DOJ Should Appeal Court’s Reinstating CNN Acosta’s Credentials

AP Photos   16 Nov 2018 by Ken Klukowski A federal judge ordered the Trump administration in Washington, DC, on Friday to restore the White House press credentials of CNN’s Jim Acosta. But the appellate precedent underlying that order is wrong, so the Justice Department should continue appealing it all the way to the Supreme Court, … More DOJ Should Appeal Court’s Reinstating CNN Acosta’s Credentials

Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

Nov 15, 2018  by  R. Cort Kirkwood   The federal judge who heard arguments on Wednesday in CNN’s lawsuit against the White House about the exile of anti-Trump agitator Jim Acosta has yet to rule. But whether the anti-Trump network and its tireless propagandist for the Left prevail in court, we’ve learned one thing already: Acosta’s not … More Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

White House Answers CNN: We Decide Who Covers the President

November 14, 2018 by  R. Cort Kirkwood   The White House has answered CNN’s lawsuit seeking a court’s relief in the expulsion of anti-Trump reporter Jim Acosta. CNN sued the president and his aides because the White House suspended Acosta’s press pass after he refused, having asked a question and a follow-up, to surrender a microphone during a press … More White House Answers CNN: We Decide Who Covers the President

The Prestige: How Trump Could Pull Off The Ultimate Trick in Shutting Down The Mueller Investigation

Nov 12, 2018 by Jonathan Turley   Below is my column in The Hill newspaper on a novel way that President Donald Trump could use the Whitaker appointment to achieve what he has long sought: freezing or even ending the Mueller investigation.  As strange as it may seem, it could actually work if played correctly … More The Prestige: How Trump Could Pull Off The Ultimate Trick in Shutting Down The Mueller Investigation

VIDEO Russian Invasion? Putin’s Anchor Babies and 14th Amendment

November 2, 2018  by  Selwyn Duke   It’s something that may guarantee Russian interference in our elections — when the foreigners-in-spirit are old enough to vote, anyway. At issue is “birth tourism,” a phenomenon whereby pregnant Russian women (among others) take an American vacation for the purposes of birthing “anchor babies,” happily taking advantage of a … More VIDEO Russian Invasion? Putin’s Anchor Babies and 14th Amendment

Trump Tax Law Hurts Personal Injury Suit Settlements

  August 14, 2018 by  Robert W. Wood   Serious accident cases can produce tax-free money to clients. The injuries might be from an auto accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, industrial accident, or drug or medical device case. If the plaintiff suffers physical injuries or physical sickness, compensatory damages should be tax free. But this … More Trump Tax Law Hurts Personal Injury Suit Settlements

North Korea Returns Remains. U.S. Korean War POWs Sent to Soviet Union Still Unaccounted For

July 28, 2018  R. Cort Kirkwood   More than six decades after the end of the Korean War in 1953, the remains of 55 Americans came home from North Korea in what the New York Times called the “first visible result” of President Donald Trump’s effort to bring the fallen heroes home. The remains rested in small coffins, draped with … More North Korea Returns Remains. U.S. Korean War POWs Sent to Soviet Union Still Unaccounted For

Officers qualified immunity Denied: Ninth Circuit Lets Trump Supporters Hurt in San Jose Riot Sue Police

27 Jul 2018 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Friday that a lawsuit by supporters of Donald Trump against San Jose police officers who allegedly failed to protect them from an anti-Trump riot in June 2016 could proceed, defeating the city’s appeal. The three-judge panel upheld the lower court’s decision that … More Officers qualified immunity Denied: Ninth Circuit Lets Trump Supporters Hurt in San Jose Riot Sue Police

What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?

July 26, 2018  by George Khoury, Esq.  While President Trump may have recently tweeted the above question in earnest, it’s actually an excellent question that might even baffle some lawyers. Though secretly recording a client is bad form, borderline (and depending on the jurisdiction, definitely) unethical, and just generally sketchy, depending on who your client is, … More What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?

Does Strzok Have a Perjury Problem?

July 23, 2018 by  Steve Byas   The release of documents relating to the FBI’s surveillance of then-Trump presidential campaign advisor Carter Page reveals many things. While the documents do not advance the Democratic Party narrative that Carter Page did anything illegal, nor that then-presidential candidate Donald Trump “colluded” with the Russians to alter the outcome … More Does Strzok Have a Perjury Problem?