#Courts

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Out-Pacing Trump, Biden Gets 40 Federal Judges Confirmed in First Year

Chipping away at the gains made during the Trump administration, President Biden is moving expeditiously to counter the influx of...

Politics | Politics

WISCONSIN JUDGE: ‘Our Court System Has Been Deeply Intimidated by the Left’

A former Wisconsin state judge, who is now representing the Trump campaign in litigation in that state, testified before Congress

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Podcast | Underground USA | United States

An irreverent, brutally truthful, fact-based podcast. At every turn over the last 72+ hours two-thirds of the branches of our federal government and five rogue state executive and judiciary branches have screwed the American people. The time is coming in

Politics | Politics

Reckless Courts Codify Chaos - American Greatness

Flagrant election cheating in several swing states, it seems, is of no interest to the self-appointed watchdogs of American democracy or even to those…

Politics | Donald Trump

Trump on Track to Flip the Ninth Circuit to Republican by 2020 | Trending

With the confirmation of  Kenneth Kiyul Lee to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday, President Trump is on track to flip the notoriously liberal court to Republican by 2020. According to National Review's Ed Whelan, Lee will be filling a seat

Politics | Trump Politics

Trump Taking Hatchet To Historically Liberal 9th Circuit Court, Snubs Harris and Feinstein

Trump bypassed the traditional courtesy of seeking approval from certain senators with regard to judicial nominees from their state to nominate three conservatives from California for the liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

15 Secrets of Courtroom Sketch Artists | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Broken lights and the Fourth Amendment - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: Is it a violation of the Constitution for a police officer to act on a misunderstanding of the law? That’s what the Supreme Court asked in its first case of the new term.