Ken White

Ken White

Brown, White & Osborn / Popehat

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Ken White, co-host of “All the President’s Lawyers," is an attorney at Brown White & Osborn LLP in Los Angeles. A former federal prosecutor, his practice includes both criminal defense and First Amendment litigation. He writes and speaks frequently on criminal justice and free speech issues, and he hosts “Make No Law,” a podcast about First Amendment history.

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The president gets rid of inspectors general. Is there any outrage left?

Norms

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