Category Archives: J. Judge and courtroom

A lawsuit against the Trump administration re his taxes

Today it was announced that Richard Neal, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, having been denied Trump’s tax returns by Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury — via the normal process of requesting them, per federal law — … Continue reading

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The god problem and the American war on women

This, via the Volokh Report’s John Ross, who writes a summary of federal court decisions each week. I find him often funny. Not here: And in en banc news: Fifth grade teacher at Catholic school needs time off to undergo … Continue reading

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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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