Denial of Access to Impartial Courts

“Supreme Court refuses to consider ‘torture flights’ case, ending legal battle” Some sixteen years ago I argued and won before the U.S.Supreme Court, Martinez v. Lamagno and DEA, 515 U.S. 417 (1995) (suit against DOJ’s declaring a DEA employee within the scope of employment while driving negligently while drunk and having sex in Barranquilla, Colombia). […]

Does an heir of Goebbels measure Cuban failure?

The United States slogs through its worst crisis since the Great Depression, but some editorial writers in leading newspapers practice denial of their reality and focus instead on Cuba’s “failed socialist system.” I wonder if these opinion crafters who specialize in fostering illusions, berating enemies and spreading denial studies at the secret Joseph Goebbels Propaganda […]