Monday, November 21, 2016

Maybe he should not have taught us for 15 months it's ok to degrade and demean a President?

Trump surprised and boiling mad that he can't make us shut up. Says Democracy is rigged against him.

Divorce attorney advice:  Husbands,  give serious thought to a worthwhile gift for Christmas. Most of our business booms on the 26th.  Just sayin'

For fifteen months we all attended Trump University specializing in how to degrade and demean a sitting President.  Come January Trump may regret teaching us that it's perfectly fine to do that.  #BankruptingAmericaInEveryWay

Trump to meet Governor Ooops today.

I'm no Nigerian Prince, but I do need your assistance in getting millions and millions of dollars into my U.S. bank account.

Set back. Trump will have to re-appoint his  climate change denier, as  while he was giving an enthusiastic  speech today died from spontaneous combustion.



By DAVID LAT on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2016 10:47 AM
What can trial lawyers learn from the late Joe Jamail’s handling of this famous case?
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Michael S. Rawlings, the mayor of Dallas, said this month that his city appeared to be
Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy


Decades of faulty assumptions by pension officials have left the city struggling with more pension debt, relative to its resources, than any major American city except Chicago.



Pardon Me? Obama Wrongly States That He Cannot Pardon Edward Snowdon

by jonathanturley
PresObama220px-edward_snowden-2There was an interesting recent interview of President Barack Obama by the German media giant Der Spiegel. In the interview, President Obama insisted that he could not pardon Edward Snowden as a matter of constitutional law. He is manifestly wrong. While the President may not want to pardon someone who deeply embarrassed him and his Administration, he is entirely capable of pardoning Snowden who is widely viewed as a whistleblower.


Turkey Advances Bill That Would Allow Rapists To Avoid Charges If They Marry Their Victims

by jonathanturley
150px-muslim_woman_in_yemenWe have seen the erosion of civil liberties with the rise of the Islamic parties in Turkey under the autocratic rule of Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan. Like many Muslim countries, Turkey has a long and troubling history of child brides and arranged marriages. Recently, the Turkish Constitutional Court annulled a provision that punishes all sexual acts against children under the age of 15 as “sexual abuse.” Now, a bill which would allow men accused of raping underage girls to be cleared if they marry the girl has been preliminarily backed by Turkish MPs. Notably, the bill would pardon men only if they had sex without "force or threat" and if they married the victim. However, that would legitimate child marriage.



Nov. 21, 2016

Officials neglect grant application for anti-overdose drug

by Alex Samuels






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