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Mueller Upshot: Legal Rights Denied To Trump Family

Rod Thomson Today’s hearings revealed again how two bedrock American legal principles have been terribly abused in the Mueller investigation’s final report on Russian election interference. The first principle is innocent until proven guilty, known in the legal profession as the presumption of innocence.  After being essentially cleared in the first half of the report […]

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How An Honest Media Would Have Covered Mueller’s Press Conference

Rod Thomson As a former long-time journalist, I like to sometimes write a straight news story based on the actual news and not leftist agitprop. If straightforward, honest, non-pack journalists were covering last week’s surprise press conference by Robert Mueller, this is how a news story might read. Surprise Mueller Statement Questions Universal Presumption Of […]

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Breakdown: The World Is Measurably Better Since January 2017

Rod Thomson The largely unreported and to some ironic reality of the past two years is that the world overall is a better, safer, more prosperous place since the swearing in of Donald Trump as President of the United States in 2016. Better than it was under Barack Obama and better than it was under […]

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Judge Sullivan Must Recuse Himself From Flynn Case

by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. When I was in sixth grade, I was chosen to be the defense attorney for a classmate. Evelyn was accused of passing an answer to a test question to a fellow student during an exam. She was accused of cheating. Evelyn was a great student, and she had never been accused […]

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Presidential Pardon Designed Precisely For U.S. Green Beret Golsteyn Case

by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. All too predictably, The New York Times is hyperbolically criticizing President Donald Trump for saying that he would review the case of Major Mathew L. Golsteyn, a Green Beret accused of killing an Afghan man in 2010. Consumed with its biased vitriol, The New York Times called the President “impulsive” and accused him of exercising “undue command […]

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Today’s Chaos Over Flynn Sentencing Is Result Of FBI Entrapment

by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D., and Rod Thomson Every once in a while, you come across a set of circumstances that brings you great sadness about our country’s state of affairs. (Yes, it may be happening more frequently.)  The events surrounding the prosecution of General Michael Flynn and his treatment by the FBI and Special Counselor Robert Mueller is […]

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Kavanaugh And Thomas Could End Media Protection From Libel

By Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. On Feb. 29, 1960, Dr. Martin Luther King was arrested in Alabama on two counts of perjury for allegedly filing false state income tax returns. In response, and believing the case to be without merit, two groups, the Committee to Defend Martin Luther King and The Struggle For Freedom In […]

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Senate Has Duty To Immediately Investigate Feinstein, McLean

By Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. Now that the Senate, with the aid of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has completed its confirmation process of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the question is what, if anything, does it have to do next? In light of the fact that a 36-year-old story was brought to the Senate for its serious […]

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For Kagan, Only The Illusion Of Impartiality Is Important

By Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. Let’s be clear. The Supreme Court is no more impartial or neutral a body than Congress itself. I have heard it said so many times that the Supreme Court’s opinion is the final word on a legal issue. The contention is that because justices are neutral arbiters of the law […]

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Jeff Flake Sets The U.S. Senate On Treacherous Path This Week

By Rep. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. In 1982, Greg Watson turned in a thesis to his professor at Texas Christian University. In it, he argued that an unratified constitutional amendment first proposed by Madison as part of the Bill of Rights could still become law. His efforts earned him a C. Not because of poor […]