Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

What’s doing in the federal courts not SCOTUS?

Every week or so, the Volokh Report (or Conspiracy — they vary the name according to some rhythm I haven’t yet picked up on) has a guy named John Ross, who, unlike the other Volokh Conspirators,* has wit, report on … Continue reading

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What the GOP is doing to the federal judiciary

Senator Dick Durbin‏Verified account @SenatorDurbin 3m3 minutes ago Republicans just approved Wendy Vitter to serve on the federal bench. While moderating a panel, she told an audience to urge their doctors to put in their waiting rooms a brochure entitled “The … Continue reading

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What questions should congressional committees ask of Mueller?

Oh it’s a very sunny day in New York City. And I love what I’m giving you in this link from JustSecurity: In an article entitled, “What Congress Should Ask Robert Mueller When He Testifies,” a fascinating series of questions … Continue reading

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