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Prepare Yourself For Another Wave Of Hypocrisy – Above the Law

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Please light a candle: I want to search for an honest man. Politicians generally are loathsome. Their ethics change to meet the situation. Of course others...

What’s Wrong With Just Asking Questions? – Above the Law

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Think about politicians or pundits: When they want to express an outrageous idea, they phrase the idea as a question, so they can disavow...

The Sporty Sunglasses Co-opted by Fashion and Fascism

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At the last few Balenciaga shows, a pre-runway of sorts played out outside the venue: Demna's designs were photographed in landscapes milder than the snowy, windy,...

Yale Law Grad J.D. Vance Called Out As Trump ‘Ass-Kisser’ During...

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(Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images) I’m from Ohio. I don’t kiss anyone’s ass like him. Ohio needs an ass-kicker, not an ass-kisser. After Trump took J.D....

What Happens When Biglaw Gets ‘Political’? – Above the Law

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Today, with the increased likelihood of political blowback and client retaliation, there is the chance that your partners will be disturbed by the representation....

Breyer Refuses To Call Conservative-Majority Supreme Court ‘Conservative’

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Justice Stephen Breyer (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) The court docket’s determination within the 2000 presidential election case, Bush v. Gore, is also known as...

Immigration Newspeak II — USCIS Edition

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As I beforehand wrote, open borders advocates vehemently oppose using exact authorized phrases present in U.S. immigration regulation. The latest "dehumanizing" strawman time period...

Biden’s DHS Is Abolishing ICE Without Abolishing ICE

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The Washington Post ran an article this week captioned "New Biden rules for ICE point to fewer arrests and deportations, and a more restrained...

Polling Reveals Troubling Signs for Biden on Immigration

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The outcomes of a Morning Consult/Politico poll on President Biden's efficiency in areas of significance to voters was let go on February 3. It...

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