Running down the latest “known knowns” with just a bit of analysis
Two April Fool’s Day orders are no joke. And they’re apparently causing confusion.
Right wing protestors are expected to attempt to create (more) gridlock in the capitol later today.
The reactions to a verdict that were predictable (indeed, predicted) are over the top.
Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
President Trump’s destruction of longstanding norms continues under his successor.
Rogue cops, racial profiling, tainted cases, and the lack of consequences.
What at first blush appears a case of hypocrisy and cancel culture is a violation of professional ethics.
A 7-2 decision by the highest court in the land is less decisive than the numbers suggest.
The 6-3 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch and joined by Chief Justice Roberts defies conventional wisdom.
He’s doubling down on hypocrisy.
We need a better vocabulary for treating the spectrum between rude and horrific.
To defang impeachment is an invitation for presidents to ignore the rule of law.
The President of the United States has sent a bizarre, rant-filled letter to the Speaker of the House. Revealing just how unbalanced he actually is.
After arguing for a month about an “unfair” impeachment process, the WHite House is saying ‘no thanks’ to an invitation to participate in the next round of impeachment hearings.
The House Judiciary Committee is ready to begin its phase of impeachment hearings after Thanksgiving.
Today the House of Representatives approved the procedures for the impeachment proceeding against the President.
The GOP’s efforts to defend the President are becoming more desperate and pathetic by the day.
When the facts make for a poor defense, attack the process.
The White House is doubling down on its illegitimate stonewalling of valid Congressional document requests.
A Federal Judge in Virginia has found the terrorist watch list unconstitutional.
President Trump’s first Supreme Court appointment has joined the liberal bloc on several cases.
The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s sex offender registry violates due process protections in the state and Federal Constitutions.
A Federal Judge in Mississippi has blocked Mississippi’s law that purports to ban abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat.
In military justice Bizarroland, Rep Duncan Hunter intentionally commits “reverse UCI.”
The Vermont socialist likes to invent rights that don’t exist.
A student in Florida has been charged with creating a disturbance after declining to recite the Pledge Of Allegiance in class.
The Supreme Court issued a ruling that places new limits on civil asset forfeiture by state and local government.
In a replay of last week, Virginia’s top Democrats are calling on a state official to resign. This time, though, it’s Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax.
Federal employees deemed “essential” missed a paycheck yesterday in violation of US labor law.
As expected, Bill Cosby’s lawyers have filed an appeal of his conviction earlier this year on sexual assault charges.
The Supreme Court appears ready to impose at least some limits on civil asset forfeiture at the state level.
A Mississippi law that seeks to ban most abortions after 15 weeks was struck down by a Federal District Court Judge.
The White House and CNN have settled the dispute over Jim Acosta’s press pass, but future conflict between this Administration and the press corps seems inevitable.
Despite a court ruling that says otherwise, the Trump White House appears prepared to once again revoke the press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.