Posted by jonathanturley Far right political leader, Marine Le Pen, has been ordered into psychiatric evaluations after she posted graphic images of bodies of people executed by the Islamic State. She was accused under the French laws criminalization different forms of speech — laws that I have long criticized as part of a European rollback on … More Le Pen Ordered Into Psychiatric Evaluation For Tweets In France
Sept 19, 2018 Two more people came forward yesterday in the still unfolding drama surrounding the allegations of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford that Judge Brett Kavanaugh attempted to rape her when they were both high school students. Cristina Miranda King says that she heard of the incident from others while in high school. In the meantime,Patrick … More Former Schoolmate Says That She Was Told About Kavanaugh Assault In High School While Third Alleged Witness Denies The Incident Ever Occurred
Sept 17, 2018 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D In a rare victory for the Constitution, a Florida Court of Appeals upheld the order of a lower court suppressing evidence obtained by the use of a Stingray device, in violation of the defendant’s right to be free from unwarranted search and seizure. Here’s a summary of the … More Florida Appeals Court Opinion Upholds Fourth Amendment
Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens. George Washington was the commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War and served as the first President of the … More Celebrate the Birthday of Our United States of America Government on Constitution Day
Sept 15, 2018 by R. Cort Kirkwood The last-minute assault claim against Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a lie. That’s the word from Mark Judge, Kavanaugh’s classmate at Georgetown Prep, a Catholic boys school, who is accused of watching the crime. Judge spoke to The New York Times and The Weekly Standard, flatly denying — along with 65 women — that Kavanaugh would … More Kavanaugh Classmate Says Assault Didn’t Happen
Bill Federer chronicles dangerous precedent when law of land is interpreted by social justice warriors September 12, 2018 The dean of the University of Michigan Law School was Thomas McIntyre Cooley, who died Sept. 12, 1898. Thomas M. Cooley was Chief Justice of Michigan’s Supreme Court (1864-1885), president of the American Bar Association (1893-1894) and … More Who came up with Constitution as a ‘living document’?
Sept 11, 2018 by Johnathan Turley Yesterday, we discussed the prosecution of accused Russian agent Maria Butina and how prosecutors put out a clearly false allegations that she traded sex for favors. Butina’s defense counsel Robert Driscoll called out the government for the clearly baseless allegations spread throughout the media. U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan has now … More Defense Counsel Calls Out DOJ For Falsely Accusing His Client Of Trading Sex For Access . . . Court Imposes Gag Order On Counsel
Sept 7, 2018 by Alex Newman It feels like the walls are closing in. But the ongoing war by giant technology companies against voices that disrupt the establishment’s narrative is actually good news in a very important sense. Of course, its victims may not see it that way — at least not yet. And … More AUDIO Big Tech Censors Alex Jones…. Who’s Next?
Sept 6, 2018 by Jonathan Turley Below is my column in The Hill newspaper on the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing and the opening statement of Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse attacking the conservatives on the Supreme Court as a virtual ideological cabal. I have always found Whitehouse an articulate and insightful member of the Congress. He … More Democratic Attacks On The Supreme Court Confuse Patterns of Principle with Politics