Docket #17-002: #NoMuslimBan

Thanks to the swift pace at which current events are shifting, this episode is a little more raw than the episodes I usually put out, but I think it’s important to give you all the opportunity to hear this interview in a timely manner.

On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, one day after the State of Washington argued its case before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and one day before the court issued its decision preventing the Orangefinger Administration from implementing its Muslim ban, I sat down with Wanda Akin and Raymond Brown, co-founders of the International Justice Project, as well as their Executive Director, Monica Feltz, to discuss their work with refugees and the impact the Executive Order could have on the people they help every day.

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IJP co-founders Wanda Akin and Raymond Brown

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Docket #17-a: The Lost Signals: 12 Angry Men

Special thanks to the guys from The Lost Signals for inviting me to appear on their podcast. The guys over there are working their way through the AFI Top 100 Greatest American Films. This episode reviews the classic jury room drama 12 Angry Men. I had a great time recording this episode and I look forward to making another appearance.

The Lost Signals can be found on iTunes, YouTube, and on Facebook and Twitter.

9th Circuit Trumps Orangefinger Executive Order!

The 9th Circuit has issued an order leaving federal district court judge Robart’s temporary restraining order in place. Here is the 9th Circuit’s opinion:

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