by | Jun 6, 2018

“Mueller? Mueller?” “Anyone? Anyone?” Okay, now that’s out of the way, let’s try this. We are facing a grave Constitutional challenge. It has to do with Special Prosecutor Mueller seeking to question President Donald Trump under oath on anything he…

by | Jan 9, 2018

This is the second in a series of articles dissecting the prosecution of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. In Les Misérables, Jean Valjean’s fictional antagonist was Inspector Javert, whose obsession with punishing Valjean bordered on demonic. Paxton’s inquisitors, Kent Schaffer…

by | Jan 3, 2018

In the annals of “lawfare” — the weaponized use of the legal system to punish a political enemy — one must distinguish between a random “drive-by” motivated by spite or revenge, versus carefully orchestrated schemes calculated to achieve regime change:…

by | Sep 25, 2017

On June 20, 2010 Federal Judge Linda R. Reade of Iowa’s Northern District fined Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin $27 million and sentenced him to 27 years for supposed financial fraud. As I explain and emphasize later, the “fraud” itself was manufactured…

by | Oct 17, 2016

The downtown New York courtroom where 91-year old Maurice R. (“Hank”) Greenberg began testifying last month has all the hallmarks of legal majesty: a robed judge, the Honorable Charles E. Ramos, seated behind an elevated bench; a uniformed bailiff bellowing…

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