ANDREW C. MCCARTHY, D.C. Circuit judges seem disturbed by the degree to which Judge Sullivan has exhibited bias in Flynn’s case. Maybe Judge Luttig was right all along. I had the… read more Should Judge Sullivan Be Disqualified from Flynn Case?
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday considered whether a federal judge must honor the highly unusual request by President Donald Trump’s administration to drop the criminal case against his former… read more U.S. appeals court rehears Trump ex-aide Flynn’s bid to end criminal case
President Donald Trump’s executive clemency to his longtime friend and adviser Roger Stone not only commuted the veteran Republican operative’s prison term but it also spared him a hefty fine… read more Trump’s clemency for Roger Stone wipes away fine and supervised release
Despite a renewed focus on wrongful arrests and racial discrimination after the death of George Floyd, meaningful reform of the massive U.S. criminal justice system is unlikely ahead of the… read more Hopes fade for reform of massive U.S. criminal justice system
Tim Graham, Radicalism in America’s largest cities seems impervious to reason. Consider this headline in the Minneapolis Star Tribune: “Despite a wave of violence, Minneapolis ‘defund police’ effort continues: An influential… read more Abolish the Cops. Abolish the Prisons. What Next?
A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday directed a federal judge to drop a criminal case against President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn for lying to the FBI,… read more U.S. court orders dismissal of case against former Trump aide Flynn
Kimberly Ells, Author James Michener said, “It is one of the dismal characteristics of humanity that in any society there is an irreducible minimum of men and women who enjoy sadistic work and… read more There’s No Sadistic Path to Restorative Justice
Bob Barr, Policing in the United States is overdue for reform. Admitting to this is not a matter of race, political party, or ideology. It is an observable truth, confirmed time… read more Reforming the Police Isn’t Anti-Law and Order