Although some questioned whether Attorney General Sessions would make hate crime enforcement a priority, I speculated that — particularly in light of the nature of the federal hate crimes law, which requires proof of willfully-caused bodily injury or an attempt to cause bodily injury through the use of certain dangerous devices or weapons, see 18 U.S.C. 235 more words
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In my last post, I focused on the potential civil rights issues arising from the account given by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski concerning their allegation that the President, through his staff, asked them to apologize for negative coverage and make their coverage more positive in exchange for the President using his authority to stop publication of a potentially damaging story about them in the… 1,003 more words
I rarely comment on the President’s tweets, unless they implicate a legal or constitutional issue of relevance. And I am confident that everything has been said already about the President’s repugnant tweets concerning Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough. 1,100 more words
Can the President commit a crime or an impeachable offense even when exercising constitutional power?
America’s civic education continues. Although much of what we have endured recently is not particularly good news for the Nation, it should at least be heartening that nearly 20 million people watched the (underwhelming) Comey hearing. 1,140 more words
Now that James Comey is slated to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week, there has been some speculation as to whether President Trump will try to block Comey’s testimony with an assertion of executive privilege. 1,206 more words
If you all remember this blog post where I finally began to realize that the madness behind my reality involved underhanded and dispicable participation from my half-siblings … 131 more words