Not long after NASCAR announced that it would be banning fans from displaying the Confederate flag at tracks on Wednesday, a post from Ray Ciccarelli’s Facebook account said the Truck Series driver wouldn’t run any races after the end of the 2020 season and that his team’s equipment was for sale.You can view a screenshot of the post here. It has since been deleted. You can view a screenshot of the post here.
Showbiz dad! That’s why his Father’s Day gift needs to be extra special, just like him. In case you haven’t marked your calendar yet, Father’s Day falls on Sunday, June 21 this year, so you have plenty of time to find the perfect present for him. If you can’t celebrate with him in person this year, you can still make the day pop.
Mike Parson said on Friday that he would pardon the St. Louis couple that pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters marching past their home last month. Bush pardons, not merely commutations, of six defendants relating to the Iran Contra scandal, four of whom were already convicted or had pleaded guilty.
He argued in federal district court in New York that he couldn’t be subpoenaed in a criminal case because he is a sitting president. The president lost several bids last year in lower courts to stop the subpoenas.”Shunning the concept of the inviolability of the person of the King of England and the bounds of the monarch’s protective screen covering the Crown’s actions from legal scrutiny, the Founders disclaimed any notion that the Constitution generally conferred similarly all encompassing immunity upon the president,” Marrero wrote in an October 2019 opinion denying Trump’s block and reminding the president’s legal team that the president is not royalty.Similar to his argument against the slew of congressional committees who wanted his finance records, Trump argued that the legal move tried “to compel the production of an enormous swath of the president’s personal financial information.” His legal team slammed Vance for “pointedly refus[ing] to eliminate the president as a target for indictment.”On Thursday, Dunne stressed the president’s lawyers have had over a year to dig into the facts of their investigation and there was no “attempt to harass.”He also stressed that their request for the subpoena does not burden Article II of the Constitution which establishes the executive branch of the federal government. He said that there is no burden because “the Mazars subpoena is not even served on the president.