Author Archives: Lev Tsitrin

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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The answer to NY Times’ “How to Ensure This Never Happens Again”: by ending Judicial Fraud!

Two Yale professors, Beverly Gage and Emily Bazelon — one teaching history, the other, law, penned an interesting piece in the New York Times, titled “How to Ensure This Never Happens Again” and dedicated to rectifying “weaknesses in our democracy.” It … Continue reading

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“Whose Argument Gets Adjudicated By a Judge?” in the American Spectator

Use this link for “Whose Argument Gets Adjudicated By a Judge?” (it has a paywall)

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“What is That Law That No One is Above?” posted by the Attorney at Law Magazine

Here is the link:  “What is That Law That No One is Above?“

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Why not sign a petition to congress to end judicial fraud?

I posted this petition on Change.org a long while back — and since then it gathered a whooping 5 votes (out of 100,000 needed I think for it to be considered). The result is somewhat disappointing. Why not sign it? … Continue reading

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Attorney at Law magazine posted my “Sua Spontism v. Due Process: Illegal Judging – or Lawless Law?”

The link: “Sua Spontism v. Due Process: Illegal Judging – or Lawless Law?“

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The Article published in the (now-defunct) Albuquerque Weekly Alibi – August 13 2020

Albuquerque Weekly Alibi published my article on judicial fraud in its August 13, 2020 issue . Unfortunately, the magazine went under in the aftermath of the pandemic, and the site became unstable. So in addition to the link to the … Continue reading

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In Trump v. Roberts, You be the Judge

A spat  between President Trump and Chief Justice Roberts, in which Mr. Trump called a judge who had ruled against his administration’s asylum policy “an Obama judge,” causing Justice Roberts’ protestations that “We do not have Obama judges or Trump … Continue reading

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Harvard Law School Must Teach its Students Better

I thought it was just me. I thought that only I misunderstood the proper meaning of the word “must,” and erroneously thought that when applied to a judge, it forced him or her to perform, or refrain from performing, a … Continue reading

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