Closing the courts, shutting down dissent, and violating the rights of whistleblowers. These are not the actions of an open, free society.
Property Rights, Indiana-Style
Indiana’s justices have replaced constitutional property rights with ad hominem politics. Replacing them starts with better governors.
Indiana’s Irrational Ballot Access System
Opposing the potential 2024 retention of the Chief Justice Loretta Rush will be key to preventing disability discrimination bad blood in Indiana courts.
Disability Employment Awareness Month
As the month of October comes to a close, it is worth considering how Disability Employment Awareness Month applies to the State of Indiana.
Ballot Access Candidates: A National Mandate
Another election is about to come and go, but the results for smaller parties depend on the results in certain races.
On Gerrymandering And Judicial Democracy
I am against gerrymandering and want to see every instance of it abolished so Americans have more equality and power when they vote.
Courts: Enemies of Democracy and Equality?
It has never been the lawyers causing all the trouble. Instead, it is courts that promise the world and [yet] yield so little justice.
Camp Lejeune Victim Or Scammer?
My work and cases are evidence of a work ethic he likely has never experienced before, not evidence of me being a scammer.
Camp LeJeune Act Passes, Biden Signed on August 10, 2022
Every child and spouse or former spouse of any veteran should have health coverage and it should apply no matter where they live.
2022: Year Of Radical Change For Camp Lejeune Justice
Indiana has been a purple state dominated and oppressed by Republicans who stack every deck in their own favor, all three branches.