The province has the power to limit non-essential travel to British Columbia and could advocate to restrict other types of travel if they pose a risk to British Columbians, a constitutional law professor has said. The province has the power to limit non-essential travel to British Columbia and could advocateRead More →

KALAMAZOO, Michigan – House Democrats introduced an impeachment article Tuesday accusing President Donald Trump of “inciting insurgency.” The move follows last week’s deadly riot on the United States Capitol and alleges Trump has “endangered” the country. “What the House has done here is a real gunshot,” said Devin Schindler. “ItRead More →

DENVER (CBS4) – While many wonder if Twitter’s indefinite suspension of President Donald Trump’s account was ethically correct, social media and legal experts say Twitter legally cut the president off their platform. Some Republicans have accused the social media giant of suppressing conservative voices and ideologies in favor of promotingRead More →

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) – Just hours after protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol and Electoral College votes were certified in favor of President-elect Joe Biden, WVLT’s Harry Sullivan also spoke with Professor of Constitutional Law Stewart Harris on The Troubles in Washington DC. like what we can expect with the inaugurationRead More →