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Candidates Are Not Legally Required to Release Tax Returns
No. There is no legal requirement of any kind that presidential candidates release tax returns from any year. Indeed, there is a strict, strong constitutional right to privacy for all tax returns. Thus, tax returns can be released by an individual
Tony Schwartz was the ghostwriter for Donald Trump’s 1987 memoir, “The Art of the Deal.” The best-selling memoir sold around a million copies, earning Trump and Schwartz handsome royalties. To write the book, Schwartz spent eighteen months with Trump—in his office listening to Trump’s phone calls, attending meetings, and spending
France has also been in an official “state of emergency” for over a year now. And, since the January 2015 attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in Paris, the French government passed broad legislation that allows security forces to conduct greater surveillance French citizens. Then,
Back in December 2015, Donald Trump told a room of gathered law enforcement officials that all police murderers would receive the death penalty under a Trump administration. That may not be legally feasible since individual states set sentencing laws.
According to the FBI, an average of 64 law
Since Friday, news of the United Kingdom’s BREXIT was splashed all over the front pages of American newspapers. Unless you were completely hung over this weekend, you know that the UK voted in a referendum, 52% to 48%, to leave the European Union.
“It didn’t quite go as
In a fascinating case, a Philadelphia man (and former cop) suspected of possessing child pornography remains jailed indefinitely after being found in contempt of a court order (PDF link) that he decrypt two password-protected hard drives.
The suspect has not been charged with any child porn crimes. Instead,