Don’t worry. The DOJ may have only minor charges for the president’s son, but the House GOP is still very much on the case.
That’s a possibility, of course. Another is that he wins the GOP nomination for president and we start all over again.
Kent Thiry is a guinea pig. A very rich, very bombastic, big, blond guinea pig. Last week began the criminal trial of Thiry and DaVita, the company where he served as CEO and chairman of the board. The U.S. Department of Justice has charged Thiry and DaVita with violation of the Sherman Anti-trust Act by […]
The Justice Department’s announcement last week that it was bringing antitrust charges against DaVita Inc. and its former CEO Kent Thiry grabbed my attention for a reason different from what most others found compelling. The case was widely reported based on the high-profile local targets, but the case is built on a novel legal theory […]
The head of the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division said Friday the department supports a Colorado church’s claim that state measures to combat the coronavirus discriminate against houses of worship and violate First Amendment rights to religious freedoms. Eric S. Dreiband said in a statement that the department has filed a “statement of interest” […]