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Why the ad hominem attacks against Amy Coney Barrett don’t preserve RBG’s legacy

Graphic by Alex Hanks
Bella Nieto, Assistant News Editor October 20, 2020

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ushered in movements of grief and outrage, both because of the loss of an icon for feminism and the Trump administration’s politicization of Ginsburg’s passing....

Public charge rule echoes xenophobia

Public charge rule echoes xenophobia
Ana Lorant, Staff Writer February 4, 2020

The Trump administration is making headway on their aggressive anti-immigration stance after a 5-4 Supreme Court decision, on Monday, Jan. 27, in favor of implementing a new public charge rule that would...

Young Americans for Freedom protest in front of McKinney Humanities building

A sign made by a protestor: Confirm Kavanaugh
Arnulfo Caballero October 10, 2018

‘Confirm Kavanaugh’ UTSA’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) held a protest in front of the McKinney Humanities Building on Oct. 4 to express their views on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s...

Kavanaugh Confirmation Catastrophe

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Rudy Sanchez October 10, 2018

On Saturday, Oct 6, the United States Senate voted (50-48) to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the 114th Supreme Court Justice after an FBI investigation concluded they could not find any sufficient evidence...

Critique of the Week: Hon. Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh
Chase Parsons October 3, 2018

I would hope that nearly everyone at UTSA is aware of what has been going on in American politics in the last few weeks. The most disturbing of these developments has been the political assassination of...

Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage cases

April 2, 2013

Last December, the Supreme Court decided it would include two cases on the 2013 docket that would have major implications on the status of same-sex marriage in the United States. The cases...

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