The hottest Justice Substack posts right now

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Robert Reich • 36282 implied HN points • 09 Feb 24
  1. Special counsel Hur cleared Biden of any criminality due to memory lapses, sparking concerns about Biden's aging brain.
  2. Hur's lack of medical background and Trump's own memory issues bring into question the validity of his assessment.
  3. The focus in electing a president should be on knowledge, temperament, and judgment, qualities where Biden stands out compared to Trump.
  4. The issue of Biden's memory should not overshadow Trump's indictments and lack of cooperation with investigators.
  5. Hur's previous affiliations with Trump raise suspicions about the political motivations behind his statements.
The Status Kuo • 13561 implied HN points • 09 Feb 24
  1. The Supreme Court leaned towards keeping Trump on the Colorado ballot to avoid opening up a situation where states could disqualify candidates, potentially causing chaos.
  2. Special Counsel Ben Hur exonerated President Joe Biden of mishandling classified documents, but made politically charged comments in the report, drawing criticism.
  3. Judge Aileen Cannon in Florida is facing challenge for her rulings in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case, with accusations of favoritism towards Trump and endangering witnesses.
Today's Edition Newsletter • 8628 implied HN points • 24 Jan 24
  1. Joe Biden won the New Hampshire primary through a grassroots write-in campaign, showcasing the power of volunteers.
  2. Biden also secured a victory due to strong anti-Trump sentiment in New Hampshire, highlighting potential success in the general election.
  3. Nikki Haley's concession speech criticizing Trump's behavior and cognitive challenges raised growing concerns about Trump's mental fitness, impacting his public image.
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Popular Information • 19890 implied HN points • 24 Oct 23
  1. A woman has been charged with the homicide of Mika Westwolf after initially facing lesser charges
  2. Investigation into Mika Westwolf's death gained national attention after being under-resourced and misfocused initially
  3. Mika Westwolf's mother engaged in a campaign raising awareness about her daughter's case and other missing and murdered Indigenous women
Today's Edition Newsletter • 8097 implied HN points • 23 Jan 24
  1. Donald Trump's cognitive ability and recent statements raise concerns about his mental fitness.
  2. Republicans in New Hampshire used deceptive tactics in the primary election, prompting investigation for voter suppression.
  3. US Supreme Court's recent decision highlights the importance of expanding the Court to uphold federal supremacy.
Robert Reich • 30287 implied HN points • 07 Aug 23
  1. Trump violated a key condition of his release pending trial by making statements that could be seen as attempts to influence jurors or intimidate witnesses.
  2. Prosecutors requested a protective order to stop Trump from sharing information about the upcoming trial after he made threatening posts on social media.
  3. The court must assert the rule of law and be prepared to take action, potentially including revoking Trump's release pending trial or putting him in jail, to ensure he is treated like any other criminal defendant.
Steady • 29167 implied HN points • 01 Aug 23
  1. A former president has been indicted and it has a significant impact on our nation.
  2. The indictment highlights the broader issues in our political landscape beyond just one individual.
  3. The situation emphasizes the importance of fighting for democratic ideals and the future of the country.
Today's Edition Newsletter • 8156 implied HN points • 12 Jan 24
  1. President Biden coordinated a strike with allies against Houthi rebels to protect global commerce
  2. House Republicans are pressuring Speaker Mike Johnson to change a spending deal, risking a government shutdown
  3. Misinformation about Joe Biden's border policies persists, despite data showing his enforcement is more aggressive than Trump's
Humanities in Revolt • 1337 implied HN points • 16 Apr 24
  1. In a sick society, conforming to culturally dominant opinions can be seen as normal, but it doesn't mean those opinions are virtuous or ethical.
  2. Being mentally well in a sick society might mean feeling lonely or isolated for having personal integrity and not conforming to societal norms.
  3. Recognizing and responding to moral catastrophes around us is a sign of mental well-being and fully developing our humanity.
Lucian Truscott Newsletter • 3930 implied HN points • 10 Feb 24
  1. The Supreme Court is closely connected to the insurrection on January 6, 2021, which happened across the street from them
  2. The actions of Donald Trump and his followers during the insurrection are central to the cases before the Supreme Court
  3. The Supreme Court's handling of the cases related to the insurrection will impact the neighborhood of democracy and its integrity
Sarah Kendzior’s Newsletter • 7148 implied HN points • 16 Nov 23
  1. Merrick Garland is portrayed as a protector of justice, but in reality, he serves corrupt interests and blocks investigations rather than pursuing transparency and accountability.
  2. Jamie Gorelick, a lifelong friend and mentor to Garland, has a history of aiding criminals and enabling corruption, including representing high-profile figures like Jared Kushner and engaging in cover-ups.
  3. The DOJ, under Garland and Gorelick's influence, prioritizes protecting the institution over defending the country, allowing powerful individuals like Trump to escape accountability and maintain their influence.
Glenn Loury • 5640 implied HN points • 05 Dec 23
  1. The concept of "poetic truth" is discussed, referring to the creation of a partisan version of reality for power and leverage.
  2. The narrative around George Floyd's death is challenged, highlighting potential inaccuracies and the danger of perpetuating false truths.
  3. The importance of seeking and acknowledging the truth in controversial and emotionally charged situations is emphasized, even when it challenges established beliefs.
Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way • 4324 implied HN points • 27 Dec 23
  1. Georgia election officials, including Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, are not defending the state's electronic voting system in court.
  2. Acting chairman of the State Election Board, Matt Mashburn, voted against investigating Raffensperger as his tenure is ending.
  3. SOS officer Gabriel Sterling is still addressing allegations from the 2020 election and has been invited by citizen investigator Joe Rossi to discuss election facts in a public meeting.
Common Sense with Bari Weiss • 2364 implied HN points • 24 Jan 24
  1. Nikki Haley's campaign faces challenges after falling short in New Hampshire, signaling potential struggles ahead.
  2. Trump's resurgence in popularity and the GOP's lack of understanding contribute to his strong position for the 2024 presidential race.
  3. New poll data shows immigration as a top voter concern, impacting President Biden's favorability ratings.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack • 2358 implied HN points • 23 Jan 24
  1. A federal judge in Canada ruled the government's use of the Emergencies Act during the trucker convoy in Ottawa was unlawful
  2. The judge stated that freezing bank accounts and other measures were unconstitutional
  3. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to appeal the ruling
Common Sense with Bari Weiss • 1446 implied HN points • 28 Feb 24
  1. Iraq combat veteran Kristofer Goldsmith leads a team of veterans targeting neo-Nazi terrorists in the US, facing numerous threats and dangers in his line of work.
  2. Google's AI chatbot Gemini has caused controversy by producing absurd and morally questionable responses, highlighting concerns about biased politics influencing tech products.
  3. College student Jack Sweeney has stirred debate by tracking celebrities' private jets on social media, facing legal actions from figures like Taylor Swift and Elon Musk, prompting discussions on privacy, free speech, and data in the digital era.
The Status Kuo • 10554 implied HN points • 21 Jun 23
  1. Justices like Alito coming under scrutiny for undisclosed relationships with billionaires and potential influence on Court decisions
  2. Alito went on a fishing trip to Alaska with a billionaire, Paul Singer, who had cases before the Supreme Court, raising concerns about impartiality
  3. Attempts by Alito to defend his actions and relationship with Singer through an OpEd seem unconvincing and raise doubts about ethical conduct
Today's Edition Newsletter • 9159 implied HN points • 01 Jul 23
  1. The Court's majority issued decisions in fake controversies, reducing the rule of law to brute force in the service of religious nationalism.
  2. The ruling in 303 Creative allows businesses to discriminate against LGBTQ people, causing harm and injustice.
  3. In another case, the Court overlooked jurisdiction issues to disadvantage Black Americans, particularly affecting Black women with student loan debt.
The Popehat Report • 8456 implied HN points • 10 Jun 23
  1. The law is full of no-win scenarios that good lawyers navigate by preparing, advocating, and fighting for clients.
  2. Charging Trump despite political challenges shows adherence to the rule of law and the importance of justice.
  3. Prosecuting powerful individuals upholds equality before the law, prevents abuse of the legal system, and maintains societal integrity.
The Watch • 1283 implied HN points • 16 Feb 24
  1. Acknowledging and reflecting on one's own biases is important to maintain transparency and credibility in discussions.
  2. Amidst misinformation, there is frustration that detailed research is often overlooked in favor of easily digestible but misleading content.
  3. Clarifying and correcting misleading information, particularly on sensitive topics like life and death situations, is crucial for ensuring accurate discourse.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack • 1670 implied HN points • 17 Jan 24
  1. Support for no amnesty for those involved in COVID actions and policies.
  2. Advocacy for holding accountable high-society individuals like the common criminal.
  3. Emphasis on the need for courts and juries to make decisions on punishment.
Julie Bindel's podcasts and writing • 1395 implied HN points • 22 Jan 24
  1. Kevin Ashdown, a former school friend, turned into a sadistic murderer who killed his girlfriend after years of abuse and control.
  2. The tragic story highlights the long-term impact of childhood abuse on individuals and how unaddressed anger and misogyny can lead to extreme violence.
  3. Reflecting on the past with empathy sheds light on how lives can diverge drastically, and how early experiences can shape a person's future choices and actions.
TRANSFORM with Marianne Williamson • 6171 implied HN points • 25 Feb 23
  1. Justice must be pursued in various aspects of society like criminal, economic, racial, and environmental justice.
  2. America is at a point where change is crucial, and it can either be wisely directed or lead to destructive consequences.
  3. Leadership requires moral integrity, self-purification, and a blend of spiritual and political activism for societal transformation.
donaldjeffries • 1415 implied HN points • 09 Jan 24
  1. The imminent release of the list containing prominent names who flew on Jeffrey Epstein's 'Lolita Express' has caused a stir.
  2. Many big names in entertainment, including female celebrities, have been linked to Epstein's activities.
  3. The Epstein scandal raises questions about accountability and the power dynamics that shield the elite from justice.
Erick Erickson's Confessions of a Political Junkie • 963 implied HN points • 09 Feb 24
  1. More voters are rating Trump's presidency better than expected in hindsight
  2. Special Counsel report on Biden's mishandling of classified documents revealed lack of vigilance and lapses in memory
  3. Super Bowl ads this year are aiming to avoid offending anyone, with brands cautious of facing consumer backlash
The J. Burden Show • 1218 implied HN points • 18 Jan 24
  1. New Orleans is described as a city with a mix of beauty, dysfunction, and high crime rates, showcasing both its allure and challenges.
  2. The post discusses the city's leadership issues, particularly critiquing the mayor and suggesting the need for a strong leader who can tackle crime and corruption.
  3. There is a call for a transformative leader, likened to a Caesar figure, who can address law enforcement, foreign policy, and societal issues with a tough but just approach.