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Supreme Court Declines Rand Paul Attacker’s Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined an appeal made by Rene Boucher, a man who brutally attacked Rand Paul in 2017, after the 6th Court of Appeals declared his initial District Court sentence too lenient, the Washington Examiner reports. Boucher had petitioned the Supreme Court for a review of the case after the Court of Appeals had made clear he may be facing more jail time than he had expected, arguing that this constituted double jeopardy. Keep Reading

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Texas Voter ID Misruling

Federal judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos – on a mission to “persist” perhaps – ruled last week that Texas’ voter ID law not only discriminates against minorities and/or the poor and/or the “disenfranchised” – but does so intentionally. That the judge was appointed by former President Barack Obama probably has nothing at all to do with her myopic legal views or her contrived and misguided ruling. It’s unfortunate that ideologically driven judicial rulings attempting to satisfy a political agenda continue to remain obstructions to justice and the expressed will of the people. For the past ten years, voters elected Republicans to both houses… Keep Reading

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