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The court-packing coup

In December 2021, Joe Biden’s Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court released its Draft Final Report, running over 200 pages, to no fanfare. Few commentators noticed the report’s existence. Even fewer read the report—let alone carefully analyzed it.

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Wink-and-nod nomination: Who really is Ketanji Brown Jackson?

For many liberal groups, Ketanji Brown Jackson is a supreme “deliverable” by President Biden. Activist groups have pushed her nomination to the Supreme Court while opposing the consideration of fellow short-lister District Judge J. Michelle Childs. These groups clearly did not like Childs and her more moderate take on legal issues. Yet the interesting question is, what did they see in Judge Jackson that made her the preferred choice? It seems to be widely understood but barely discussed.

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The media blackout of Durham’s bombshell report

A filing by special counsel John Durham — alleging Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign paid a technology company to establish an “inference” that the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia so she could win an election — has not generated much excitement in the mainstream media.

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Who is leading BLM and where are their millions going?

Kelly Dolan, Karen E. Knudsen, Jonathan Reckford. These are the respective CEOs of the Ronald McDonald House Charities, the American Cancer Society, and Habitat for Humanity. Their jobs are to offer leadership and guidance and to be responsible, along with their board members, for the direction and financial transparency of their organizations.

Black Lives Matter is another major nonprofit in this country. But who is running it, and how are their donations being spent? The answers are hard to find.

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Judge blasts Justice Department for false account of Kamala Harris’ whereabouts on January 6

A D.C. District Court judge overseeing numerous Capitol protest cases today accused the Justice Department of repeatedly falsifying the location of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris during the afternoon of January 6, 2021.

Judge Trevor McFadden, a Trump appointee, openly doubted the validity of trespassing charges against Nicholas Rodean, indicted last March on several counts for his participation in the protest on Capitol Hill.

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