Courts and Law

The War Against Far-Right Extremists

Donald Trump may be out of the Oval Office, but the right-wing extremists he enabled and incited to violence on…

Read More »

The Case for the Senate to Convict Trump in Impeachment II

On January 13, 2021, the House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump for the second time. As of the date…

Read More »

Congress Can’t – Not Just Won’t, CAN’T – Overturn the Election

There is less than meet’s the eye in Trump’s anticipated last stand in Congress on January 6, 2021.    This…

Read More »

The Case to Prosecute Trump After He Leaves Office

Should President Trump be prosecuted for crimes after he leaves office? There is no single overarching answer to this question.…

Read More »

The Constitution Can’t Protect U.S. Democracy From Trump

Ever since the day Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, the conventional wisdom has…

Read More »

Decoding Barr’s Threat to State Coronavirus Orders

Attorney General William Barr has warned state and local authorities not to go “too far” with their coronavirus-related restrictions.  Barr…

Read More »

Fire at Will: The Supreme Court May Soon Declare Open Season on LGBTQ Employees

While we’re all focused almost exclusively on the COVID-19 crisis, a case with potentially disastrous consequences for the LGBTQ community…

Read More »

Trump Impeachment Epitaph: Constitutional Jury Nullification

Even in a “trial” without witnesses, the House managers presented overwhelming evidence that Trump was guilty as charged.  Everyone knew…

Read More »

The GOP’s Sham “No Witnesses” Arguments

President Trump’s lawyers threw one bogus theory after another against the wall in arguing against calling witnesses in Trump’s Senate…

Read More »

How Rudy Got Trump Impeached

Rudy Giuliani, more than any single person other than Trump himself, is responsible for Donald Trump’s impeachment. Trump was impeached…

Read More »
Back to top button