The IRS’s effort to strip away the privacy of all Coinbase users is more broad than the government’s effort in recent cases dealing with cell site location information.
DHS is gamely trying to press states to make the national ID law workable. Its inventiveness in rewriting the law and improvising deadlines draws into question whether the agency is acting with dispassion or with vindictiveness toward states that it sees as opportune victims of federal punishment.
While there are some reasons to be optimistic, the weight of evidence suggests that Trump’s immigration policies will likely be as bad as many feared.
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