True the Vote told a Georgia court that it can't produce any evidence to support claims of widespread ballot fraud in Georgia.
The fourth-place GOP presidential candidate asserts the existence of "clear evidence" of "entrapment," without providing any.
The Colorado Supreme Court's reasoning in deciding that Trump is constitutionally disqualified from running for president seems iffy.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected the former President's attempt to claim presidential immunity covered his conduct on January 6.
Prosecutors asked for longer prison sentences at trial and now seem to be trying again.
"If anything is a reprehensible act for a high official in a democracy that deserves retribution, this is a good example," says professor Ilya Somin.
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A lawsuit to keep Donald Trump off the Florida primary ballot fails.
Civil libertarians should decry the tendency to round everything up to terrorism.
Election law expert Derek Muller reminds us that we have seen these sorts of claims before.
Recent articles by Lawfare and Walter Olson perform a valuable service on this front.
A new documentary film argues that the second-largest website on the planet is flooded with misinformation. Is that right?
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Special prosecutor Jack Smith says Trump attempted to "defraud the United States."
It remains unclear whether the Oath Keepers leader had a specific plan to violently disrupt the electoral vote count on January 6.
Politics ruin everything, including the criminal justice system.
The HBO movie muddies important distinctions.
A "Water Pistol Unnecessarily Preceding" a "Missile-Launching F-35 Attack": Thoughts on the New York Trump Indictment
Trump very much deserves to be prosecuted and punished. But the New York case is far more dubious than the other charges likely to be brought against him.
Professor Michael McConnell writes to suggest that even if Vice President Pence was performing legislative functions on January 6, the Constitution's text does not extend the privilege to him.
The January 6 invistigations have renewed interest in this somewhat obscure constitutional provision and the scope of its protections.
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Unfortunately, the reality is something far more sinister.
A Ninth Circut panel split 2-1 over whether First Amendment concerns should prevent congressional investigatos from obtaining cell records for Arizona's Republican Party Chair.
Influential media critic Margaret Sullivan demonstrates the perils of letting narrative get ahead of verification.
Even if a warrant wasn’t the DOJ’s only option, its choice to go this route doesn’t signal—let alone prove—anything about the future of the probe.
The current president becomes what he criticizes by delegitimizing opposition.
Michigan's 3rd district has produced two consecutive freedom-oriented Republican lawmakers. Tuesday's results ensure that there won't be a third.
If election denial is an existential threat to the country, why are Democrats boosting John Gibbs?
January 6 Committee Wraps Summer Hearings With Footage of Hawley Fleeing, Detailed Account of Trump's Day
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Former President Trump's attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election relied on three potential pressure points. This bill addresses all three.
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The "waiver" opens the door for Bannon to testify before the congressional January 6 Committee. But former presidents are not entitled to executive privilege, and especially not when it comes to testimony by private citizens.
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"We enforce our policies equally for everyone," said a spokesperson.
Can the January 6 Committee Hearings Break Through the Barriers of Political Ignorance and Bias Underpinning the Big Lie?
Most of those open to evidence already know that Trump tried to reverse the outcome of an election he legitimately lost. Reaching the rest is likely to be extremely difficult, at best.
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