Category Archives: Constitutional Law

President Bait and Vice President Switch

By ann summers we may be seeing the rise of a particular strategy on the right—sometimes gripping part of the GOP, and sometimes all of it—that can be traced back to that noted conservative Vladimir Lenin. I speak of “heightening … Continue reading

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Lawfare ahead … pitched battles

  By ann summersLawfare is a form of asymmetric warfare, consisting of using the legal system against an enemy, such as by damaging or delegitimizing them, tying up their time or winning a public relations victory. The word is a … Continue reading

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#TrumpRussia … Trump now hoisted by his own Braggadocio … “Watch them start to choke like dogs”

   By ann summers The Führereid loyalty oath redux: First Trump’s staff, then government officials, then the military… 1930s pump priming  Like the urban legend of the choking dog with the thief’s fingers lodged in his throat, God-Emperor Trump has … Continue reading

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SUPREME COURT: Imagine if Republicans Had Changed the Rules in 1970

April 8, 1970 – The Senate votes on President Richard Nixon’s nomination of G. Harrold Carswell to the Supreme Court. A combination of the high-reversal rate (58%) of his decisions on appeal, his support decades earlier of racial segregation and white … Continue reading

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Devin Nunes (R-CA) forges for his sodding tiger at the White House

By ann summers “Chairman Nunes met with his source at the White House grounds in order to have proximity to a secure location where he could view the information provided by the source.” Coincidentally, there is an orange rumped agouti … Continue reading

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Customs and Border Patrol Warrantless Searches

Dating back to at least 2009, Customs and Border Patrol has detained pilots of general aviation aircraft and have conducted warrantless searches.  In a typical scenario, after a routine flight, you land at your destination, taxi to the ramp—and then … Continue reading

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Lord Dampnut praises his own invidious motivations and “incompetent malevolence” with a tweet… SAD!

  By ann summers   You read that correctly: The President of the United States was tweeting approvingly an article describing his motivations as “invidious” and describing his actions using the phrase “incompetent malevolence.” Orange Gazbag’s apparently so stupid that … Continue reading

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