February 22, 2018

Lawsuit Filed Against UC Berkeley, Police, City and Members of Antifa Over Violent 2017 Riot.

Four victims of the brutal violence committed by Antifa during the riot in Berkeley last February over Milo Yiannopoulos’ scheduled speaking event have filed a lawsuit against the university, the city, the police, and two of the black clad rioters that they were able to identify. The lawsuit names UC Berkeley, UCPD, Berkeley PD, the […]

Cuomo Named in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit, Accused of ‘Deliberate Indifference’

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been accused of “deliberate indifference” in a sexual harassment claim against former Empire State Development Corp. regional president William “Sam” Hoyt. The accuser, Lisa Marie Cater, says Cuomo’s office ignored her urgent calls. The governor is now named in the federal lawsuit. She twice called the governor’s office to […]

Donald Trump Sends Executive Order Lawsuit to Higher Court

The Department of Justice is formally objecting to the March 15 claim by a District Court judge in Maryland that President Donald Trump’s violated the religious freedom clauses of the constitution with his March 6 Executive Order on immigration reform. The objection goes to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, whose 15-judge panel includes ten judges nominated […]

Travesty of Legal Errors in Immigration EO Lawsuit

Washington and Minnesota’s lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s immigration executive order (EO) showcases a cavalcade of legal errors. First, the lawsuit could have been dismissed by the district court (or the court of appeals) in whole or in part for lack of jurisdiction. Second, the district court did not give the required legal reasoning in […]

Federal Court Revives Clinton Email Lawsuit

A federal appeals court has ruled unanimously that two government agencies did not take adequate measures to recover the emails Hillary Clinton illegally deleted from her private server. While the State Department and National Archives worked to recover the deleted emails from 2009 to 2013, when Clinton was secretary of state, they refrained from requesting […]

Donald Trump Hammers Media, Vows Lawsuit Against NY Times

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is responding to allegations from three women from two separate reports that accuse him of engaging in improper sexual conduct. Trump, speaking to a crowd of at least 7,000, attributed the timing of the allegations to the election and blamed forces involved with Democratic presidential nominee […]

After Dallas, Obama Faces Class Action Lawsuit For Inciting Violence

Larry Klayman, the head of Freedom Watch and founder of Judicial Watch, filed a class action lawsuit on Monday in federal district court in Dallas against President Obama and others for inciting violence, leading to the killings of law enforcement officers. In his complaint, Klayman named not only Barack Obama but Nation of Islam leader […]

Another Lawsuit Is Coming After Obama’s Sexual Assault Policies

The country’s biggest advocate for civil liberties on U.S. campuses has filed a lawsuit that could blow up a key plank in the Obama administration’s campaign against college sexual assaults. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is backing a lawsuit by John Doe, an anonymous former University of Virginia (UVA) law student who in […]

CALLS ON FLORIDA GOV. RICK SCOTT TO SHOW LEADERSHIP AND JOIN LAWSUIT AGAINST FEDS

TALLAHASSEE- On Wednesday May 25, 2016, eleven states and representative entities filed a lawsuit in federal court against the United States, the US Department of Justice, the US Department of Education and against a variety of federal government entities and department heads in response to the Obama Administration’s recent unconstitutional and dangerous mandate requiring boys be allowed to […]

Texas Lawyer Files Lawsuit Over Whether Ted Cruz Can Be President

An 85-year-old attorney in Texas has filed a lawsuit asking for a ruling on whether Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz97% is eligible to serve as president of the United States. The attorney, Newton B. Schwartz Sr., filed the 28-page document this week in federal court in Houston, Texas, pointing out that the Constitution says “no […]

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