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Have you ever read an entire Supreme Court decision?
I did. Once. It had been written by then-Chief Justice William Rehnquist. The Times had printed all of it for some reason. I say “some reason” because I don’t remember what it was about. But whatever it was, it angered … Continue reading
Posted in Government, Human rights, Judiciary, Law, suits and order, Pro choice, The Facts of Life, The god problem, voting rights, War on women Tagged Alito, anti-abortion decision, John Roberts, Rehnquist, SCOTUS decisions, Supreme Court, Thomas, What's New Pussycat?, Woody Allen Comments Off on Have you ever read an entire Supreme Court decision?
The worst Supreme Court decisions in history. Part II
UPDATED as of Wednesday, June 27, 2018. In just a couple of days, John Roberts’ court just added a bunch of lousy Supreme Court decisions to the previous list. I don’t know about you, but once again I’m sort of … Continue reading
Posted in Koch Bros Final Solution to Democracy, Law, suits and order, Politics, The Facts of Life, War on women Tagged American Express, anti-abortion clinics, antitrust laws, class action lawsuits, disciminatory gerrymandering, First Amendment, gerrymandering, Gill v Whitford, Janus, John Roberts, Muslin ban, political gerrymandering, public service unions, SCOTUS decisions, Supreme Court of the United States, Texas redistricting Comments Off on The worst Supreme Court decisions in history. Part II
Facts versus fake news: more (Koch Bros) political campaign attack ads
Dear Virginia voters, ● VA-Gov: The Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity just launched its first TV ad attacking Democrat Ralph Northam and says it plans to spend $1 million to $2 million over a three-week period to air it. The … Continue reading
Posted in Koch Bros Final Solution to Democracy, Politics, The Facts of Life, The filthy rich, voting rights Tagged Americans for Prosperity, Citizens United, dark money, Koch Bros final solution to democracy, Koch Bros political campaign ads, political campaign ads, Ralph Northam, SCOTUS decisions, Virginia gubernatorial race Comments Off on Facts versus fake news: more (Koch Bros) political campaign attack ads