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In the Way?

© Lee Judge One day after trying to fund the wall, Donald Trump backed off and said he would do it later. Sorry, Trump voters, you got scammed. This is happening more and more, and seems to be some kind of strategy for Trump. He proposes something that he knows will not pass, doesn’t really […]


Four Days

On Tuesday night, Donald Trump gave a speech where he succeeded in reading from a teleprompter and didn’t lie as much as he usually does. The media fawned all over it, declaring that Trump had finally pivoted into acting “presidential”. Except that early Saturday morning, less than four days later, Trump had another twitter tantrum, […]


Seizing the Moment!

Finally! Attorney General Eric Holder today barred police from using Federal civil asset forfeiture laws without warrants or criminal charges. The laws were originally passed as part of the (failed) war on drugs (to confiscate money made in the drug trade, but quickly turned into a money-making operation for local police departments. Over 55,000 seizures […]


The Other Shoe Drops

As if it wasn’t bad enough that the government is listening in on all your phone calls and emails in the name of fighting terrorism, it now looks like they are actually using this information in order to fight regular crime. Regardless of how you feel about this, it is clearly unconstitutional. The government is […]


Mediated Justice?

© Matt Bors The obsession with trying people in the media is truly evil. It rarely leads to true justice, ruins lives, cost millions if not billions of dollars, and distracts us from real issues and problems. And why do certain cases trigger a sustained media obsession, while thousands of equally compelling cases go completely […]


The Rule of Law? Not in NOLA

Paul Craig Roberts, a former editor of the Wall Street Journal and former assistant secretary to the treasury under Ronald Reagan, wrote recently: “Police in the US now rival criminals, and exceed terrorists as the greatest threat to the American public.” If you don’t believe him, read this article on the criminal justice system in […]