Another year has passed—and what a year it's been! Our very own Kemberlee started a New Year LI tradition of our authors making predictions for the coming year, and I'm honored to compile the post for her while she tends to her preciousmiracle, Baby Walt.
Thanksgiving 2019 is upon us. It's a day for us to all get along, put aside our differences. It's a day to remember how lucky we are to live in this country.
We decided to put together what we're thankful for in 2019. Please share your thoughts in the comments!
Happy New Year!
With a brand new year ahead, we thought it would be fun (well, truth be told, Leslie thought it was a good idea and we agreed) to ink our 2018 predictions and share a new year's resolution or few.
All of us in the Legal Insurrection family (and it is truly a family) wish you and yours the Happiest of Christmases and a wonderful holiday season.
For you: our holiday memories, wishes, reflections, and thoughts.
From all of us at Legal Insurrection, to you, dear reader, we wish you the Happiest of Thanksgivings. May gratefulness and thanksgiving be your constant companions and may you enjoy the fullness and richness of blessings this life has so generously given.
We are truly thankful for you.
This year, our authors, editors, and contributors share their favorite parts of Thanksgiving, their cherished memories, and reflect on that which makes them grateful.
A year ago today, Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, winning a tax payer-funded extended trip to the White House.
As we do on such occasions, our authors have shared their thoughts and analysis on Trump's first year. For some, today is a celebration of Trump's victory. For others, it marks a most delicious moment in American political history -- the day the Clintons were nationally rejected, embarrassed, and sent packing.
When Donald Trump clinched the Republican presidential nomination, we asked our fabulous bloggers to contribute their thoughts. It remains one of my all time favorite Legal Insurrection posts. Now that Trump is the president elect, have we changed our minds? Have our opinions evolved? Are we joyous, aggrieved?
I guess you'll have to read on to find out...
There are so many thoughts about how we got here. The disconnect between the political class, centered around a small number of big cities, and the rest of the country was enormous. That was compounded by evidence that the media was collusive with the Democrats, laid out in the Wikileaks releases. Hillary's email and server scandal ate away at her like rust.
Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee. Presumably he will face off against Hillary Clinton.
Given the intense feelings and turmoil resulting from Ted Cruz suspending his campaign, I thought it would be useful to solicit views from all of the Legal Insurrection authors. Most of the authors took me up on the offer.
The opinions below, listed in alphabetical order by last name or pseudonym, are the opinions of each individual author.
I think you will be surprised at the breadth of opinion, from someone who was for Trump long before it was cool to be for Trump, to diehard #NeverTrump-ers. And many variations in between.
As for me. Well, you'll have to find my name in the list. Hopefully I did alphabetical order better than I do math.