Nine months after the Boston Marathon bombings, emotions may still be too raw for a full-throated debate over Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision to seek the death penalty for the sole surviving suspect in the case. Few people want to be accused of having sympathy for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.But there are legal and constitutional questions raised by the prosecution that ought to be considered in the courts, in Congress and in the nation’s law schools.
EDCCC member talks about the importance of the 1/2-cent economic development sales tax.
Editor bids farewell to readers.
The Iraqi city of Fallujah was taken over by Sunni extremists in 2004, and the U.S. Marines were sent in to take it back. They succeeded, at a cost of 95 Marines killed, thousands of Iraqi casualties and the destruction of most of Fallujah’s 50,000...
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