It should come as no surprise that Justice Alito is pro-life. To the best of my knowledge, he has never announced his personal views on the subject, but it’s a pretty clear inference from what we do know about him. In any case, he’s made no secret of his belief that states should be ableContinue reading “Dobbs and Dishonesty”
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TransUnion v. Ramirez: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?
Those who were paying close attention during the Barrett nomination (or who read my blog on the subject) might remember her decision in Casillas v. Madison Avenue Associates, Inc. Paula Casillas tried to sure Madison Avenue Associates because it hadn’t told her that attempts to dispute her debt must be in writing. The Court ofContinue reading “TransUnion v. Ramirez: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?”
Is President Trump “Unable to Discharge the Powers and Duties of his Office”?
Since the riots at the Capitol, there has been much talk of removing President Trump from office under Section 4 of the 25th Amendment. There is little chance of that happening, despite Democrats’ best efforts, and not just because Section 4 doesn’t actually remove the President from office. Even so, it warrants thinking about. LikeContinue reading “Is President Trump “Unable to Discharge the Powers and Duties of his Office”?”