Roy Moore Clone Runs for MS Supreme Court

Christian right attorney Steve Crampton, who used to work for Liberty Counsel, is now running for a spot on the Mississippi Supreme Court and is doing his best impersonation of Christian Reconstructionist Roy Moore from the Alabama Supreme Court. … [Read more...]

Trump Ordered to pay $300K to Vendor He Stiffed

Here's one of the vendors that Trump tried to stiff who not only won in court against him but got all their legal fees paid, plus extra. It's a paint company in Florida that Trump tried to cheat out of more than $30,000 and got almost $300,000 in legal fees paid. … [Read more...]

Trump Trying to Legally Intimidate Ghostwriter

Tony Schwartz, the man who wrote Donald Trump's book The Art of the Deal spoke out this week about the dangers of putting Donald Trump in the White House and now Trump, true to form, is trying to legally intimidate him into shutting up: … [Read more...]

MS Officials at Odds Over Appeal of ‘Religious Freedom’ Ruling

There's a conflict going on in Mississippi over whether to appeal a federal court order striking down a faux "religious freedom" law. The Democratic Attorney General, Jim Hood, says he will not file an appeal. But Republican Gov. Phil Bryant has already filed a notice of appeal with the courts. Hood issued this statement: … [Read more...]

Klayman Awaits Dismissal of His Latest Idiotic Lawsuit

Larry Klayman has filed yet another frivolous lawsuit that will never make it past a motion to dismiss. This time he's filed a class action suit (on behalf of what class? Dumbasses?) against Obama, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, Eric Holder and the leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement for inciting violence against police officers. … [Read more...]

What Black Lives Matter is Demanding

As the right wing flips out and demonizes the Black Lives Matter movement, it's worth looking at the actual changes that the group is demanding in our criminal justice system. There's nothing the least bit radical about it. Here are the ten policy changes they want: … [Read more...]

Roadside Drug Tests Completely Unreliable

As with breathalyzers, there is growing evidence that the roadside drug tests -- of potential drugs, not the individual allegedly in possession of them -- used by police officers are highly unreliable. The New York Times magazine has a full report. … [Read more...]

RNC Delegate Files Suit to Change Convention Voting Rules

While Larry Klayman has filed one lawsuit demanding that the courts force Republican delegates to vote for the candidate they were pledged to no matter how many votes are taken, a group of delegates has now filed a suit on the other side, demanding the right to vote for anyone they want on any ballot. … [Read more...]

Klayman Ready to Lose Another Lawsuit

The lawyer who represents himself has an idiot for a client, the old adage goes, so it's not a surprise that Larry Klayman, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Mat Staver, is about to lose yet another lawsuit in which he represents himself. … [Read more...]

Pratt: Eliminate the 9th Circuit!

The always unhinged Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America is quite upset that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled recently that the 2nd Amendment does not protect a right to carry concealed weapons, so being the reasonable guy that he is, he wants to just get rid of the 9th Circuit entirely. … [Read more...]

Fox News Wants Trump’s Depositions Released, Too

A group of all the major networks and newspapers has filed a motion to Judge Gonzalo Curiel to allow the release of Donald Trump's depositions in the suit against Trump "University." Fox News has now joined that group and is asking that they be made public as well. … [Read more...]

Appeals Court Upholds Net Neutrality Rules

In a very important ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled this week that the FCC's rules requiring internet service providers to treat all traffic the same and allow it to pass through their routers without throttling it were legal under both statutory and constitutional law. … [Read more...]