VIDEO ‘I Have Been Given So Many Lies’: Grad Student Asked to Move Out Over Legally Owned Guns

Dec 2, 2018   A Harvard graduate student who was asked to move out of her apartment after her legally owned firearms made her roommates “uncomfortable” said Sunday on “Fox & Friends” that she has been lied to while seeking reasons for the request. Leyla Pirnie, 24, said that she doesn’t know why her roommates searched through … More VIDEO ‘I Have Been Given So Many Lies’: Grad Student Asked to Move Out Over Legally Owned Guns

Migrant Caravan Reminds Us That We Need to Use and Obey the Constitution

Nov 28, 2018  by  Steve Byas   With America threatened by the invasion efforts of a “migrant caravan” from Central America, Rob Natelson, a constitutional law professor, said on the Lars Larson Show that the U.S. Constitution has specific relevance to the situation. Natelson is the author of The Original Constitution: What It Actually Said and Meant, and he … More Migrant Caravan Reminds Us That We Need to Use and Obey the Constitution

The 14th Amendment Does Not Grant Citizenship to Children of Illegal Aliens

Nov 16, 2018  By Lino Graglia (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) Birthright citizenship for children of illegal aliens should not be a difficult issue.  As I wrote earlier and George Will quoted in one of his columns, “It is difficult to imagine a more irrational and self-defeating legal system than one which makes unauthorized entry into … More The 14th Amendment Does Not Grant Citizenship to Children of Illegal Aliens

VIDEO The Great Dissent: Justice Scalia’s Opinion in Morrison v. Olson

October 9, 2018  featuring Gary Lawson, Richard Pildes, and Theodore Olson     Thirty years after the decision in Morrison v. Olson, questions raised in Justice Antonin Scalia’s lone dissent continue to inform legal debate on separation of powers and the unitary executive. Some scholars consider Justice Scalia’s dissent to be his finest opinion. What can today’s … More VIDEO The Great Dissent: Justice Scalia’s Opinion in Morrison v. Olson

Con-Con Suffered Yet Another Defeat in Pennsylvania

Oct 23, 2018 by  Steve Byas   Pennsylvania is the latest state to reject resolutions to call for a convention to revise the Constitution of the United States. With the refusal of the Pennsylvania Senate State Government Committee to even take a vote this week on resolutions pushed by the Convention of the States (COS) organization, … More Con-Con Suffered Yet Another Defeat in Pennsylvania

VIDEO Election Integrity Expert Urges Against Federal Takeover

October 18, 2018   Kurt Hyde, election integrity expert, talks to The New American about the solutions to prevent interference, hacking, and fraud in elections. Hyde is an advocate for paper trails with the voting process, as well as releasing precinct numbers. Related links: Voter Fraud – Interview with the Author Dictators Dictating Elections Voter … More VIDEO Election Integrity Expert Urges Against Federal Takeover

VIDEO Could SCOTUS Case Open Social Media to First Amendment Claims? – Free Speech White Spot

Oct 17, 2018  by  R. Cort Kirkwood   Facebook and the other social-media giants are under fire for censoring not just conservatives but also liberals, and now a case is before the U.S. Supreme Court that might alter how those companies operate. Are they private companies that can censor their users? Or are they more like … More VIDEO Could SCOTUS Case Open Social Media to First Amendment Claims? – Free Speech White Spot

VIDEO Sentencing Reform in America: An Overview and Conversation [POLICYbrief]

Oct 12, 2018   Short video featuring Steven Cook and Shon Hopwood Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure Sponsors: Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group Steven H. Cook Shon R. Hopwood The United States has five percent of the world’s population but twenty-five percent of the world’s prison population. Reformers argue that these numbers reflect our … More VIDEO Sentencing Reform in America: An Overview and Conversation [POLICYbrief]

The Kavanaugh Hearing Leaves Lingering Questions Over Representations Made To The Committee By Counsel

September 20, 2018 by Jonathan Turley     Yesterday’s Kavanaugh hearing left many questions on both sides, including the ultimate question of the alleged attempted rape of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.  However, for lawyers, one exchange sticks out from a professional standpoint.  Ford was questioned why she delayed the hearing due to her alleged fear … More The Kavanaugh Hearing Leaves Lingering Questions Over Representations Made To The Committee By Counsel

Hirano’s Hedge: Kavanaugh Not Entitled To Presumption Of Innocence Due To His Ideological Views

Sept 25, 2018 by Jonathan Turley With the addition of a second woman alleging sexual misconduct of Brett Kavanaugh, it is still not clear what factual disputes will have to be addressed before a final confirmation vote occurs in the Senate. Putting aside questions over late timing of the allegations, there is agreement that the … More Hirano’s Hedge: Kavanaugh Not Entitled To Presumption Of Innocence Due To His Ideological Views