By: David Zvirman, Staff Writer Recently, the Twenty-Fifth Amendment has been getting a lot of attention in the media in relation to the presidency of Donald Trump, but where did the Twenty-Fifth Amendment come from, what is it, and what does it even do? This article will take […]
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By Wilson R. Huhn,* Professor of Law Introduction On Oct. 28, 2016, 11 days before the 2016 presidential election, Stephanie Clifford signed a non-disclosure agreement pursuant to which Ms. Clifford was paid $130,000 in exchange for her promise not to disclose any information about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. […]
By Brandon Schall, Staff Writer Currently, there are 144 vacancies on the federal judicial bench and 45 pending judicial nominations waiting for a vote by the Senate. The Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution gives the President the power to nominate an individual to fill an open federal judgeship, […]
By Drew Rummel, Staff Writer Arguably, the hottest topic in political news in the past two weeks has been the executive order that President Donald Trump issued, which temporarily banned immigration into the United States from seven overseas countries. The ban, if allowed, would halt immigration from those countries […]
Democrat or Republican: The 2016 Election and The Supreme Court By Christian Hakim, Staff Writer Democrat or Republican? The notorious question that consumes everyone for about two years prior to a presidential election. For the upcoming 2016 presidential election the conversation is no different as candidates jockey for position; […]