Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Denial Changes Nothing There are many reasons to protect your assets from Creditors or litigious parties. Whether you own a lot or a little you should have certain protections in place to keep what is rightfully yours. If you have a bank account you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, … More Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Arizona tells armed drivers how to avoid deadly police stops

July 22, 2017 by Jacques Billeaud     PHOENIX (AP) — Gun-friendly Arizona is trying to avoid deadly encounters between police and people behind the wheel by teaching armed drivers how they should handle themselves when they are pulled over. Arizona, which allows residents to carry weapons without permits, recently changed its rule book for … More Arizona tells armed drivers how to avoid deadly police stops

Roper’s Resolve: Critics Seek Dangerous Extensions Of Treason and Other Crimes To Prosecute The Trumps

July 21, 2017 jonathanturley Below is my column in the Hill newspaper on how critics of Donald Trump have been calling for radical extensions or interpretations of criminal provisions against core figures. The implications for such interpretations of crimes like treason need to be considered by critics. “So now you’d give the devil benefit of the … More Roper’s Resolve: Critics Seek Dangerous Extensions Of Treason and Other Crimes To Prosecute The Trumps

Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Victory in Ongoing Travel ban Controversy

July 20, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann The terse two-paragraph Supreme Court order issued Wednesday was self-explanatory: President Donald Trump’s effort to ban immigrants from six countries was upheld, with modifications. As the first paragraph stated: The Government’s motion seeking clarification of our order of June 26, 2017, is denied. The District Court order modifying the preliminary injunction with … More Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Victory in Ongoing Travel ban Controversy

Rosenstein: Comey Memos Were Confidential and Improperly Leaked

July 20, 2017 jonathanturley Fox News’ Martha MacCallum aired an interesting interview with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein this week in which the Rosenstein reaffirmed something that I have previously said: the memos leaked by James Comey were FBI documents and their release violated FBI rules and regulations.  The media has largely ignored indications that some of the memos … More Rosenstein: Comey Memos Were Confidential and Improperly Leaked

Oregon Passes Resentment Tax: $15 Per Bicycle

July 18, 2016 by  Bob Adelmann Due to the perceived injustice inflicted on Oregon taxpayers last year, the state legislators evened the score last week when the members passed a bill taxing bicycles. The Democratically controlled legislature passed a bill in 2016 forcing drivers to pay 10 cents per gallon more for gasoline to fund road improvements. … More Oregon Passes Resentment Tax: $15 Per Bicycle

SCOTUS Puts Travel Ban Case Back in Hawaii’s Court, Gives Them Until July 18 to Respond

July 17, 2017  by  Warren Mass In the latest round of judicial volleyball pertaining to President Trump’s March 6 executive order, “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorists’ Entry Into the United States,” the Supreme Court has asked the State of Hawaii to respond by noon on July 18 to the Trump Justice Department’s appeal of Hawaii District … More SCOTUS Puts Travel Ban Case Back in Hawaii’s Court, Gives Them Until July 18 to Respond

U.S. Doctor Will Be Allowed to Examine Baby Charlie Gard

July 15, 2017  by  Lisa Shaw At London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, a significant turn of events has transpired for 11-month-old Charlie Gard and his parents, as a U.S. physician will be allowed to examine and assess the child for possible treatment of his rare genetic disorder Mitocondrial Depletion Syndrome. In a recent hearing in the … More U.S. Doctor Will Be Allowed to Examine Baby Charlie Gard

Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

July 14, 2017  by  Warren Mass   Judge Derrick K. Watson of the Federal District Court in Honolulu — who was one of two judges who issued a ruling last March blocking sections of President Trump’s March 6 executive order that banned travel to the United States by foreign nationals from six countries identified as being … More Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

Judge Linked to Planned Parenthood-partnered Clinic Holds Daleiden’s Lawyers in Contempt

July 13, 2017 by  Warren Mass   U.S. District Judge William Orrick III said during a July 11 hearing that he will hold pro-life activist David Daleiden’s attorneys, Steve Cooley and Brentford Ferreira, in contempt of court for publishing videos of a National Abortion Federation annual meeting, in violation of an injunction. “Criminal defense counsel … … More Judge Linked to Planned Parenthood-partnered Clinic Holds Daleiden’s Lawyers in Contempt

Texas Professors’ Frivolous Concealed-carry Lawsuit Tossed Due to Lack of Standing

July 11, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   When District Court Judge Lee Yeakel dismissed the frivolous lawsuit last week brought by three University of Texas professors against the state’s attorney general and numerous others, he claimed the trio had no standing. It’s also clear from the details that the professors also had no understanding of the issues involved. … More Texas Professors’ Frivolous Concealed-carry Lawsuit Tossed Due to Lack of Standing