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Law Professor. Former chief White House ethics lawyer 2005-07. Independent. @RWPMinnesota

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Georgia's voting laws are an unconstitutional mess. I discuss here a key voting rights case, the court's findings and the lawyers who worked on it. @staceyabrams, @allegralawhardy, America thanks you for fighting for the right to vote! msnbc.com/opinion/msnbc-opin… via @msnbc
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"A Massive Fraud of this type and magnitude allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution,” Terminate the Constitution? These words alone disqualify him for sedition under 14th Amend., S. 3. cnn.com/2022/12/03/politics/…
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Legal academics are used to saying anything they want in the classroom and in "peer reviewed" books and articles. Try that in court and ........ OUCH! F.R.C.P. Rule 11.
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Crypto Bro spent tens of millions on PACs. How many politicians does he own? #ScammersInTheSlammer Former FTX users say the failed crypto exchange was a ‘Ponzi scheme.’ Here’s how those work, and what we know about how Sam Bankman-Fried operated fortune.com/2022/12/03/ftx-s…
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These scammers say it's time to ditch the "philosophy of personal responsibility." Let's see what @TheJusticeDept has to say about that.
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One million dollar PAC affiliated with Crypto Bro's family is called "Mind the Gap." Funny, nobody was "minding the gap" at FTX when billions in customer money went missing.
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Big difference. The Pentagon papers were classified. Yet still published. This material was not. The owner of the computer can sue the news outlets if he has a case, but Twitter had no business suspending the account of a newspaper for publishing it.
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After the 2008 financial crisis, when I was blaming the bankers who destroyed our economy, a Stanford legal philosopher suggested: “How about we don’t blame anyone?” Then as now, that's a great way for It to happen again. Personal responsibility matters. law.stanford.edu/stanford-la…
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Many of his customers and investors weren't told that their money was put in the hedge fund to begin with. #Scammersintheslammer. Exclusive: Sam Bankman-Fried Knew Plenty About His Alameda Research Hedge Fund–And Sent Details To Forbes via @forbes forbes.com/sites/chasewithor…
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“But in my view, the same grand equivocation underlies contemporary efforts to keep the world safe for blame, in the face of mounting evidence of biological and social determinism.” So Bernie Madoff and Donald Trump were only products of biological determinism? No blame? BS.
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