David and Sarah discuss the stunning critique of the president from James Mattis, the events of the last 24 hours from Mark Esper breaking with the president to Tom Cotton’s op-ed, they then breakdown the charges against the police officer who had his knee on the neck of George Floyd, and end with their thoughts on ‘The Last Dance.’

 

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David and Sarah discuss the latest news out of the Supreme Court including the court denying a California church’s lockdown challenge, Rep. Justin Amash’s plan to introduce legislation to end qualified immunity for police officers, Sen. Tom Cotton’s call to invoke the Insurrection Act, the president’s call to label ANTIFA a terrorist organization, and a return to their debate over law school.

 

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The president has a new social media executive order. What happens if Trump loses in November, but doesn’t want to leave? Qualified immunity and the Fourth Amendment in the context of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. House of Representatives allows proxy voting for the first time this week. And a Central Park video sparks a national conversation. David and Sarah have thoughts.

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David and Sarah discuss the growing partisan divide over the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the legal fights over church openings, Rachel Maddow’s SLAPP lawsuit victory, and the pros and cons of going to law school.

 

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David and Sarah finish their preview of a number of upcoming Supreme Court decisions from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to DACA and the Title VII cases. The two also discuss the debate over moves to expand vote by mail, and the new Hulu miniseries Mrs. America.

 

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David and Sarah discuss the end of Rep. Justin Amash’s short-lived presidential bid, preview a number of upcoming Supreme Court decisions from Little Sisters of the Poor to the Blaine Amendment case, and the New York Times column taking a closer look at Ronan Farrow.

 

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David and Sarah discuss ‘unmasking’ and Michael Flynn, Supreme Court oral arguments over the president’s financial records and “faithless electors,” and Wisconsin administrative law.

 

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The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru. Secretary Betsy DeVos releases new regulations to overhaul Title IX. New details in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery. The Justice Department drops its criminal case against Michael Flynn. David and Sarah have thoughts.

 

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Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan joins David and Sarah to discuss his announcement that he is exploring a presidential run as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. David and Sarah then turn to the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, in a South Georgia neighborhood.

 

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David and Sarah discuss the Supreme Court’s first day of oral arguments via teleconference, preview the court’s May calendar, get the latest in the U.S. women’s soccer team’s equal pay lawsuit, and preview Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru.

 

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David and Sarah discuss the latest after Michael Flynn’s defense claims FBI notes show agents tried to entrap him, the viability of third-parties as Justin Amash flirts with running for president, and some legal news updates.

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David and Sarah discuss the latest polls looking at the 2020 election, the Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss a New York gun rights case, and talk with Steven Lehotsky, of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, about how businesses are dealing with liability as they make plans to reopen.

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Supreme Court opinions, the president’s immigration executive order, homeschooling controversies, and the longterm cultural effects of coronavirus. David and Sarah have thoughts.

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David and Sarah discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Ramos v. Louisiana that held that the Constitution requires unanimous jury verdicts for convictions in criminal cases, a federal court’s decision that upheld Michigan’s independent redistricting commissions, and David responds to comments on his Sunday newsletter.

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Wisconsin primary results, regulatory taking in Pennsylvania, adjournment clause, 2020 veepstakes, and much more. David and Sarah have thoughts.

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David and Sarah discuss the sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden, the president’s tweet about who has the power to “open up” the economy, a federal judge’s ruling that a Kentucky church can conduct Easter drive-in service, and The Sopranos.

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Rachel Kleinfeld, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment, joins David and Sarah to discuss how you pull off an election during a pandemic. Rachel makes the case for why states need to start thinking about how coronavirus may impact November now, and expand absentee voting and drive-thru voting.

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A captain is fired after a letter detailing the Navy’s failures in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak is leaked. The intelligence community inspector general is fired for his role in the Ukraine matter. Queen Elizabeth II gives a rare address to the United Kingdom. David and Sarah have thoughts.

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David and Sarah discuss the political ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak, Adrian Vermeule’s essay on originalism, and what conservatives get wrong about masculinity.

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David and Sarah discuss the government’s coronavirus response with Representative Chip Roy of Texas, and the Netflix documentary, “Tiger King,” lighting the internet on fire.

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