In this episode: the American Bar Association refuses to endorse overturning centuries of criminal due process precedents for now, the Feds get a break in the United Auto Workers’ spiraling corruption scandal, and Rep. Joaquin Castro demonstrates why donor privacy is important.
- City Journal: “Affirmative Consent” as a Legal Standard?
- Simple Justice: ABA Resolves You’re Guilty of Rape
- Wall Street Journal: Will the ABA Reject Due Process?
- Reason: In Win for Due Process, American Bar Association Voted Against Affirmative Consent
- Detroit News: Feds charge ex-UAW leader in growing corruption scandal
- Detroit Free Press: Training center scandal now includes ex-UAW official connected to union’s GM department
- Influence Watch: United Auto Workers
- Capital Research Center: Big Labor’s Iron Law of Corruption
- Washington Examiner: ‘Fueling a campaign of hate’: Joaquin Castro tweets names and employers of 44 Trump donors
- Washington Examiner: Six Trump donors Joaquin Castro tried to shame also gave to him and brother Julian
- National Review: Doxing Trump Donors Is Just the Beginning
- Capital Research Center: A New Policy Agenda for the “Regressive Resistance:” The Republic’s Norms
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