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Don Stenberg

Don Stenberg

Don Stenberg is an honors graduate of Harvard Law School. He served for 12 years as Nebraska’s attorney general and has argued several constitutional law questions in the Supreme Court of the United States, including the partial-birth abortion case Stenberg v. Carhart. He is also the author of a Christian book entitled, “Eavesdropping on Lucifer.” He and his wife, Sue, reside in Gretna, Nebraska.

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The federal government’s potential cases against Trump look legally weak

By: - September 10, 2022

The FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s home has generated a great deal of political controversy. However, in my opinion, based on the laws involved, there are multiple reasons the government’s case(s) will likely fail. First of all, The Presidential Records Act, 44 U.S.C. chapter 22, gives every former president the legal right to […]

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U.S. Supreme Court is protecting democracy and explicit individual constitutional rights

By: - July 12, 2022

Some are saying that several of this year’s U.S. Supreme Court decisions are threatening or destroying democracy. In fact, it is just the opposite. The court’s opinions leave decisions of utmost importance to the people’s elected representatives and enforce the Constitution’s explicit protections of personal liberty. Consider, for example, five of the court’s most controversial […]