The Haake Take

Sabrina Haake is a columnist and 25 year litigator specializing in 1st and 14th Amendment defense. Her Substack, The Haake, is free.

Summary judgments are a tedious exercise in law and distillation. Following many months of written discovery and verbal testimony, a party who moves for summary judgment argues that no facts remain in dispute, the facts on the record are ready to be applied to the law, and the case is ready for a decision on the merits. Such was the posture of both sides in the New York Attorney General’s financial fraud case against Donald Trump et al.

Squawking about the nation’s debt after your party spent like drunk sailors on leave is like eating a rib-eye at Ruth’s Chris, then planting a fly under the bone to get a free meal. You ordered and ate the steak, sir. Yes, but I didn’t order the fly that came with it, and don’t you think your prices are obscene?

Excerpts from a newly released Elon Musk biography seem to confirm his God complex. Apparently, Musk thought providing Ukraine with Starlink communication satellites gave him the power to dictate military strategies. Last September, we have learned, Musk refused to activate the satellites over Sevastopol, Crimea, just prior to a crucial planned attack against the Russian navy.


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