So many people have left El Salvador that they’re importing Hondurans! Of course, if there’s a “labor shortage,” then why don’t we phase out the Temporary Protected Status that covers some 250,000 Salvadoran illegals in the U.S. and send them home?
The criminal law is not designed to address every human tragedy. That is the lesson of the tragic death of Breonna Taylor. It was also the theme repeatedly struck by Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron on Wednesday, in announcing the indictment of one of the three officers involved in the raid that lead to ... Read More
An FBI agent who participated in the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn told the Justice Department that the initial prosecution of Flynn seemed to be based on a desire to "get Trump," according to a document filed by the DOJ on Friday. The Justice Department filed as part of the ... Read More
Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s impressive dissent in Kanter v. Barr (pp. 27-64) illustrates both her fidelity to the Supreme Court’s landmark Second Amendment ruling in District of Columbia v. Heller (2008) and her masterful application of the constitutional methodology of originalism. Rickey I. Kanter pleaded ... Read More
Ron Paul Appears to Suffer Stroke during Live Zoom Session, Admitted to Hospital for ‘Precautionary Reasons’
Former representative Ron Paul appeared to suffer a stroke on Friday during a live taping of his show The Liberty Report. Paul's medical condition has not yet been confirmed. However, a video clip from the taping showed Paul, who was interviewing a guest via Zoom, suddenly begin speaking in slurred speech. ... Read More
Husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein Admits to Helping Well-Connected Applicants Gain Admission to University of California: ‘No One Ever Told Me It Was Wrong’
The husband of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) admitted on Thursday to sending an inappropriate letter identified in a state audit that appeared to help an applicant to the University of California, Berkeley, get accepted to the school. The California State Auditor issued a scathing report on Tuesday ... Read More