Jonathan Turley: Alec Baldwin shooting – what are the criminal and civil liabilities?

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The fatal shooting at Bonanza Creek Ranch already has the makings of a blockbuster legal action. Within 24 hours of actor Alec Baldwin fatally shooting cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounding the director, witnesses have raised serious questions of negligent and unsafe practice on the site for the low-budget film, “Rust.” That has led to question of both criminal and civil liability for Baldwin and others involved in the tragic shooting.

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Robert E. Lee Doesn’t Deserve a Statue, But Thomas Jefferson Does

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In New York City, a statue of Thomas Jefferson has graced the City Council chamber for 100 years. This week, the Public Design Commission voted unanimously to remove it. “Jefferson embodies some of the most shameful parts of our country’s history,” explained Adrienne Adams, a councilwoman from Queens. Assemblyman Charles Barron went even further. Responding to a question about where the statue should go next, he was contemptuous: “I don’t think it should go anywhere. I don’t think it should exist.

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Jonathan Turley: AG Garland’s testimony only begs more questions. Why is DOJ monitoring parents?

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In the 1946 movie, “Terror by Night,” Sherlock Holmes assures Lady Margaret that, while he and Dr. Watson would be hanging around, “we’ll be as unobtrusive as possible.” Lady Margaret correctly responds “That would be a novelty from a policeman.”
That scene came to mind when Attorney General Merrick Garland testified in Congresfbs to assure members that he does not believe that parents protesting at school board meetings are domestic terrorists. 
GARLAND GRILLED ON SCHOOL BOARD MEMO, HUNTER BIDEN, JAN.

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Jonathan Turley: AG Garland’s testimony only begs more questions. Why is DOJ monitoring parents?

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In the 1946 movie, “Terror by Night,” Sherlock Holmes assures Lady Margaret that, while he and Dr. Watson would be hanging around, “we’ll be as unobtrusive as possible.” Lady Margaret correctly responds “That would be a novelty from a policeman.”
That scene came to mind when Attorney General Merrick Garland testified in Congresfbs to assure members that he does not believe that parents protesting at school board meetings are domestic terrorists. 
GARLAND GRILLED ON SCHOOL BOARD MEMO, HUNTER BIDEN, JAN.

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Jonathan Turley: AG Garland’s testimony only begs more questions. Why is DOJ monitoring parents?

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In the 1946 movie, “Terror by Night,” Sherlock Holmes assures Lady Margaret that, while he and Dr. Watson would be hanging around, “we’ll be as unobtrusive as possible.” Lady Margaret correctly responds “That would be a novelty from a policeman.”
That scene came to mind when Attorney General Merrick Garland testified in Congresfbs to assure members that he does not believe that parents protesting at school board meetings are domestic terrorists. 
GARLAND GRILLED ON SCHOOL BOARD MEMO, HUNTER BIDEN, JAN.

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Juan Williams: Colin Powell never forgot he was a ‘grunt’ – an American soldier

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Gen. Colin Powell and I shared a love of American history. But he had special love for the history of African Americans in the military. 
Powell was the driving force to get a monument built to the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1992.

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Juan Williams: Colin Powell never forgot he was a ‘grunt’ – an American soldier

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Gen. Colin Powell and I shared a love of American history. But he had special love for the history of African Americans in the military. 
Powell was the driving force to get a monument built to the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1992.

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Canceling Thomas Jefferson

Statue of President Thomas Jefferson in the council chambers of New York City Hall, October 19, 2021. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)
After more than a century, the New York City Council is removing a statue of Thomas Jefferson from its chamber. The decision, which was made by the New York City Public Design Commission, was unanimous.
It was wrong, too.
Justifying the move, Councilperson Adrienne Adams proposed that Jefferson had to go because he “embodied some of the most shameful parts of our country’s long and nuanced history.

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