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January 01, 2013
Blogging at Mother Jones, Adam Serwer weighs in on President Obama's possible selection of the GOP's Chuck Hagel as a replacement for Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta in spite of his repeated votes to deny servicewomen access to abortions.
Mother Jones blogger Adam Serwer says that the Justice Department's top civil rights lawyer, Thomas Perez, who has looked into crimes and police abuses for years, will investigate the Trayvon Martin shooting -- and faces one of his biggest challenges yet.
Checking in on Rush Limbaugh's misogynistic assault on Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke, Mother Jones blogger Adam Serwer says that the pundit wrongly assumes that birth control is like Viagra, whose use correlates with the amount of sexual activity.
Mother Jones' Adam Serwer checks in on GOP Sen. Roy Blunt's proposed amendment to the Affordable Care Act, which he says would expand "conscience" exemptions and allow employers to discriminate against someone with HIV or AIDS.
In response to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta's claim that Obama personally signs off on any decision to kill Americans suspected of terrorism, Mother Jones blogger Adam Serwer questions the fairness of the process.
Mother Jones blogger Adam Sewer fact-checks the debate between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich over who supports the strategy of making life so miserable for immigrants that they return home on their own.
Mother Jones blogger Adam Serwer looks at a Supreme Court case in which an Alabama inmate was abandoned by his attorney. Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas were indifferent.
Mother Jones blogger Adam Serwer analyzes Rick Santorum's views on gay rights after he used a hypothetical gay son to illustrate a point during Sunday's GOP primary debate.
Americans need to understand that the new law affects the detention of natural-born citizens suspected of terrorism, not just anonymous foreigners, Adam Serwer writes at Mother Jones.
In a blog entry at Mother Jones, Adam Serwer examines the administration's concerns that the current version of the bill would create a turf war between the military and the FBI.
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