Article: WorldNetDaily Covers Our Amicus Brief in Chris Hedges Challenge to NDAA

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Bob Unruh’s article discusses the tragedy of the U.S. Supreme Court denial of Chris Hedges’ petition for certiorari challenging the constitutionality of National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. NDAA 2012 allows the U.S. military to arrest and detain, without charges, counsel, or trial, anyone thought by the government to be a threat based on vague standards.

Attempting to deflect public Read More

Our American Thinker Article Rebutting U.S. Department of Justice White Paper Supporting Presidential Authority to Kill American Citizens Off the Battlefield

Michael Harless Publications

This morning, the American Thinker published an article by Herb Titus and Bill Olson refuting the President’s claims of authority to kill American citizens off the battlefield.

Our article is a legal rebuttal of the U.S. Department of Justice’s White Paper purporting to defend President Obama’s position.

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Memorandum for Delegate Bob Marshall Discussed in Washington Post Blog Article “Del. Marshall, again, urges McDonnell to sign detention bill”

Michael Harless Press Coverage

This Washington Post blog article “Del. Marshall, again, urges McDonnell to sign detention bill” by Anita Kumar discusses the memorandum written by Herb Titus for Delegate Bob Marshall on H.B. 1160 — A bill to Prevent Virginia from Aiding the U.S. Military in the Detention of Read More

Memorandum for Delegate Bob Marshall on H.B. 1160 — A bill to Prevent Virginia from Aiding the U.S. Military in the Detention of Virginians under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012

Michael Harless Publications

Herb Titus wrote a memorandum for Delegate Bob Marshall on H.B. 1160 — A bill to Prevent Virginia from Aiding the U.S. Military in the Detention of Virginians under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. The memorandum discusses the interplay between Virginia H.B. 1160 and the federal law that it addresses, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.

Delegate Bob Marshall sent this Read More