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When authorities are at the ready to detonate a suspicious backpack but are also willing to shut down a Muslim surveillance program, is our level of fear justified?
The president is right to speak out, but he needs to preach to someone other than the converted.
The hastily composed plan for public campaign financing in this year’s state comptroller election is destined to fail.
It is not draconian prison sentences for drug offenders that win the “war on drugs”, but addiction treatment.
The Court's recent ruling means more special interest money and corruption will likely flood state politics, with average voters left even further behind.
This page features North Carolina Supreme Court television advertisements from the 2014 election cycle.
Not only does data-mining pose risks to civil liberties, but there is substantial consensus among scientists and national security experts that the use of big data is ineffective in fighting terrorism.
The Supreme Court's McCutcheon v. FEC decision further increases the influence of big money in elections. But McCutcheon is just the latest in a long string of cases weakening campaign finance rules.
Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Delaware
The Brennan Center joins nearly 50 groups in a letter urging Congress to pass the USA FREEDOM Act, a bill severely limits the type of Americans' data the government is allowed to collect in bulk.