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Kristen Welker is getting high praise from all quarters for keeping order in the debate but should that be the standard? The NY Times is calling Angela Davis one of "The Greats". I disagree.
Ghislaine Maxwell revelations, Amy Coney Barrett moves onto the inevitable path to becoming a justice, Google, Twitter, Biden and Breonna Taylor.
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Democrats have indicated they may pack the court if Judge Barrett is confirmed. If she is confirmed, could she be a deciding vote on an election case involving President Trump? Either way, it's bad news for the court.
Vice President Biden gets closer to his position on court packing and we discuss social media's ban of disputed Hunter Biden's email.
How to make the next SCOTUS hearings more informative.
What happens if the Democrats sweep the legislative branches? If Democrats flip the Senate, hold the House, and pick up the Presidency, but the Supreme Court remains dominated by conservatives?
My alternatives to having senators make speeches and ask questions without following up.
Will we learn anything from the confirmation hearings or will it just be reduced to partisan squabbles?
Americans have the right to get straight answers from their candidates and I explore the scary situation that is occurring in my old neighborhood.
Are hard left radicals like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Peter Beinart taking over the Democratic party with a big push toward extremist ideas?
SCOTUS just reversed the South Carolina court decision striking down the need to witness mail-in ballots. Does this signal further SCOTUS meddling in the election.
The doctors at Walter Reed have put out conflicting stories. Should POTUS have a personal doctor and a separate White House doctor who has no political agenda?
President Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis raises many questions about what happens in the event he becomes incapacitated. The 25th Amendment provides for what happens in the event of an incapacitated president, but what happens if there is an incapacitated candidate?
In the first presidential debate, neither candidate was willing to condemn their own side. It's easy to condemn the other side's extremists but the true test is will they condemn their own side's extremists.
The first presidential debate is just a symptom of the end of civil discourse and debate. My suggestions for how we can do better.
How will senators use this Amy Coney Barrett law review article and other opinions against her in the confirmation hearings?
The Democrats can't Kavanaugh her but can they Bork her?
A close look at what might happen if either presidential candidate refuses to concede. What checks and balances are built into the system? It's another law seminar, today on The Dershow.
Amidst the public outcry following the recent decision not to charge officers involved with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, I'll take a close legal look at the case. Plus - You'll be shocked to learn who else prosecutors may be able to charge!
All of this and your questions today on The Dershow.
I'm the professor and you're the students. Today we'll discuss some hypothetical scenarios that could occur when replacing a justice.
Should RGB have resigned when the country had a Democrat president and the Senate, insuring the Democrat replacement? Are the Republican senators just playing politics?
What happens if the Senate ties in its advise and consent of the new justice? What happens if the electoral college ties on the election and what happens if the election goes to the Supreme Court and it ties 4 to 4?
Hear my law school seminar today on The Dershow!
A constitutional analysis of the Supreme Court crisis.
A new survey about the Holocaust has revealed a shocking lack of knowledge in the youth of America. What can you do?
Are there limits to free speech under the first amendment and if so what are they?
When I testified at the Trump impeachment hearing, CNN edited what I said to mean the opposite. That is not free speech.
The University of Chicago graduate English program will only accept students willing to work in black studies.
- Israel's new peace with the UAE
- The presidential war rooms
- The legal teams of the election
- Violence by the police and against the police.