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  1. Other people's draft opinions, in general...
  2. That leftist professor is pretty vile, but the vitriol isn't exclusive to the far left either: FORMER TRUMP ADVISER ROGER STONE CALLS BARBARA BUSH 'NASTY DRUNK,' 'VINDICTIVE' AFTER FORMER FIRST LADY'S DEATH Roger Stone steps up attacks on Barbara Bush: 'She is descending into hell right now'
  3. Not necessarily. The logic behind the ruling seems pretty sound, once you break it down: "While Dimaya's appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit was pending, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Johnson v. United States, which held that the definition of a 'violent felony' in the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) was unconstitutionally vague. As a result, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that the INA's crime of violence provision was unconstitutionally vague because it was largely similar to the violent felony provision in the ACCA that the Supreme Court struck down in Johnson. The appellate court found that both provisions denied fair notice to defendants and failed to make clear when a risk of violence could be considered substantial." So it's not a ruling against immigration policy, in general; rather, it's just the the definition of a "violent felony" was too vague, as written. That seems to be a pretty easy fix in Congress, if they're inclined to do so.
  4. https://www.npr.org/2018/04/17/603160263/supreme-court-strikes-down-part-of-immigration-law Interesting to see Neil Gorsuch side with the more liberal-leaning justices on this issue, but understandable.
  5. Every time, I check-in, hoping that this thread has been mercifully put out of its misery, yet...
  6. RIP Gunny

    He was awesome on the History Channel show "Mail Call". One of my staple shows growing up
  7. https://www.dailywire.com/news/29314/watch-mick-mulvaney-schools-maxine-waters-so-she-ryan-saavedra
  8. It's literally the Parthenon of Stupidity now.
  9. How Can/Will The Browns Blow It? Or Not?

    Idk. I can meet you halfway by saying that taking Barkley #1 overall - at the expense of drafting Darnold or Rosen - would be a waste, but a Rosen/Darnold @ #1 and Barkley @ #4 would be a pretty good first round in my book. Barkley is a beast of a RB
  10. How Can/Will The Browns Blow It? Or Not?

    1. Drafting Allen as their future QB 2. Trading down from the #1 pick to accumulate more picks 3. Letting Hue, Jimmah or another random homeless person override Dorsey when making draft picks.
  11. Also, the US Attorney that Mueller passed this investigation off to is a Trump-appointed US Attorney. Also, if Trump thinks the investigation has exceeded its mandate, he has the constitutional authority to pull the plug on it at anytime.
  12. https://www.politico.com/story/2018/04/09/justice-department-clinton-documents-us-attorney-508714
  13. If this is a witch hunt of the Trump administration, then why would the Trump DOJ sign off on it? Mueller isn't the one going after Cohen; he referred the case to the SDNY Attorney's office. That office and the DOJ are the one's pursuing the matter.
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