Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

Why have election-denial bizarros been named as heads of new committees?

I’ve been thinking about this since the unseemly House display we recently watched (avidly). The easy answer is, Kevin McCarthy is minus balls and has been owned by a small bunch of grimacing anarchists who brandish weapons instead of portfolios. … Continue reading

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A thought about what’s going on in the House…

Because the Terrible Twenty, dopey chaos merchants all, are also, I believe, among those congresspeople who voted against certification of Joe Biden two years ago. A short while ago, the last voting round dropped the Twenty down to seven. I’m … Continue reading

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An optimist’s take on chaos and the GOP

Remember when, in the early morning of November 9, 2016, my brother responded to my despair with, “Don’t worry. It’ll be fun?” Well, no. Of course you don’t remember — although I have mentioned it. ⇑ Regardless, what’s going on … Continue reading

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