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Sadly, @BillMaher severely erred with the false equivalences he created between the Left or Right on how they handled COVID. Bill Maher strikes out badly on this one on COVID equivalences x x YouTube Video See full episodes here. While I do not always agree with Bill Maher, his prose is...

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  • April 18, 2021

The Senate Parliamentarian has ruled that Chuck Schumer may be able to use budget reconciliation rules to pass two additional amendments to the 2021 budget bill that was used in enacting Biden’s Covid relief law. Reconciliation, though complicated, allows bills to pass the Senate with a 51 to 50 vote. thehill.com/… The ruling...

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  • April 6, 2021

The New York Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday that former The Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos can proceed with her defamation lawsuit against our pustulant ex-POTUS. It’s not a comeuppance yet, but sometimes justice comes in dribs and drabs—like makeup slowly cascading off an ex-pr*sident’s blotchy horror-show of a face, transforming...

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  • March 30, 2021

You will not believe what I was told by a manager in a Winn Dixie tonight.  I am so ticked off at people running around with no masks in the middle of a pandemic I called a manager tonight because people have to get milk and bread and not everyone...

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  • January 22, 2021

Trump just got some more coal in his Christmas stocking, delivered by a judge he appointed to the 7th Circuit. Trump campaign suffers another legal setback in Wisconsin case President Donald Trump’s ineffectual bid to persuade the courts to overturn his defeat at the polls last month suffered another defeat...

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  • December 25, 2020

So, as I’m writing this, it’s pretty clear that Biden is going to win enough states to be the next President. But that won’t be official for awhile. Some of these races were tight. Some weren’t that tight, but Trump will likely pretend they were. What does that mean? It’s...

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  • November 6, 2020

More Trump lies as he puts two days into Nevada. Trump claims there were "tens of thousands of people on the streets" lining his motorcade route to the rally tonight. That's a lie. I was in the motorcade. There were onlookers at different points on the 45-minute drive. But not...

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  • September 13, 2020

Cases go back to the lower court, so the Trump tax returns issue will not get seen before the election, because it goes to the Grand Jury in Vance. In the case of the House with Mazars, it also goes back to the lower court on the issues of subpoenas, still blocking House committees...

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  • July 9, 2020

Title VII protections now includes LGBTQ in a single watershed decision. Happy Pride month. x .@business: The ruling came in one of two LGBT workplace-bias cases the court has been considering. The justices could rule momentarily in the second case, which concerns discrimination against transgender workers. https://t.co/9xv8jXJF2N— Andrew Peng (@TheAPJournalist) June...

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  • June 15, 2020

Waiting for de jure to be impaneled in a time of tactical chaos, free of strategic thinking, Jared Kushner is Slender Man, de facto POTUS* of the not-so-deep, shallow state. “Jared is running everything. He’s the de facto president of the United States,” a former White House official told Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman, Throughout the...

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  • May 6, 2020

No one knows how long the coronavirus crisis will last, but Donald Trump apparently thinks he can end it by fiat. He wants to reopen the country on Easter, after all — because somewhere he heard one of those big-haired Christians say something about the holiday being about hope or...

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  • March 27, 2020

McConnell lays out ground rules for Trump’s impeachment trial and compressed schedule to consider the charges In a four-page resolution, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said the opening arguments would begin at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, with each side given 24 hours to present their case over a two-day...

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  • January 20, 2020

So, one of the questions that is on a lot of people’s mind lately is whether there’s any way that the Republican Party could somehow divest themselves of Trump at the self-declaredly Trump-themed convention in Cleveland. Well, the short answer is yes, they can. That’s the opinion of Curly Hoagland,...

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