The Most Important Lawsuit of the Century Was Just Filed by the State of Texas

There have been many important lawsuits in the history of the United States of America. Marbury v. Madison, Dred Scott v. John V.F. Sanford, Brown, et al. v Topeka Board of Education, et al. are probably the most significant cases covering the most significant issues in each’s respective century. I believe, however, that a lawsuit…

The Next Phase of the Pro-Life Struggle

If the leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court holds true, states will soon have the ability to outlaw abortions through their state legislatures. When that happens, the pro-life movement will enter a new phase. Now that legislatures have the power to outlaw abortion, the question is how this will be done. Who should be…

What “Black Lives Matter™” Actually Believes

Way back when, after the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter hashtag blew up. Everyone was keenly aware of the need to declare that Black Lives Matter. And to be clear, of course they do, but what was new is that everyone was declaring it – and giving money to support these declarations…

The Legal Question Coming to Your State: When Is It Okay to Kill a Baby?

The Supreme Court in December heard a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. A common misunderstanding about this case is that it will DECIDE the issue of abortion. That is most definitely false. Instead, it will turn the question over…

The Attempted Woke Takeover of the Town of Windsor, Virginia

This post has three parts. The first describes the facts of an initial police encounter, which was widely publicized, and its aftermath, which was not. The second part describes how Mark Herring’s recent Complaint, which you can read about here, is very. . . . . . odd. The final part describes how this Complaint…

Motion Alleges Witness Coercion George Floyd Trials

The previous post covered the strange things that seemed to be happening with the jury, and a separate witness intimidation of the Defense’s use-of-force expert. However, that is not the craziest thing to happen in the post-verdict part of the Derek Chauvin case. The craziest thing seems to be what was just revealed in a…

Derek Chauvin Jurors and the Motion to Vacate

Welp, looks like that’s over, and I was wrong. I was predicting that Derek Chauvin would be found innocent based on what I saw in the trial. However, on April 20, 2021, Derek Chauvin was found guilty. Therefore, I suppose that it is the end of all that. Except that is probably not the end of that. Here’s why.

A Review of the Trial of Derek Chauvin

If Derek Chauvin is found “not guilty,” he will not be found “not guilty” based on some complicated legal technicality, a burden of proof problem, or anything like that. Instead, he will be found “not guilty” because the evidence did not exist to convict him of a crime. More than that, it is most likely he will be found “not guilty” because he is actually innocent, not merely “not guilty.”

What Trump’s Impeachment Lawyer Should Have Said

To be rather open with the reader, I actually approve of impeachment based on the limited information I’ve seen. The January 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol was a national disgrace. That is not a controversial thing to say. The question for impeachment is this: What did Trump have anything to do with it?

However, that being said, the present issue is rather complicated. The question is about whether it is proper to move forward with the impeachment trial. On that issue, I think the argument of Rep. Raskin (someone I have also had the opportunity to speak to, because he taught at my law school) had some serious flaws.

Therefore, because if you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself, here is what I think the Trump Lawyers should have said.

The Dangerous Postmodernist Words of Kristen Clarke

Recently, I saw a report that a nominee to run the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke, was a woman who had written some very racist things in the past. I saw this allegation on Fox News, and so I was suspicious that it was overblown.

After reading everything, it seems the allegation was UNDER-blown. These aren’t “racist” things. They are literally “Black Supremacist” things.