In Bailey, et al. v. United States, et al., docket 16-1464, Petitioners seek two (2) remedies. The second, and broader, remedy is to have the results of the 2016 election declared void ab initio. The effect would be to place matters as though the election had not taken place.
The first, and more immediate, remedy is a request that the Court appoint a Special Master, under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, to conduct an independent investigation.
As to the remedy of a…
Added by Mark Small on August 27, 2017 at 7:12am — No Comments
A case before the United States Supreme Court is the only legal action that seeks an independent investigation into the 2016 election and, if collusion is found to have occurred between the campaign of the Republican candidate for President of the United States and Russia, an order that the election be declared void ab initio. The case is set for conference on September 25, 2017. Over one-third of cases filed with the Court fail to make this “cut.”
Bailey et al. v. United States…
Added by Mark Small on August 26, 2017 at 6:03am — No Comments
Any effort by Congress to limit the authority of a sitting President, or even to protect the job of a person who is part of the Executive branch, is subject to the “political question” doctrine. This would be a difficult hurdle for such a Congressional enactment to clear. Specifically, a Congressional enactment that seeks to shield Robert Mueller, the Special Counsel appointed to investigate matters that include whether Russian intervention in the election affected the outcome of the…Continue
Added by Mark Small on August 25, 2017 at 6:28am — No Comments
I do not like “smart” phones. I am not all that fond of cell phones, generally.
Before cell phones, 98 percent of what people said on the phone was crap. After cell phones, the “traffic”—i.e., number of calls made—via cell phones versus land lines (that really are not land lines anymore) has multiplied by a few magnitudes. Valuable content hardly has increased. The percentage of crap has gone up. We easily are above 99 percent.
Before cell phones, there were no…
Added by Mark Small on August 2, 2017 at 6:07pm — No Comments