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Di Leo: Who Really “Won” in the Dobbs Ruling?

By John F. Di Leo -  Some battles are clear-cut.  If the Cubs play the Brewers, one team wins and the other team loses. A...

Di Leo: A Good Week for the Criminal Element

By John F. Di Leo -  It was a day for the record books, indeed. With great fanfare from the Democratic Party's house organs, once known...

Di Leo: Really, Now. Why Do We Interrogate Supreme Court Appointees?

By John F. Di Leo -  Every time the Executive Branch nominates someone to the Supreme Court, the U.S. Senate schedules public hearings, in which...

Di Leo: Joe Biden, Ketanji Brown Jackson, and an Errant Nomination

By John F.  Di Leo -  Once Associate Justice Stephen Breyer was successfully hounded into announcing his retirement (and we all wonder if the full...

Di Leo: Getting the Jab and Doing Your Job

By John F. Di Leo -  Joe Biden wants everyone to be vaccinated against the China Virus commonly known as Covid-19.  Whether that’s a good idea...

Di Leo: Musings on a Washington Circus 

By John F. Di Leo -  Reflections on the confirmation process, now and then...  While watching the news this week, one was forced to ponder many things... the...

Di Leo: Immigration, the Welfare State, and the Public Charge Rule

By John F. Di Leo - Through a temporary stay of a lower court’s action, which is usually a signal about what they will...


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