Judicial System 10 articles

Oakland Mayor is Protecting Illegal Immigrants

Although the Trump administration is cracking down on illegal immigrants, politicians in sanctuary cities are continuing to protect these criminals. In fact, one mayor in California issued a warning before a raid last weekend. You Might Like In all, authorities arrested more than 150 illegal immigrants during a 3-day operation in the San Francisco Bay […]

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Rick Gates Swings Back and Forth

In a surprising move in the Robert Mueller federal investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election, former Donald Trump top election aide Rick Gates has changed his “not guilty” plea to “guilty” in response to federal charges of conspiracy against the the United States and making false statements to the Federal Bureau of […]

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Fed Indicts Only Russians in 2016 Hack Attack

In breaking news, after more than a year of FBI investigation into alleged misconduct and conspiracy between Russia and President Trump’s campaign staff, special counsel Robert Mueller just announced that a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. has returned a 37-page indictment which names 13 Russians and three Russian companies. No US citizens were charged […]

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Andrew Weissmann: Pitbull or Pitfall?

Andrew Weissmann, a prominent top investigator on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) team looking into the ongoing “Trump-Russia conspiracy” inquiry, has been accused of personal, partisan, political bias in his often-zealous pursuit of justice. Weissman is no newbie to the Law and Justice. Among the highlights of his career as a […]

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No Justice for Scalia

Thanks to the QAnon cryptic, the name Antonin Scalia is trending again. Antonin “Nino” Scalia, as you may recall, was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 until his death on February 13, 2016, at age 79. His 30-year tenure made an indelible impression on American conservative legal thinking. You […]

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Branded by Rachel Brand

A top Department of Justice (DOJ) official has announced her summary retirement from federal office. Lisa L. Brand announced on February 9, 2018, that she is stepping down as Assistant Attorney General. The first woman ever to hold this office was confirmed by the US Senate on July 28, 2005, in George W. Bush’s Office […]

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The MEMO Revealed!

We have read the MEMO – and so can you. If you’re in a hurry, here are the summary points: The MEMO: was declassified by order of President Donald Trump on February 2, 2018. is from HPSCI (the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, also known as the House Intelligence Committee) Majority Staff […]

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Build That Wall

Dear Readers, your Humble Author has a confession to make: the first time the idea of building a big wall to divide the United States and Mexico was presented and considered, it seemed preposterous. “Physically impossible and completely unnecessary,” were the summary points of that thinking – in those days, some 25 years ago. But […]

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