John Lucas
John Lucas

John Lucas is a practicing attorney in Tennessee who has successfully argued before the U. S. Supreme Court. Before entering law school at the University of Texas, he served in the Army Special Forces as an enlisted man and then graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point in 1969. He is an Army Ranger and fought in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader. He is married with four children.

Did You Miss The Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of Staff Labeling Trump Voters Enemies Of The State?

Gen. Mark Milley’s testimony can only be true if he counts as domestic enemies the thousands of Donald Trump supporters and conservatives who attended the president’s rally.

DC Court Of Appeals Blasts Judge Sullivan For Michael Flynn Power Grabs

Although couched in judicious language, the majority opinion leaves no doubt that Sullivan’s actions were not just wrong but a fundamental abuse of our system of government.

Why Allowing A Democrat Impeachment Witness To Cross-Examine An Opponent Was Completely Unfair And Unethical

No U.S. court would permit Democrats’ tactic of designating a witness to testify and then allowing that witness to conduct a surprise cross-examination of an attorney for the other side.

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Alexander Vindman’s Impeachment Testimony Displays His Open Insubordination

Vindman publicly and gratuitously questioned the policies of his commander in chief and did so in a partisan political setting. The U.S. military should nip that in the bud.

Alex Vindman’s Impeachment Testimony Completely Rested On His Personal Opinions

Alex Vindman’s testimony about the July 25 call between the two presidents does not add any new facts. So, what does he say? He offers his opinions about the wisdom of the call. That’s it.