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Allegations regarding Representative John Conyers bad behavior is nothing new.  In 2009, Landmark submitted a criminal complaint to the Department of Justice alleging that Congressman Conyers may have broken the law due to his connection to his wife’s bribery scandal.  Read Landmark’s complaint HERE for more details. 

In the aftermath of the Federalist Society’s national convention, it is worth recalling a little history. 

 

Edwin Meese III (then-U.S. Attorney General and current member of Landmark’s Board) gave an important speech at the Federalist Society back in November, 1985.  In it, he explained the Reagan Administration’s approach to constitutional interpretation.  Read that speech HERE.