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Hunter Biden discussed leveraging his connection to his father in a bid to boost his pay from a Ukrainian natural gas company, according to an email he sent around the time he joined the firm’s corporate board.
In a lengthy memo to his then-business partner, Devon Archer, who already sat on the Burisma board, Biden repeatedly mentioned “my guy” while apparently referring to then-Vice President Joe Biden. [Read More]
Bruce Ohr, the senior Justice Department official whose conduct in the Russia case spurred significant controversy, has retired after being informed that a decision on disciplinary action was imminent, the department announced Wednesday.
Ohr’s decision will spare him any potential punishment for his role in providing information to the FBI about Christopher Steele’s dossier at the same time his wife, Nellie Ohr, worked for the same firm as Steele — Fusion GPS, run by Glenn Simpson. [Read More]
A motion to have all grade levels back in Loudoun County Public Schools by Dec. 1 via a hybrid learning model fell one vote short of approval during Tuesday night’s Loudoun County School Board meeting.
Board member Ian Serotkin (Blue Ridge District) successfully moved to suspend the rules during the evening’s information agenda so he could make the motion, which ultimately failed 4-5 with Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan (Sterling District), Vice Chairwoman Atoosa Reaser (Algonkian District), Beth Barts (Leesburg District), Denise Corbo (At-Large) and Harris Mahedavi (Ashburn District) opposed [Read More]
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) October 14, 2020
Judge Amy Coney Barrett has been a judge on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for three years, and in that time has participated in more than 200 criminal cases. These cases are an important window into her jurisprudence because criminal law provides one of the simplest and clearest views of what the Constitution means in practice.
On the one hand, you have the power of the government at its apex: the power to take away property, liberty, and even life. And on the other, you have individual rights at their apex: the right to due process, the right to a jury, the right to counsel, and even the right to use the government’s power to summon witnesses for one’s own defense. [Read More]
“One of the things you do in hearings is you have to sit there looking attentively at people you know have no idea what they’re talking about” -Justice Thomas pic.twitter.com/FnpCVzZSQZ
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) October 14, 2020