The next Democratic administration could use the Robert Mueller report’s denial of ‘exoneration’ to prosecute its Republican predecessors.
It’s now clear that Robert Mueller finessed Justice Department oversight in order to get damaging allegations about the president into the public space.
Now that the memos have been perused, the theories of a number of legal commentators have unsurprisingly proved to be full of errors, irrelevancies, and overstatements.
The FBI, Justice Department, and D.C. district court have taken pains to prevent the public from seeing the Comey memos and deciding for themselves whether he has been ‘telling all.’
Automated tools are good when they are used to exploit people for big business, but bad when they try to persuade people to vote for Donald Trump?
At its core, this in-fighting reflects the Left’s need to recruit the appearance of scientific truth to undo the trauma of its political dethronement.
A federal court judge just rejected Richard Prince’s claim that his use of another artist’s work was so patently innovative, he shouldn’t have to go to trial for charges of infringement.
The artist didn’t break any laws by copying a sculptor’s work. But he did deprive us of an amazing story about that woman’s creativity and imagination.
A recent controversy over cultural insensitivity at the Whitney Museum in New York betrays the Left’s basic incapacity to process conflict and confusion over the rule of law.
Are creators entitled to the fruits of their hard work, imagination, and creativity? The cultural left for which Richard Prince is the poster boy says no.
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