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Another reason for being on Twitter…
I know a lot of people are flailing desperately over the horror we’re living in, feeling that — aside from recent elections — no strong opposition is presenting itself. Not so. If you get onto Twitter (you don’t have to … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism Tagged ACLU, Brennan Center, CREW, Democratic Attorneys General, Eric Schneiderman, Michael Avenatti, Southern Poverty Law Center, Twitter Comments Off on Another reason for being on Twitter…
Let’s go to the lovely land of voter suppression
Via Kevin Underhill in his Lowering the Bar. I’ve been loosely (that means via Twitter*) following what’s been going on in the ACLU v. Kansas and Kris Kobach (Kansas’s and Trump’s czar of “voter fraud”) trial. Here’s Kevin’s compact summary. … Continue reading
More on why Russia does not understand U.S.
Last night I realized that Luke Harding had not mentioned another strong element of U.S. democracy, when he wrote (in his book Collusion) that Putin made a mistake when he interfered in our elections because he does not understand the … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Politics, The Facts of Life, voting rights, War on women Tagged ACLU, Barack Obama, Brennan Center, Citizens for Ethics, Citizens United, collusion, Common Cause, Cossacks, CREW, Eric Holder, Eric Schneiderman, Luke Harding, national Democratic Redistricting Committee, Planned Parenthood, Pussy Riot, Putin, Sochi Olympics, State Attorneys General, Women's March Comments Off on More on why Russia does not understand U.S.