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Resistance Live

Mar 29, 2019

Today's topics:
*"What happens when Nadler subpoenaes the Mueller report?"
*A little law school discussion of continuing courses of conduct and how they impact statutes of limitation
*A little law school discussion on the federal v. state court systems and how this impacts investigatory oversight
*No, the SDNY...

Mar 28, 2019

Today's topics:
*No, I do not think Barr shut down the Mueller investigation-- here's why
*the Mueller Grand Jury is continuing "robustly"
*the Mueller report is over 300 pages-- but Barr only quoted 64 words
*Schiff made a hell of a speech this morning in committee, and he's not going anywhere
*Butina will be sentenced...

Mar 27, 2019

Today's topics:
*I'm grumpy, particularly about misinformation on what's happening with the ACA
*Speaking of which, here's clarity on what's going on
*No, Grand Jury materials can't be disclosed after the GJ is no longer impaneled
*A few thoughts on the Mueller report, and the rightful editing of it for good legal...

Mar 26, 2019

Today's topics:
*A few words on whether Barr shut down the Mueller investigation early
*Our big push right now has to be to get the report seen publicly
*Worst v. best case scenarios v. 2020 and what it means for us NOW
*A comment on how I position myself versus other "public intellectuals" and what it means for...

Mar 25, 2019

Today's topics:
*why we should all be very cautious about reaching ANY conclusions until we see the actual Mueller report
*where to direct your activism and attention today
*a brief summary of what we think we know so far
*a short primer on prosecutorial discretion
*a discussion on the other ongoing investigations, and...