Millennics EP5 Vote Splitting, Apple v FBI

In EP5 of Millennics—a podcast discussing policy, politics, and law from the viewpoint of Millennials—host Jonathan J. Cianfaglione talks about the effects of vote splitting on the GOP presidential race, and the new battle between Apple v FBI.

Hosted by: Jonathan J. Cianfaglione (@jjcianfaglione)
Presented by: LogicalPost.net
Support From: VIG & Associates (vigconsulting.com)
Music: “Thank You” by Panthurr

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Apple v FBI

Open Letter by Tim Cook, Apple CEO

Orin Kerr from Volokh Conspiracy via Washington Post, offers thoughts on Apple v. FBI.

Government’s (FBI) Ex Parte Application for Order Compelling Apple.

Court Order Compelling Apple to assist the FBI.

All Writs Act of 1789, aka 28 USC Sec. 1651: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/28/1651

The Passing of a Titan: Justice Antonin Scalia

Traditional Draping of the Bench, the Bench Chair, and the courtroom entrance of the SCOTUS.

Mark Walsh at SCOTUSblog, reported on the Courtroom Draping for Justice Scalia.

Vote Splitting

Variety of WSJ National Polls.

New Hampshire Primary Results.