Hard On The Wind

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  1. Hard On The Wind

    PA 101

    I nearly read the whole thing before I realized it was from NY Post. Now I feel dirty.
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    Appointing Whitaker was a braindead move.

    Under the heading of awkward, George Conway (Kellyanne's husband) says it's unconstitutional... https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/08/opinion/trump-attorney-general-sessions-unconstitutional.html
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    Scrap F-35 buy J-20

    Better a J120.
  4. Somehow Trump seems to get away with those kinds of actions with impunity.
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    Steve King Confirms What We Have Known For Years

    At least cockroaches run for cover.
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    Trump calls for more civility in politics

    Yes, stop reporting the truth especially when it's about the Supreme Leader.
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    Hey Gouvernail, what were you saying about the markets

    You just set a new world record for how far a human head is up his own ass.
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    has anyone noticed

    Ya figure it's the Chinese or the Russians?
  9. Hard On The Wind

    has anyone noticed

    Smoking gun was discovered. The return addresses pointed to the culprit. It was this well known terrorist...
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    F35 exceeding expectations. Israel .. "Intel Goldmine"

    The Russian S500 system makes the F35 an obsolete piece of junk.
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    Why the Left Is Consumed With Hate

    The left is consumed by hate because Trump is president.
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    650 law professors say no to Kavanaugh

    Joseph P. Tomain is Dean Emeritus and the Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor of Law. A highly respected professor and scholar, his teaching and research interests focus in the areas of energy law, land use, regulatory policy, and contracts....
  13. No judicial temperament and he lied under oath. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/10/03/opinion/kavanaugh-law-professors-letter.html The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. OCT. 3, 2018 The following letter will be presented to the United States Senate on Oct. 4. It will be updated as more signatures are received. Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.” We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United States Supreme Court. We regret that we feel compelled to write to you, our Senators, to provide our views that at the Senate hearings on Sept. 27, Judge Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land. The question at issue was of course painful for anyone. But Judge Kavanaugh exhibited a lack of commitment to judicious inquiry. Instead of being open to the necessary search for accuracy, Judge Kavanaugh was repeatedly aggressive with questioners. Even in his prepared remarks, Judge Kavanaugh described the hearing as partisan, referring to it as “a calculated and orchestrated political hit,” rather than acknowledging the need for the Senate, faced with new information, to try to understand what had transpired. Instead of trying to sort out with reason and care the allegations that were raised, Judge Kavanaugh responded in an intemperate, inflammatory and partial manner, as he interrupted and, at times, was discourteous to senators. As you know, under two statutes governing bias and recusal, judges must step aside if they are at risk of being perceived as or of being unfair. As Congress has previously put it, a judge or justice “shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned.” These statutes are part of a myriad of legal commitments to the impartiality of the judiciary, which is the cornerstone of the courts. We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land. Signed, with institutional affiliation listed for identification purposes only, by the following: The list was too long
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    Middle Age Riot

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    Trump's tax fraud

    Trump pays entirely all of the taxes he thinks he owes.