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It’s Time to Admit That the Military Commissions Have Failed

I’ve written elsewhere about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s stunning, unanimous decision in In re Al-Nashiri III to throw out three-and-a-half years’ worth of pre-trial rulings by a Guantánamo military commission in the case of the … Continue reading

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SG's Supplemental Knick Brief: No Fifth Amendment Violation If Govt Does Not Admit To A Taking, But Property Owners Should Still Be Able To Come To Federal Court Anyway To "Vindicate" The Right To Compensation

As we wrote in this post, the federal government''s position in Knick v. Township of Scott, No. 17-647, which is set for reargument next month, has us a bit perplexed. On one hand, the SG's bottom line is good: property … Continue reading

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Did Twitter engineers just admit to shadow-banning conservatives? Nope

Enlarge / James O'Keefe. (credit: Gage Skidmore) James O'Keefe is a conservative activist who has made a name for himself with hidden camera investigations of supposedly liberal organizations. This week, he turned his attention to Twitter, publishing a series of … Continue reading

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Pair Admit Creating False Employment Documents

Ronald J. O'Malley, 48, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, the former Chairman and Commissioner of the Bergen County Improvement Authority and a principal in the mortgage brokerage firm Diversified Financial Group, d/b/a Residential Mortgage Corporation, and Laura-Jean Arvelo, 52, River … Continue reading

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