Loose Lips & Secret Trips

June 15, 2024

In This Episode:

Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw to discuss Hunter Biden’s conviction, the validity of evidence from the laptop, Joe’s response, the sentencing process, and if an appeal might lead to the loosening of gun restrictions.  Then, the #Sisters examine the SCOTUS rulings on mifepristone and bump stocks, looking at why the Justices ruled the way they did and how standing affects which cases come before the court.  They also cover recent recordings of Justice Alito and his wife that point toward a religious bias that might merit future recusal, Justice Thomas’ acceptance of more lavish gifts, and what it will take to bring ethics back to the court. Transcript

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