The Mueller investigation should be allowed to reach its natural conclusion, as should the DOJ's investigation of the FBI’s conduct.
Law & the Courts
1991—Federal district judge H. Lee Sarokin delivers a This Day classic. The backdrop: Richard R. Kreimer, a homeless man, camped out in the Morristown, New Jersey, public library, was belligerent ...
Some hesitate to weigh in on this issue, worrying that to do so might appear culturally insensitive.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman also said he blames the Justice Department for a series of leaks to the press concerning the investigation.
In a 5–4 ruling, the court held that the law entitles employers to make employees waive their right to class-action litigation as a condition of employment.
‘What’s unprecedented here is the fuzziness of the accusation of Russian collusion,’ Penn says.
1996—What’s one way to deal with unhelpful precedent? Just ignore it entirely, as Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in Romer v. Evans does. In 1986 the Supreme Court ruled in Bowers v. ...
2014—When Oregon officials irresponsibly refuse to defend their own marriage laws, the greatest relief that ought to be awarded is a default judgment in favor of the named plaintiffs. But ...
We wuz robbed. That’s the theme Democrats and their media allies are working hard to cement into conventional wisdom.
This week brought another new record with the confirmation of the 21st circuit court judge since Inauguration Day.