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American Laws for American Courts
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Today I write an important column (not that the writing or writer is important; the subject is important) on a good trend going on in the states: American laws for American courts. Please read it here

Here’s the first paragraph:

The Legislature in Alabama, the home state of perhaps the single most prominent American-born jihadi, is poised to become the latest in a line of states outlawing the application of foreign laws in American courts if those laws violate American constitutional rights. The laws are desperately needed: Confused American trial court judges are surprisingly susceptible to citations of foreign standards to excuse otherwise appalling, even criminal, behavior.

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