Los gobernados deben poder criticar a los gobernantes
Sweeney v. Patterson, 128 F.2d 457 (D.C. Cir. 1942)
Sweeney v. Patterson, 128 F.2d 457 (D.C. Cir. 1942) case opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
Violación de separación de poderes
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Appellant v. Jagdish Rai CHADHA et al. UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Petitioner v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE et al. UNITED STATES SENATE, Petitioner v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE et al.
U.S. Supreme Court – IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Appellant v. Jagdish Rai CHADHA et al. UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Petitioner v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE et al. UNITED STATES SENATE, Petitioner v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE et al.
Advertencias que deben hacerse a quien es arrestado
Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966)
Miranda v. Arizona: Under the Fifth Amendment, any statements that a defendant in custody makes during an interrogation are admissible as evidence at a criminal trial only if law enforcement told the defendant of the right to remain silent and the right to speak with an attorney before the interroga…
Impacto de un memorando de entendimiento como materia susceptible de llegar a tratarse como vinculante entre las partes.
«The Term of the Court begins, by law, on the first Monday in October and lasts until the first Monday in October of the next year. Each Term, approximately 7,000-8,000 new cases are filed in the Supreme Court. This is a substantially larger volume of cases than was presented to the Court in the last century. In the 1950 Term, for example, the Court received only 1,195 new cases, and even as recently as the 1975 Term it received only 3,940. Plenary review, with oral arguments by attorneys, is currently granted in about 80 of those cases each Term, and the Court typically disposes of about 100 or more cases without plenary review. The publication of each Term’s written opinions, including concurring opinions, dissenting opinions, and orders, can take up thousands of pages. During the drafting process, some opinions may be revised a dozen or more times before they are announced.»
Algunos aplauden los daños cuando lo de Floyd y el BLM. Eso no es ser equilibrado.
Insurance costs for George Floyd riots will be most expensive in history
While the protests were mostly peaceful, the damage that did occur could cost insurers billions
Otros critican el uso de la palabra «riots».
‘A War of Words.’ Why Describing the George Floyd Protests as ‘Riots’ Is So Loaded
People have had to make choices about how to characterize widespread, evolving unrest. Are we in the midst of uprisings? Rebellions? Riots?
Muchos defienden de manera indirecta los desórdenes. Como si fueran automáticos o algo así, no fruto del accionar voluntario de personas. Ninguna violencia es justificable. Decir que es síntoma es excusarla.
George Floyd death: Why do some protests turn violent?
In the US, peaceful protests over police violence have escalated into widespread riots and looting.
Were the protesters exercising their basic civil rights?
La jueza Ginzburg no quería que hubiera exceso de gente no querida, visto el problema del crecimiento poblacional. Lo sostuvo en una entrevista con el NYT.
The Place of Women on the Court (Published 2009)
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talks about women on the bench and their effect on the dynamics and decisions of the court.
Críticas a las manifestaciones en esa entrevista
OPINION | Washington Post Columnist Gerson Critical of Justice Ginsburg’s Comments on Abortion in NYT Magazine Interview – National Partnership for Women & Families | Women’s Health Policy Report
“There was a scandal this week” involving Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments on abortion rights during an interview with the New York Times Magazine, according to Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson. In response to a question on access to abortion and restrictions on Medicaid …
Como comento en mi libro La Tragedia de la sociedad sin criterio, reporte oficial no es lo mismo que información cierta. Veamos el caso de los reportes oficiales de muertes por coronavirus del gobernador de Nueva York.
Analysis: The story keeps getting worse for Andrew Cuomo on Covid-19
Amid the swirling controversy over whether New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration knowingly undercounted deaths among nursing home residents during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in the state, a top aide for the governor apologized to Democratic lawmakers, saying the administration “froze”…