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Trump Totally Loses it — Attacks Own Executive Order (VIDEO)

June 5, 2017

Another day, another Trump Twitter meltdown This time he’s slamming his own Justice Department, the judiciary — and even an executive order that he signed. The White House had declared that today would be the start of “Infrastructure Week,” as…

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Donald Trump Just Accused The Media Of Covering Up ISIS Terror Attacks (VIDEO)

February 6, 2017

Trump Attacks The Press While Speaking To CentCom Donald Trump spoke to Central Command at MacDill Air Force base for the first time, Monday, and strayed from his prepared remarks, the Washington Post reported. In his impromptu riff, the new…

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Watch The Excruciating Moment Trump’s Argument For Muslim Ban Falls Apart In Court (VIDEO)

February 5, 2017

Judge Repudiates Trump DOJ’s Half-baked Legal Argument On Saturday, a federal judge in the state of Washington ordered a nationwide temporary restraining order against Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” which bars all travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the…

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JUSTICE DENIED: Trump To Reshape Federal Courts After Years Of GOP Blocking Obama

December 26, 2016

“Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied” This legal maxim dates from at least Victorian Era British common law, although similar ideas can be found in the Torah and the Magna Carta. Martin Luther King Jr. paraphrased it in his “Letter From…

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Who Forgot To Bribe John Roberts? SCOTUS Upholds Judicial Anti-Corruption Law

April 30, 2015

The Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts is most famous for gutting campaign finance law. Roberts’ has rapped his gavel on two momentous decisions. Citizens United allowed unlimited donations to flow into Super PACs, and McCutcheon removed limits on…

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