Archive for the "Law behind the news" Category
I am an attorney who practices in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio. In limited circumstances I can practice in other states with the assistance of local counsel. The purpose of this piece is to outline a possible method of challenging local officials designation of a state or city as a sanctuary for illegal immigrants. The perfect […]
The murderer of Kate Steinle was found not guilty and will be going free. Although I respect our judicial system, I believe the verdict was unjust and a travesty. However, there is a change which should be implemented to make it harder for illegals to remain in the country. Illegally entering the United States should […]
This post is not about politics which often is the topic of the show. It is about an ongoing incident in my life. Numerous listeners have expressed an interest in learning more about my personal life and what it is like being blind. If you’re not interested in this, stop reading. For those who stayed, […]
Someone asked on the show tonight whether Senator Franken’s victim could sue him now that he admitted what he did. I said yes. But I have to issue a correction. Senator Al Franken didn’t really admitte to sexually abusing her. He said he “doesn’t remember fax the same way,” but was still sorry. That gives […]
According to the memorandum leaked by an unnamed source, President Trump told then FBI director James Comey, “Michael Flynn is a nice guy. I hope you can let this go.” Immediately after this news broke last night, mental midgets in the mainstream media began jabbering about obstruction of justice. However, lost in this maelstrom of […]
Ever since the Texas district court issued a nationwide injunction against the President’s unconstitutional executive order, French congressional Republicans have been clamoring to convince their colleagues to pass a DHS funding bill acceptable to Democrats.