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This week: Allison and Andrew dive into the Justice Department’s suit against Texas over SB8; Columbus, Ohio enlists the help of DoJ to reform its police department, but the police don’t seem to be cooperating; DoJ and MALDEF file appeals in Texas over DACA; plus bye-bye to Spicer and Conway, hello to a good Judge Thomas; and more. Follow your host…
 
This week: what is the shadow docket; just how insidious is Texas SB8; where in the world is John Pierce - defender of January 6 insurrectionists and probable grifter; two key nominations from Biden; and more. *Correction: Andrew refers to John Pierce’s two-member group as the “National Constitutional Liberties Union.” It is called the “National Co…
 
This week: AG and Andrew are live in DC with special guest Glenn Kirschner. They take a deep dive into Judge Parker’s Kraken sanctions ruling. Follow your hosts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/patorrezlaw https://twitter.com/aisle45pod Promo Codes: The Feals Customer Service team is dedicated to making sure you get t…
 
This week: Lawrence Tribe calls on Garland to investigate Trump for his attempted coup; Fruman is changing his not guilty plea; environmental cleanup news; Maricopa County Recorder writes a 38-page letter to Arizona Republicans about the Crazy Times Carnival Fraudit; plus Biden has nominated Ambassadors to China, Japan, and Tanzania, plus 5 more ke…
 
This week: some context for the US withdrawal from Afghanistan that’s missing from most major outlets; the Senate passes a resolution to authorize the budget reconciliation process; we welcome another Republican to join the 1/6 Commission; Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar has been nominated to fill the position in a Senate-confirmed capa…
 
This week: it’s beginning to look like Democrats outmaneuver Republicans on infrastructure; Jeffrey Rosen has been working with the DOJ about TFG’s attempts to get him to do a coup; we’re learning how deep the plan actually went; Riggleman, once endorsed by TFG, is now a technical advisor to the Jan 6 Commission; and welcome to Eunice Lee to the 2n…
 
This week: reversing Trump’s environmental policies will take some time; Trump’s losing record defending his rule changes; some of Garland’s recent decisions are pretty encouraging. Andrew Torrez is out this week, so Morgan Stringer is joining Allison. Follow your hosts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/patorrezlaw htt…
 
This week: some prominent Republicans have switched to promoting the COVID vaccine; the January 6 House Select Committee convened with 7 Democrats and 2 Republicans; Merrick Garland issued a long-awaited directive Wednesday seeking to limit political influence on law enforcement matters by strictly limiting contacts between Justice Department perso…
 
This week: what could the first felony sentence handed down to an insurrectionist mean for the rest of them; Calk talk - Stephen M. Calk gets convicted of bribery and corruptly using his position; how laughable are McQarthy’s picks for the House Insurrection Commission and a friendly wager on how Pelosi will proceed Follow your hosts on Twitter: ht…
 
This week: let’s take a deep dive into the Kraken sanctions hearing; the Pentagon scraps a $10B deal with Microsoft after Amazon sued on the grounds that the contract was awarded due to “outside influence that has no place in the government”; the Commerce Department released a report on proposed automobile tariffs from the Trump Admin.; what’s a “b…
 
This week: let’s take a deep dive into what’s in the first counts in the Weisselberg indictment; can NY prove intent; the Biden Administration issues rules to protect us against “surprise billing” from hospitals and insurance companies; Biden announces plan to bring deported veterans and their families back to the US and halt any deportations; plus…
 
This week: Trump’s lawyer tells us something we already know; Garland challenges Georgia’s voter restrictions in “first of many steps” the DoJ will take to protect voters’ rights; will the bipartisan infrastructure framework hold, did Biden tip his hand; plus an insurrectionist gets charged with assault. Morgan Stringer is filling in for Allison Gi…
 
This week; it appears the FBI IS working its way up the food chain in the insurrection investigation, could they be going as high as Congress; more on the Barr "leak investigation" subpoenas; meet Oz; Mercer, Bannon, Stone, and Operation Clintonson; plus hello again to Christi Grimm. Follow your hosts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allisongill htt…
 
This week: we dive deeper into Judge Amy Berman Jackson’s response to DoJ’s motion to stay in the CREW/Barr Memo case; Kleinhendler tees up some pretty weak arguments in front of US District Court Judge Valerie E. Caproni and she walloped them; Biden announces his support for repealing the 2002 AUMF; Horowitz has been tapped to investigate the 2018…
 
This week: what team is Manchin playing for, and are there Republicans who are less republican than him; the Biden Administration strengthened the Endangered Species Act - is it enough to undo Trump’s environmental damage; have you heard Rudy on the phone trying to get Ukraine to “investigate” Biden; who is the Special Master tasked with going thro…
 
This week: what’s the state of partisan polarization; can Biden get his agenda through; shifting demographics are scary for racists; Vanita Gupta will make a difference in the investigation and prosecution of hate crimes; can the DoJ walk AND chew gum; the EPA restores a rule that will give authority back states and Native American tribes to block …
 
This week: How will the Gordon Sondland’s suit against Pompeo go; could Pompeo be in criminal trouble, too; is Trump appointed IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig sweet-talking Democrats just to keep his job; how authoritarian did Barr’s DoJ get to find the identity of a Twitter account that made fun of Devin Nunes; is the US in the market for a Greenl…
 
This week: What does Greenberg plea deal mean for Greenberg; what could it mean for Gaetz; what dumb Executive Orders did Biden undo; what does Justice Thomas really think about stare decisis; are we preparing for a Roe v Wade showdown; is Stefanik really that conservative; are there any Republicans standing up against the Cyber Ninjas? Apologies f…
 
This week: how much can the Biden Administration and DoJ do to protect transgender rights; why are commanding officers still have prosecutorial discretion with respect to military sexual assault; what can we do to combat right-wing domestic terrorism without trampling on the First Amendment; where can you follow Biden’s Cabinet picks to see who is …
 
This week: do the results of an open primary in Texas foretell doom for Democrats in 2022; what did Rudy Giuliani do to get raided; what’s going on in Gaetz and Dr. Hand; plus we introduce some highly qualified nominees to the Biden Administration. Want to support this podcast and get it ad-free and early? Go to: Patreon.com/aisle45pod Check out th…
 
This week: how have Biden’s first 100 days gone; what are we looking for the Biden Administration to do in the next 100 days; what do DoJ investigations into Louisville and Minneapolis Police Departments mean for the departments and the residents; what happened in the press conference about the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.; we take a deep dive with…
 
This week: we go over closing arguments in the Chauvin trial; what did Deb Haaland undo with coal leases; are the Oath Keepers a criminal enterprise; plus we say goodbye to Betsy Weatherhead and others in Comings and Goings. Follow our guest on Twitter: Frank Figliuzzi (@FrankFigliuzzi1) Author, THE FBI WAY: INSIDE THE BUREAU'S CODE OF EXCELLENCE F…
 
This week: what is encouraging about the Chauvin trial; is Gaetz really that committed to supporting education; what does Biden’s Supreme Court Commission look like, and what is their scope; how is 45’s zero-tolerance policy at the border getting cleaned up; plus hello to some new Biden nominees. Want to support this podcast and get it ad-free and …
 
This week: are the floodgates of Gaetz-gate opening; is Justice Thomas serious; is Lin Wood well; plus we say goodbye to a bunch of anti-science science advisors at the EPA. Follow our guest on Twitter: Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) Senior Investigative Reporter & Editor, @LawCrimeNews Host, Objections: With Adam Klasfeld Want to support this po…
 
This week: how low will Chauvin’s defense go; can Vanita Gupta withstand the attacks from Republicans; what does the middle of SCOTUS look like now; what can the For the People Act do for you, and more! Follow our guest on Twitter: Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) Nat.Sec.L. Podcast (@NSLpodcast) co-host; Want to support this podcast and get it ad-fr…
 
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