Category Archives: Law: The Supremes

Bad Claims is the New Trump Litigation Strategy

Post-Mueller, the Trump Family1 has embarked on a novel litigation strategy: bringing really bad claims. Making terrible legal arguments is nothing new for the Trumps, but generally they’ve made those arguments as defendants, often while defending very amateurish and inept … Continue reading

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A Truly Muscular Reply Brief in a Case of Great Importance

One case I’ve been following with great interest is (well, was) Michaels v. Sessions in which by a strange turn of events the Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether Matthew G. Whitaker is or is not the Attorney … Continue reading

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‘Going to 11’ by Bill Widen

My colleague Bill Widen asked me to post this for him, Going to 11 Many who oppose the conservative drift of the court now argue for an increase in the number of Supreme Court Justices to 11. The idea is … Continue reading

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‘Honor Him’ by Bill Widen

My colleague Bill Widen asked me to post this for him. (I added the photo.) Honor Him (cc: Senators Flake & Kyl) We respect John McCain for choosing honor over convenience under the extreme conditions of captivity and torture. A … Continue reading

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Getting Hammered

No, this isn’t a post about Bret Kavanaugh’s high school or college drinking. It’s about the blog. It seems discourse.net is getting hammered by bots trying to break in to it, so the site has been up and down like … Continue reading

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I Guessed Wrong

Brett Kavanaugh wins coveted Roy Moore endorsement. This is not the Onion. It’s real. The original source is a TPM article, Moral Authority Roy Moore Urges GOP To ‘Take A Stand’ And Back Kavanaugh. It explains: Failed Senate candidate Roy … Continue reading

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