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SCOTUS: Doctors Can’t Sue FDA Over Abortion Drug

On June 13th, the SCOTUS published its opinion in FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine (2024), in which it unanimously ruled that the plaintiffs lacked standing and therefore could not even legally sue the FDA. This decision reversed a ruling by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which we touched on in a 2023 article. 

The Conservatarian Exchange Podcast #215

TRUMP SHOT BY ASSASSIN!! Survives bullet to the head?!?! Incompetence or worse on the part of those in charge of security; was the shooter a patsy? Was this a high-level conspiracy? Was there an element of trying to humiliate Biden in allowing this lapse in security? Why is Trump speaking in terms of “unity”? the choice of Vance for VP; Is Vance impeachment insurance? The dismissal of the Smith case against Trump as violating the appointments clause; carrying and owning guns under the age 21; should there be a single age for adulthood? Biden going after SCOTUS and trying to circumvent the constitution; are term limits a good idea for Justices? Menendez conviction;

SlopeGate: Secret Service Only Protects from Snipers on Flat Roofs?

On July 13th, President Trump was shot by an assassin, with a bullet taking a chunk out of his right ear. According to video evidence and eyewitnesses, the Secret Service snipers only learned about the shooter around three minutes before he fired his first shot. Within a few seconds of Trump being hit, the SS snipers fatally shot the assassin. The killing of a man armed with an AR-15 lying on a roof around 130 yards away was an impressive feat, earning praise for the brave agents from all over the world.

The Conservatarian Exchange Podcast #214

Daniel reported from UK on their recent elections; Nigel Farage will not be totally insignificant, although in the minority in parliament; Daniel also reported and opined on the French elections and how they rigged their election against Le Pen’s party; Project 2025 and Trump’s purported distancing from it; is the left pulling an Alinsky against Biden? How the media did such a quick 100% turnaround on Biden’s mental acuity; Would publicizing the Hur audio cause Biden to withdraw? How much will abortion affect pro-Trump voters? Discussion on gun rights; Lazer chimed in to discuss Ukraine/Russia; discussion on military personnel operating out of hospitals and if that makes the hospitals a legitimate target; (we apologize for the interruption caused by a windows popup);

Breaking: Biden Less Likely Nominee Than Kamala – According to the Bets

Some time on Thursday, July 11th, Biden lost his spot as the odds-on favorite to win the Democrat nomination for President, according to PredictIt.org. The 81-year-old is already the oldest President in history, and his age has rapidly been catching up with him of late. He would be 86 years old by the end of his next term. After an undisputedly pathetic performance in the June 27 debate against Trump, Democrats have been rapidly leaving the Biden bandwagon. Biden’s apparent dementia was noticeable during the 2020 election and is now impossible to ignore. As of today, 18 Democrat Congressmen have called on Biden to leave the race for reelection. 

The Conservatarian Exchange Podcast #213

Joe Biden demonstrated throughout the debate that he is not mentally fit to be president; will the Dems replace him? When? How? The crew discusses the Trump immunity case decided by the SCOTUS. To what extent should presidents be immune from criminal prosecution for their official acts? The crew discusses the SCOTUS reversing "Chevron deference," stripping massive powers from unaccountable federal agencies. Should social media companies be responsible for the content on their platforms if they are going to curate content?

Alu’s Breakdown of Chiaverini v. Napoleon

While blockbuster cases like Garland v. Cargill (bump stock ban), U.S. v. Rahimi (restraining orders & gun control), FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine (abortion pill), Murthy v. Missouri (censorship) and Trump v. U.S. (immunity) are making all the headlines, another recent decision by the Supreme Court caught my attention due to my interest in due process and government accountability.

The Conservatarian Exchange Podcast #212

Missouri v Biden, Murthy case re: free speech, horribly decided by SCOTUS; the doctrine of “standing”; should court rulings affect only specific cases or be sweeping for anyone affected even indirectly or subject to such in the future; how absolutely should the 2nd amendment be read? Should we have a right to social media publishing anything we want to share? Assange’s release—did his leaks endanger the lives of soldiers? Does SCOTUS horse-trade on cases? Tomorrow night’s debate between Trump and Biden;

Alu’s Breakdown of the U.S. v. Rahimi Supreme Court Decision

At long last, the SCOTUS has published their decision in U.S. v. Rahimi. The case arose from a conviction of a Texas man named Zackey Rahimi, who was found guilty of violating a federal law. Specifically, Rahimi violated 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(8), which prohibits the possession of firearms by anyone who is the subject of a domestic violence restraining order. Interestingly, the restraining orders are issued by state courts, while the law in question is federal.