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You’ve heard about the not-bread judicial decision, right?

I’ve read about this in a couple of other sources but for such a crucial judicial decision, I go immediately to my insider, Kevin Underhill, Esq., maestro of Lowering the Bar. If you read the entire thing, which you should … Continue reading

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Escaping from justice by boat? Better take a look at this

From the uber-estimable and uber-funny Kevin Underhill on his Lowering the Bar blog: As we’ve discussed before (see, e.g., this and this and also this and this too), if you’re even going to try to flee from the authorities via … Continue reading

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Facts of Life: American judiciary going to the dogs

Or cats. Meow. (See below for reference.) Gee, I’ll bet you think I’m referring to the Texas federal judge’s peculiar and highly derided decision that the entire ACA is unconstitutional. Which he held until the 2018 election was over, but … Continue reading

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