“It was a terrible, terrible mistake to make.”
Some common sense, at least for now
Most of these maniacs are crazy by definition anyway
Filed in the Court of Public Opinion.
No time like the present!
Now it’s a case of illegal “marketing”
Spoiler alert: Most of you probably are
“Do you want them all taken down?”
“…the cornerstone for re-building American democracy.”
“If the Constitution does not require public figures to satisfy an actual-malice standard
in state-law defamation suits, then neither should we.”
You don’t say
The long wait may be over
A big 5-4 quasi-decision.
“…the video was authentic and not deceptively edited.”
“Looking beyond the Administrative Record merely confirms the Court’s conclusions and illustrates how egregious the APA violations were.”
See Truman’s attempt to nationalize the steel industry.
“There’s no procedure in the court’s rules for having the whole case briefed, argued and decided under seal.”
“A big deal for Robert Mueller”?
Good luck selling that plan, pal
Thomas: “Abdicating our judicial duty.”
Possibly a century overdue
Come for the paranoid hook, stay for the substance.
Are bar associations unions?
Private property prevails.
Upheld: “It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.”
“[An] independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for.”
“The president now has this investigation in his sights and we all know it.”
Upping the ante.
The fruits of Wickard.
Short term loss, long term win?
Not an issue of rights
Have you ever considered protesting?
“The judicial branch is, how it must be, very different.”
Graham to Comey: See you soon!
“If that’s true that Democrats have seen that evidence should they not release that evidence…”