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Tag: rule of law

Judge Threatens to Put Trump in Prison on Contempt

  Let me explain something here where this Judge is out of control and should be stripped of any legal license if not thrown in a dungeon for his treason...

Republicans v the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency

The federal US government insists 60% of all new car production must be electric by 2030 – six years away. I have explained numerous times how this is...

Judge Merchan’s Trial Will Destroy USA Like Trial of William Penn

New York Supreme Court Judge Juan Merchan is a seasoned jurist who is no stranger to Trump’s orbit. He has presided over the Trump Organization tax fraud trial,...

Florida is NOT California – Act Accordingly

In Florida, we drag these people out of the road and arrest them. pic.twitter.com/XU6ZUUf9xX — Bryan Griffin (@BryanDGriffin) April 15, 2024 Please reside in...

Trump will Be Found Guilty in NYC And Bragg Will Try to Imprison Him

  New York City is out to destroy Donald Trump, and Alvin Bragg’s criminal trial starts today – Monday. We already know the outcome – Trump...

Insurance Companies Planning for Climate Lockdowns

Some insurance companies are altering their policies for corporations and business interruptions, which seems to be in anticipation of government lockdowns for...

IMMUNITY

The Constitution doesn’t directly discuss presidential immunity from criminal or civil lawsuits or immunity for other government officials. Instead, this...

The Collapse of a Nation Takes 13 years

In law, it has been a maxim that bad facts make bad law. Every lawyer knows that. That is why the government will seek the worst case to expand the law and apply it...

NYC Trump’s Case is a Warning – Get the Hell Out of NYC

    COMMENT: I have been considering the issues of whether the affirmative defense of qualified and other immunity defenses are or are not available to...

Pretrial and Detention in Florida – Guilty Until Proven Innocent

State laws should be viewed with a watchful eye as we move toward the next election. I often speak highly of Florida state laws, but make no mistake – Florida’s...