Biden administration instructs ICE to ignore the law and their oath

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On Jan. 20, Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary David Pekoske sent an operational memorandum to the leadership of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and Citizenship and Immigration Service (CIS). This memorandum functionally ends all immigration enforcement and will result in dangerous criminals escaping justice and walking the streets.

The memorandum instructs the agencies to ignore the law as referenced in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), a law enacted by Congress and signed by a president. It directs them to ignore written statute and a federal judge’s order regarding a person that

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The legalities of Pruitt’s firing: Does he have a case? | Sports

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The firing of Tennessee’s former head football coach Jeremy Pruitt presents the university with a handful of legal challenges, which may not be fully resolved until the NCAA’s investigation is complete, whenever that may be.

For now, let’s unpack the legalities of Pruitt’s firing as much as it’s possible.

There are several important issues regarding Pruitt’s termination. First off, does he actually have a case, or will his defense be dismissed? Well, it could go either way.

In Pruitt’s original contract, there were over 30 fire-for-cause provisions laid out. Essentially, these are offenses by Pruitt that give the university a

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23 Harris County judges to be dropped from felony bail lawsuit

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Harris County’s 23 felony judges are no longer being sued over uneven bail practices that plaintiffs say discriminate against poor defendants. The civil rights lawsuit against the county and its reform-minded sheriff will move forward without them.

The federal judge presiding over Russell v. Harris County ruled Wednesday that once the bulk of the state district judges withdraw an appeal of one of her earlier rulings, they will be automatically removed as defendants in the case.

Lawyers for poor defendants say the mechanics of who is listed as a party will not prevent them from pursuing their goal of full

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Explainer: Google, Facebook battle Australia over proposed revenue-sharing law

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc’s Google has vowed to withdraw its main search engine from Australia, while Facebook Inc says it will block news sharing if the government proceeds with a law to make them pay domestic media outlets for content they feature.

FILE PHOTO: A 3D printed Google logo is placed on broken glass in front of displayed Australian flag in this illustration taken, January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

The dispute is being closely watched worldwide since it would be the biggest challenge yet to how the U.S. tech companies that dominate social media

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Court OKs ouster of L.A.-based judge for sexual misconduct

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The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to hear an appeal from an L.A.-based judge ordered removed from the bench for sexual misconduct, dishonesty and undignified conduct.

The court’s decision, made in a brief order during a closed meeting, means that Court of Appeal Justice Jeffrey Johnson may no longer serve as a judge.

Johnson appealed to the state high court after the Commission on Judicial Performance, a state watchdog group, ordered his removal.

Johnson was charged with harassing 17 women at courts where he worked over the years and at professional functions. The misconduct included unwanted touching, disparaging remarks and

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