celebratory feel to Larry Krasner’s inauguration as Philadelphia’s new district attorney, because, as Krasner phrased it, his ascension to the office was the culmination of a movement. 125 more words