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Friday, October 25, 2019

President Donald Trump has asked the DC Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear his attempt to stop a subpoena of his longtime accounting firm, this time with Trump asking the full appellate court to reconsider his case. read more


Monday, October 21, 2019

"There hasn't been a blood test or a breath test that can determine if you're impaired by marijuana." Now there is. read more


Saturday, October 19, 2019

A federal judge's ruling on Friday temporarily blocked a Florida law giving felons who have completed their sentences their voting rights back only after they've fully paid their fines, fees, and restitution. read more


Thursday, September 26, 2019

In this extremely well written analysis, Lawfare's experts present the Trump-Zelensky memo piece by piece, explaining the context and implications of the U.S. President's phone call with another world leader: This time it's different. The misconduct cannot be dismissed as unproven; it screams off the plain text of the White House's own memorandum detailing the president's phone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart. read more


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"If #3 isn't bribery according to the now fashionable Democrat definition .. I don't know what is.
#4 | POSTED BY ANDREAMACKRIS"

Bribery now has a statutory definition, www.law.cornell.edu

However, the statute is irrelevant to bribery espoused in the impeachment clause of the Constitution because it or an equivalent did not exist. The Founders had a much broader conception of the term based on the common law, violation of the public trust for private gain.

Is that more descriptive of the reporting of Biden's actions or of the Buffoon's?

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