His particular brand of demagoguery is not based in a failure to understand the laws he is duty bound to uphold, but in an outright refusal to do so. That’s not a Chief Justice; that’s an ideologue. An ideologue has
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Ambassador to Doha and the Turkish ambassador there fought last week over a meeting that ran long. The Justice Department’s narcotics chief switches sections. New York City Mayor Michael R. I don’t know what they’re trying to do down there.
There is no set point at which a field of forensics widely accepted by the courts officially becomes “discredited.”This particular ruling came in 2011. The judge was correct to point out that bite mark analysis had been under heavy scrutiny
How can this happen, you ask? Because this is who Trump is. He had a hit show called “The Apprentice” in which he fired someone in front of their peers every single week. He views life business, politics, personal as
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That record belongs to George Washington’s nomination of John Rutledge to be chief justice in 1795. Rutledge is the earliest rejection of a nominee (by a 14 10 vote and also the only recess appointment to be rejected). In 1811,
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