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A brief update on our ever-worsening constitutional crisis

Admitting, “I don’t need to do this,” Donald Trump today declared a national emergency on our southern border. Then, just like any president might do after declaring a national emergency, Donald Trump left Washington for a golfing vacation in Florida. When asked why he’d declare a national emergency instead of accepting the deal that had […]

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Textbook witness intimidation

Hearing that Michael Cohen had given word today that he would not be testifying before Congress on February 7 as promised, citing threats made against members of his family by Donald Trump, I decided to pull together a little “witness intimidation” timeline for us to go over as a group. I hope you find the […]

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Donald Trump, identified as “Individual 1” in court filings, is implicated in campaign finance felonies

This coming Wednesday, Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is scheduled to be sentenced on the several criminal counts that he’s admitted guilt to over the past year, from bank fraud to lying to federal investigators looking into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and the Russians. Today, in advance of that court […]

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Did Trump just admit to obstruction of justice on Twitter?

The short answer is, “Yes, yes he did.” Donald Trump just posted Twitter that he knew, when his National Security Advisor Michael Flynn left his administration last February, that the retired general had committed a felony by lying to federal investigators looking into the role Russia played in our 2016 election. In fact, according to […]

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California bans the pay-the-gay-away psychological torture of LGBT youth known as “reparative therapy”

As you may recall, former Ypsilantian Josh Steichman told us earlier this summer that he was working on a campaign to see the so-called reparative therapy of minors outlawed in California. Well, this weekend, Josh and the rest of the Equality California team were successful. California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law legislation that would […]

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