Constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley is an American attorney, writer, commentator, and legal analyst. He appears in broadcast and print journalism. Jonathan Turley is a professor at the George Washington University Law School and has testified in Congressional proceedings about constitutional and statutory issues.
Rule of Law
Michael Bloomberg’s campaign office in Knoxville, Tenn., was vandalized. A campaign volunteer reports finding the damage early Friday morning. Glass doors and windows at the candidate’s office got spray-paint. The messages left employ offensive language and paper signs were left reading “Authoritarian,” “Classist” and “Oligarch.”
Lifting a nation from the third world to the second and then the first requires a commitment by the people and their elected leaders. You need to defend property rights, have an independent judiciary, and the rule of law-laws that apply to everyone. Even Democrats or one of their potential electorates.
A short time ago, a football player from Buffalo forgot to follow the rule for getting a touchback in response to a kickoff. (You’re supposed to put your knee to the ground after catching the ball.) A lot of people have focused on what the officials did next. But what almost no one seems to …
The States as laboratories narrative is getting a test drive in Virginia. With no one to stop them, Democrats have put the accelerator on the left-win agenda to the floor. First up, epic gun-grabbing. But the locals are resisting, and some Democrats think, perhaps, the National Guard will need to help.