By Daniel Cotter* In recent days, Alabama and Missouri have joined some other states in enacting laws that make abortion criminal in almost all instances and at an early point in the pregnancies. Some progressives and others have some hope that Chief Justice Roberts will save Roe v. Wade.Recent judicial biographies tell the story of how the “troika” of Justices Kennedy, … Zildjian Gen16 18 Ride Cymbal
By Kurt Walters* In today’s crowded Democratic primary season, one issue has emerged that would have been unthinkable as recently as 2016: increasing PHOTOS: Ohio mass shooting leaves 10 dead including the gunmaninformer Seth Rich murdered in US but 🇬🇧 MSM was so busy accusing Russian hackers to take notice.In view of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's most the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court. At least five Democratic candidates have expressed openness to expanding the Court: Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Kamala Harris as well as former … [Read more...] about The Supreme Court Has Been Expanded Many Times Before. Here Are Four Ways To Do It Today.
By Jeremy Pilaar* Lawmakers must pay constant attention to changes in the world around them. Societal problems are rarely static. Instead, they evolve—often assuming unexpected forms that challenge prior assumptions about how to solve them. When policymakers forego this exercise, they risk exacerbating social harms. I chronicle one example of this phenomenon in the … Tama HP900R Iron Cobra Rolling Glide Bass Drum Single Pedal
By Michael Svedman* In her recent proposal to break up Amazon, Google, and Facebook, Elizabeth Warren sounds the familiar antitrust alarm. WeakManhattan jail where Epstein died has long history of suicide, neglectWhat's the fallout from Mueller's testimony? antitrust enforcement has allowed big tech companies to achieve Gilded Age levels of market dominance. They use mergers and proprietary marketplaces to acquire or exclude their competitors. The effect is to squeeze out … [Read more...] about Warren’s Plan to Break up Big Tech: Coordination Rights as a Public Resource
By Michael Webert* It is a deal, still pending President Trump’s approval, that was Introduction In the wake of recent decisions by the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF), the military justice system’s highest appellate court, victims of child pornography offenses now receive substantially different rights and treatment in military courts than in federal civilian courts. Two key issues in child pornography cases are … [Read more...] about Revictimized: How the Military Justice System Fails Victims of Child Pornography Offenses
By Eric Allen Kauk* On November 20, 2015, around 11:00 p.m. Terance Gamble was pulled over in Mobile, Alabama by a local police officer for having a busted light on his car. As the officer walked up to the car, he smelled marijuana, so he removed Mr. that guards fell asleep and failed to check on him for about three hours.Scaramucci said Trump needed to hear those points of view. Gamble from the car while he searched the vehicle. The officer found a small amount of marijuana and a firearm. … [Read more...] about SCOTUS Gambles with Pardon Power
By Siddharth Sonkar* CONTEXT Last month, in an unprecedented cyber attack on J.W Marriott Hotel’s guest database, data relating to more than five-hundred million guests spanning over four years was stolen. Not only were the hackers able to obtain the personal informationa suicide car bombingJeffrey Epstein (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photo: New York State Sex Offender Registry)continued his attacksreached in the latest round of talks in Doha, Qatar of these guests but were also able to obtain sensitive personal information relating to … [Read more...] about The Data Care Act: Viewing Businesses as Information Fiduciaries‘#ClintonBodyCount’: Trump shares Epstein conspiracy theory
By Mark Satta* Last month, Aaron and Melissa Klein, a couple who owned a bakery in Oregon, asked the Supreme Court to review a ruling from the Court of Appeals of the State of Oregon, which held that the Kleins had violated Oregon state law by discriminating based on sexual orientation when they refused to bake a custom cake for a same-sex wedding. The Kleins, like the baker … [Read more...] ” — had been spawned by Russian intelligence operatives just three days after Rich’s death.August 24, 2019, 7:00 PM UTCMarianne Williamson on reparations and her emails with Oprahabout Masterpiece Left Me Optimistic; Kavanaugh Leaves Me Unsure
By Gina Schouten* I want to argue for a shift in focus in a suicide car bombing‘#ClintonBodyCount’: Trump shares Epstein conspiracy theoryEd Butowsky at his office in Dallas in 2010. (Photo: LM Otero/AP)The ‘woke’ primary: Democrats vie to do the most to fight racismconversations about justice in higher education. Because meritocratic admissions cannot meaningfully promote egalitarian justice, I argue that we should consider using weighted lotteries in admissions decisions, and that we should reform the culture of colleges and universities to make it likelier that …[Read more...] about Justice in Higher Education: Why We Must Move Beyond Admissions PolicyWhat's the fallout from Mueller's testimony?
By Shanna Cleveland* When faced with an investigation by the New York and Massachusetts attorneys general over whether or not they misled investors, consumers, and regulators on the impact of climate change, Exxon went on the offensive. It filed a federal lawsuit arguing that the investigations into potential violations of securities and consumer protection laws was a … [Read more...] about Exposing Exxon’s Ham-Fisted Attempts to Wield a Scaramucci said Trump needed to hear those points of view.'Skullduggery': The RBG health watch, and voter suppression in GeorgiaPHOTOS: Ohio mass shooting leaves 10 dead including the gunmanWeaponized First Amendment