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richard heinRichard Hein

The people's Lawyer

From St Louis, Missouri - EE.UU

"Show Me, Trump"

Donald J. Trump has won the General Election to become the 45th President of the United States in a startling upset victory over the heavily-favored former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. This election awakened the political sensibilities of a 17-year old student who will be a first-year college student in 20 months’ time. So many emotions have bubbled to the surface in the last week since the results of the election became clear near 3:00 a.m. on the U.S. East Coast. My daughter has been distraught as she witnessed the death of her dream of seeing a woman in the White House.

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Presidential Debate: Meet Me in Saint Louis

While Hillary Clinton being chosen as the Democratic Party standard-bearer surprised few, the Republican Party's choice of Donald Trump as its nominee capped what was an improbable primary campaign. In a couple of days, Washington University, located two miles from my office in my hometown of Saint Louis, Missouri, will host them at the 5th presidential debate held there since 1992.

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Argentina and Venezuela: Two Maturing Countries

On January 20, 1993, I was a 22 year-old second-year law student. In between classes, on a small tube television in the basement of the Law School, I remember watching President Bill Clinton standing in front of the United States Congress overlooking the Mall down to the Washington Monument as United States Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist administered him the oath of office of the President of The United States. I remember becoming emotional. I realized at that moment that this was first time I was old enough to remember and appreciate the significance of a peaceful transfer of executive power from one political party to the opposition party. The last time it had happened in the United States was January 20, 1981, when Ronald Reagan was sworn in after defeating Jimmy Carter in the 1980 election. My emotion was also born of the equally revealing realization of just how rare such a thing is in world history.

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Supreme Court Throws a Life Preserver to Obama’s Deferred Action on Parents of Americans (DAPA)

On Tuesday, May 26, 2015, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Obama Administration’s request to lift the injunction Texas Federal Judge Hanen issued February 17, 2015 on the Deferred Action DAPA and DACA+ immigration programs that were to have gone into effect February 18, 2015. On Tuesday, January 19, 2016, the United States Supreme Court breathed life back in to the DAPA/DACA+ programs by granting the Obama Administration’s Writ of Certiorari.

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Ferguson: One Year and One Day On

One year and one day ago, Michael Brown, Jr., was shot and killed by Police Officer Darren Wilson in the City of Ferguson, a suburb of Saint Louis, Missouri, a city and state located in the geographic, demographic and political middle of the United States. His shooting led to local protests, violence and looting in the days following the shooting. The police tactics utilized to counter the civil disruption as well as the subsequent refusal of the Grand Jury to indict Officer Wilson for the shooting, led to further violence, Missouri Governor Nixon deploying the National Guard, country-wide protests, and sparked a national awareness and movement related to race relations, policing, institutionalized racism, poverty, civil rights and the criminal justice system.

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