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Tanya Hernandez on WBAI Radio Morning Show

Tanya Hernandez was interviewed on May 26, 2017, for the WBAI radio Morning Show with Felipe Luciano.

Security Experts Fret Over Flynn’s Turkey Connection

Andrew Kent was interviewed for a Bloomberg podcast where he discusses former U.S. National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s ties with Turkey. If it continues to be his failure to register as an agent of the Turkish government, [something that seems to be is being investigated]the willful failure to register is a federal crime…. I think

The 25th Amendment Makes Presidential Disability a Political Question

Professor John Feerick’s article on the 25th Amendment was cited in an Atlantic article. In proposing the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Bayh worked closely with John D. Feerick, who went on to serve as dean of Fordham Law School and is now a professor there. Feerick worked with Bayh’s subcommittee to draft the language that eventually became

Congressional Briefing Panel: Paper Ballots Crucial to the Future of Election Integrity

A panel moderated by Karen Greenberg regarding election integrity was featured in an OpEdNews article. The distinguished panel was moderated by Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University Law School. She was joined by Ambassador Woolsey; Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer (ret.), a senior fellow at the London Center for Policy

Trump Voter Fraud Commission: Real Or ‘Imaginary Problem’?

A tweet by Professor Jed Shugerman was cited in a San Diego Tribune article about Trump’s appointment of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to investigate the president’s claims of voter fraud. In a tweet, Fordham University law professor Jed Shugerman called him a “xenophobic threat to democracy.” I’ve followed Kris Kobach’s career for 20