Author Archives: Lev Tsitrin

New English Review’s The Iconoclast blog: “The Jeremiad by New York Times’ Blow over-blows the worth of mainstream media”"

In the Iconoclast: “The Jeremiad by New York Times’ Blow over-blows the worth of mainstream media” “

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The New English Review: “To Have Justice, Stop Deifying Judges”

New English Review’s Iconoclast blog: “To Have Justice, Stop Deifying Judges“

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The New York Times is a monument to hypocrisy

There should be justice in immigration courts — but not in federal courts? From the Iconoclast: The New York Times is a monument to hypocrisy

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Attorney at Law Magazine: Checks and Balances? Not for Judges

In the Attorney at Law Magazine: Checks and Balances? Not for Judges

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Rather than packing the Supreme Court, make judging impartial — New English Review’s Iconoclast blog

Rather than packing the Supreme Court, make judging impartial – New English Review’s Iconoclast blog

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A good discussion on KSCO Saturday Special

I got a kind invitation to participate in Santa Cruz’ KSCO News Talk radio¬†The Saturday Special¬†on March 27, 2021. It is available on YouTube. It was a good conversation, with listeners calling in, some with approval, others with criticisms, yet … Continue reading

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The New English Review: ” Would-be Court Reformers, Please Face the Elephant in the Court Room”

Would-be Court Reformers, Please Face the Elephant in the Court Room

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The Math of Judging and the Myth of the Precedent – full text

This is the full version of the posting at the Attorney at Law Magazine site in which the last paragraph was truncated, mutilating the article: The Math of Judging and the Myth of the Precedent Lev Tsitrin To a layman, … Continue reading

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American Thinker, “New York Times blames January 6 on lies. But whose lies are at fault?”

Here is the link: New York Times blames January 6 on lies. But whose lies are at fault?

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On Trump’s Self-Pardon

NPR’s legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg dedicated a recent segment to the question of “Can Trump Pardon Himself?” The segment has two parts: firstly, it covers legal opinions of experts; the second half discusses the political and legal blow-back that … Continue reading

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