The 5 best hotels in Oman

If you’re looking for a luxurious and relaxing vacation, Oman is the perfect destination. And what better way to enjoy the place than staying in one of its luxury hotels? Here are some of the best hotels in Oman that you should consider for your next vacation. The Chedi Muscat The Chedi Muscat is a … Read more

America’s Families Still Revile USDA-Funded School Lunches

Last week, as countless Americans around the country celebrated School Lunch Hero Day, which honors school lunchroom staff, parents and students were busy complaining furiously about the frequently inedible food heroes those serving our nation’s public school students. Unlike School Lunch Hero Day, which just turned 10such complaints about government-provided school lunches are an annual … Read more

“You begin to look over your shoulder”

On Friday, Justice Thomas was interviewed by John Yoo, his former law clerk, at an event in Dallas. A recording is available here. I’ve transcribed parts of the video through Otter, and will post some of the highlights here. First, Yoo asked Thomas if there is “anything going on at the Court these days.” Thomas … Read more

Arizona Election Fraud Investigation Is A “Direct Response” To ‘2000 MULES’ Investigation And Whistleblower Interview

Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary exposed massive evidence of ballot trafficking during the 2020 Presidential Election in key swing states nationwide, and law enforcement is now investigating these illegal crimes in Arizona. According to Dinesh, “2000 Mules” is the most successful political documentary in a decade with over $10 million in revenue! The Gateway Pundit … Read more

Ninth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Arizona State’s Trademark Lawsuit Over ASU_Covid.Parties Instagram Account

The case, handed down this morning, is Arizona Bd. of Regents v. Doe, decided by Judges Consuelo Callahan and Lawrence VanDyke and District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers (ND Cal.). (For more on the facts, see this post.) Congratulations to my UCLA First Amendment Clinic student Max Hyams, who argued the case before the Ninth Circuit … Read more

A Record Number of Drug-Related Deaths Shows the Drug War Is Remarkably Effective at Killing People

Three years ago, President Donald Trump bragged that “we are making progress” in reducing drug-related deaths, citing a 4 percent drop between 2017 and 2018. That progress, a dubious accomplishment even then, proved fleeting. The upward trend in drug-related deaths, which began decades ago, resumed that very year, and 2020 saw both the largest increase … Read more

He Was Sentensed to Death After Law Enforcement Fabricated Evidence. A Federal Court Says He Can Sue.

In 2001, a prosecutor and a police officer zeroed in on a child who they claimed could shed some much-needed light on a yearslong Louisiana murder investigation. But in reality, the law enforcement agents had pinpointed a suspect of choice, constructed a story around him, and then coerced a juvenile witness into adopting that story. … Read more

Louisiana S. Ct. Precludes Prosecution of Pastor for Violation of Early-Pandemic Gathering Size Limits

From Justice William Crain’s opinion today (joined by Justices Scott Crichton, James Genovese, Jay McCallum, and Jefferson Hughes III) in State v. Spell, dealing with a prosecution for actions on March 31, 2020; the court basically applies the US Supreme Court’s similar decisions in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo (2020) and Tandon v. … Read more

Biden’s Big Brother Will Be Watching Over You

By William Haupt III (The Center Square) “Threats to freedom of speech and writing, though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in their effect, and unless checked, lead to disrespect for the rights of the citizen.” – George Orwell, ‘1984’ In 1946, George Orwell provided the definition of 20th century totalitarianism and how it will … Read more