But many have also pointed out the best policy is for the White House to stay at arm's length from the criminal justice system, to ensure the courts keep true to the principle of impartial justice. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump went on a clemency spree this week. Will he go one step further and pardon Roger Stone?
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The political cabal appeared to be in violation of the Walt Disney World Resort Property Rules, which bans "unauthorized events, speeches, or use of any flag, banner, sign or other material for commercial purposes, or as part of a demonstration" and "obstructing sidewalks, entrances, driveways, patios, vestibules, stairways, corridors, halls or landings." … [Read more...] about Trump Supporters Bring ‘MAGA’ Mickey Mouse Cut Out to Disney World, Seek Legal Advice After Being Asked to Move
The group has not said how much it would spend on the presidential race, but thus far has budgeted $1.25 million to help reelect North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, both Democrats. It also plans to spend some of that first tranche of money toward beating two Republican senators, Cory Gardner of Colorado and Martha McSally of Arizona. … [Read more...] about Trump campaigns as a 2nd Amendment warrior
“Who doesn’t like to go to a charity event and post a selfie?” Karyn asked. She told me she felt immediate empathy for Yang, having gone through her own social-media controversy. Evan shot her a glance. “It’s okay,” she said. “If you Google me, it’s the first thing that comes up.” I did. Evan’s ex-wife had sued Karyn in 2017, claiming she had spread false rumors about her on Facebook and had threatened to hit her with a Louboutin stiletto. Anyway, the suit was dropped in February, and memories are fleeting in Florida, where people go for reinvention. “I think we’re all social climbing,” Karyn said. “That’s a bipartisan — that’s a human — thing. We’re all looking to be the best version of ourselves that we possibly can. So you’re now going to chastise people for wanting to make their lives better by making better friends, by going to better parties, by buying something … [Read more...] about How to Throw a Party at Mar-a-Lago
Every defense attorney knows that the best way to secure an acquittal is to find a better culprit, and over four days of cross-examination, Critchley and his counterpart, Baroni defense attorney Michael Baldassare, offered one to the jury: politics. Or to be more precise, the cynical brand of politics practiced by Wildstein. Throughout the questioning, the defense sought to show that Wildstein is an amoral operative, a dirty trickster, a disreputable blogger. (For nearly a decade, Wildstein anonymously operated a website that covered New Jersey politics.) The defense raised questions about a litany of misdeeds in Wildstein’s past, ranging from the relatively harmless (impersonating a representative of the actor Alan Alda in the 1980s to raise the Democratic Party’s hopes that he might run for office), to the allegedly corrupt (arranging for a Port Authority job, at Christie’s behest, for a Democratic sheriff so he would get out of electoral politics). Wildstein … [Read more...] about Bridgegate Trial: David Wildstein Is a Flawed Accuser, But His Story Never Wavered