Abdur'Rahman v. Bredesen appeared to be a clear-cut test of that method, in a case with a full record and the lack of a last-minute challenge before an execution. The Court's denial was thus a clear signal that the Court is unprepared, for now at least, to review the claim that the particular drug protocol can result in severe pain to the individual being put to death.
I read the first two paragraphs about Gaza's children and stopped because it's another Palestinian…
john, I think you are probably putting Descartes before the horse again.
"Cogito ergo sum"
A brief excerpt from john's "A Summer Missive to PITW."
Teachers have had no bargaining rights law in Tennessee, since 2011, when the EPNA was…
The Scott Desjarlais campaign will catch fire any day now. . . .