There’s lots of simple analysis about the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on President Trump’s Immigration Executive Order. On the Right, the President’s order is clearly Constitutional. On the Left, it’s a massive arrogation of power. Our Constitutional Law Professor, Bill Hodes, tackles the issues and explains the choices the Circuit Court made and that the Supreme Court will have to wrestle with.
Gerrymandering is a really easy practice to condemn and a really complex problem to solve. And just as there are no permanent majorities in American politics, there may never be such a thing as a perfect map. Read More…Read More »
We are accustomed to thinking that the only way to remove a judge is by impeachment. It’s entirely possible that President Trump has the authority to unilaterally remove a judge from office for egregious acts in the manner of the Hawaii judge who invoked political reasons to rule against Trump.[…]Read More »