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Professor Collins answers questions about “dark money” spent on Gorsuch's behalf on the radio program Background Briefing with Ian Masters.

Professor Collins is a guest on WBUR this week, recapping Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation hearings. 

Professor Collins speculates questions that the Senate Judiciary Committee might ask Gorsuch on 22 News: "I think you will see questions by senators about President Trump’s attacks on judges, and how Judge Gorsuch feels about that. I think you will have some questions about the immigration ban that is currently being considered."

Professor Musgrave speaks of recent conspiracies live on CNN. Musgrave says President Trump is using conspiracy theories to synthesize political support for his administration.

Professor Musgrave featured in MassLive commenting on President Trump's Russian connections.

Professor Paul Musgrave featured on 22 News discussing Russian spy ship off the coast of Connecticut. The ship is reportedly part of a routine game great powers play where they listen to their rivals and try to gain an advantage through electronic spying. 

 

Professor Paul Musgrave is featured in The Washington Diplomat--an article on Sec. of State Rex Tillerson.

Musgrave comments, “Incoming administrations often think they have more room to maneuver than they really do if they want to maintain the credibility and integrity of U.S. positions”.

“White males have overwhelmed the judiciary in the past.” -Professor Goldman

Professor Sheldon Goldman has been featured in New York Times (2/14/17).
Goldman comments on Obama's ability to appoint about 40 percent of the federal judiciary and, as of February 2016, white men were no longer the majority of federal judges. 

Professor Blinder is featured in the Christian Science Monitor.

He comments on 84 Lumber's controversial Super Bowl commercial: "People of all political stripes start to sound a little bit different when you talk about particular immigrants..."

Jesse H. Rhodes writes a column about voter fraud published in Newsweek.

He explains that despite President Donald J. Trump’s assertion that there was widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election, there is no evidence of what he calls voter fraud by impersonation.
Rhodes infers that these false claims of illegal voting will accomplish more restrictive voting rules that work to suppress minority voting as a whole.

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