There’s more to be said for the letter the president’s lawyers sent to Robert Mueller than some commentators have acknowledged.
Josh Blackman is an Associate Professor at the South Texas College of Law Houston, and the author of Unraveled: Obamacare, Religious Liberty, and Executive Power.
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At the 2017 Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, conservative and libertarian lawyers squeezed red stress balls that were adorned with the now-famous slogan: “But Gorsuch!” The Washington Examiner explained that the stress balls, distributed by the R Street Institute, would give relief to those “who seek reasons to remain hopeful amid Trump’s first year in office.” This meme has become a mantra: Everything is terrible, but at least
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The attorney general should withdraw the 2014 Office of Legal Counsel opinion contending that DACA is lawful.
Wednesday’s oral arguments in Trump v. Hawaii held few surprises.
An analysis of the Fourth Circuit's decision in IRAP v. Trump.
Judge Nicholas Garaufis found a better path.