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Post-Dobbs, The Abortion Battle Hits Activist
State Courts
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/27/2022 9:01:27 AM Post Reply
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court declared it was returning the authority to regulate or prohibit abortion “to the people and their elected representatives.” The abortion lobby, however, has no intention of leaving the legality of abortions to the American public. Instead, it will seek to create an abortion-on-demand regime via activist state judges. Countering this strategy must take priority, or Dobbs will be for naught. In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court overturned
Boom! Justice Clarence Thomas Had Predicted
And Aspired To Achieve This Exact Reaction
From Leftists
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/26/2022 6:21:51 PM Post Reply
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, like most of us, is many things. Among others, Thomas is brilliant, prudent, hard-working, and deeply religious. He’s also been a painful thorn in the side of American leftists for over thirty years now. But something else Clarence Thomas is, obviously, is a human being, which means he’s someone who can be affected by traumatic and emotional experiences. There are many influences that can motivate us: Financial benefit, security for our families, and self-preservation are just a few. But there’s also the issue paybacks; vengeance. And sometimes revenge can be the strongest of all motivators. Such is the case, apparently, with Justice Thomas.
There Was Another Mass Shooting On Monday,
But Democrats Don’t Care – Why?
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/22/2022 9:56:40 AM Post Reply
There was another mass shooting in America on Monday, and the carnage was horrific. A total of nine people were shot, all of them were taken to nearby hospitals, and at least one person is dead: a 21-year-old college basketball player who, by all accounts, wasn’t just a terrific athlete but was also a genuinely good person. At least one promising young life has been lost, and several other lives have been permanently changed for the worse. Devasting injuries, or at the very least the traumatic impact on the victims’ mental health, will likely linger for the rest of the victims’ lives.
Would A Fanatic Have Tried To Murder Brett
Kavanaugh If Merrick Garland Had Enforced
Federal Law?
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/20/2022 8:48:48 AM Post Reply
Everyone is more or less familiar with the concept of broken windows policing. Theories vary on whether prosecuting minor crimes directly deters more serious crime (because criminals fear the severity of prosecution) or whether it is the fear and withdrawal of citizens from disordered communities that allows more serious crime to come in. Either way, the theory can be summarized as follows: When law enforcement vigorously prosecutes minor crimes such as littering, loitering, and vandalism, the effect is less serious crime in the community.
New York State Court Rules Elephants Are
Not People… Seriously
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/16/2022 8:24:20 AM Post Reply
With all the other critical and depressing news stories filling our social media feeds and cluttering our minds, it would understandable if this piece of groundbreaking jurisprudence slipped through the cracks in one’s effort to be well-informed. On Tuesday, the State of New York’s highest court ruled in a 5-2 decision against the efforts of a group known as the Nonhuman Rights Project which asserted that an Asian elephant named Happy was being illegally “detained” in The Bronx Zoo. And yes, you read that correctly: Two judges actually ruled in favor of the idea that Happy is really a human being.
Even With The Media Tossing Her Softballs,
Biden Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre
Can’t Get The Bat Off Her Shoulder
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/15/2022 8:37:55 AM Post Reply
You’d think every Biden White House press conference would be a home run because, despite the president being largely incoherent, the press corps is exceedingly friendly to Democrats. Nonetheless, there are no home runs for President Joe Biden’s new press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre. It seems everything she says is a swing and a miss. That’s been the case since Jean-Pierre inherited her post from her predecessor Jen Psaki, who left the White House spin team for the one over at MSNBC. But Monday was particularly bad for Jean-Pierre, who stuttered, lied, and fumbled her way through her massive binder
Unity And Healing? Pro-Abortion Group
Targets Amy Coney-Barrett’s Kids And Church
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/12/2022 8:23:59 AM Post Reply
In December 2020, shortly after it became clear that Joe Biden would indeed be inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States, he continued with a familiar narrative when he stated, “The integrity of our elections remains intact. Now it is time to turn the page, to unite, to heal.” During the campaign and prior to the election, when Biden wasn’t demonizing Republicans and depicting Donald Trump as the Anti-Christ out of one side of his mouth, he was advocating for a big, nationwide group hug out of the other. Now, through almost seventeen months of his presidency, ask yourself: Has President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party succeeded
Missouri Attorney General Investigation
Uncovers Systemically Racist Curricula,
Intrusive Surveys In Public Schools
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/9/2022 9:25:36 AM Post Reply
Today the Missouri attorney general announced subpoenas of seven school districts in response to parent complaints of racist instruction and intrusive surveys administered to their children allegedly without prior parental notice. Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office also posted Wednesday a public database of open records investigations into 49 Missouri school districts that uncovered the systemic abuse of public schooling for political purposes. The investigation uncovers Missouri public schools forcing students to participate in exercises that shame children for their skin color and teaching that races are inherently unequal, which violate the Fourteenth Amendment
Democrats Yell ‘Do Something!’ On
Guns While Their Prosecutors And Policies
Create Our Culture Of Crime
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/8/2022 10:08:12 AM Post Reply
Since a spate of recent shootings, Democrats led by President Joe Biden have been busy exploiting the tragedies to call for more gun control, go after the “gun lobby” bogeyman, and yell that we must “do something!” about firearm-related crime. They’ve been clear that they aren’t interested in talking about effective solutions that don’t involve gun-grabbing, so they probably also don’t want to talk about who’s responsible for America’s unsettling crime wave: the left. Meanwhile, as of late Tuesday night, the Associated Press projected that San Francisco voters had handily recalled left-wing District Attorney Chesa Boudin, whose soft-on-crime policies wreaked havoc on the California city.
“My formula for living is quite simple.
I get up in the morning and I go to bed
at night. In between times, I occupy myself
as best I can.” Cary Grant (posted 6/1/22)
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Posted by PeterWolosin 6/1/2022 8:48:54 AM Post Reply
Yesterday, after less than one full day of deliberations, a D.C. jury stacked with pro-Hillary Clinton jurors acquitted former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, proving the FBI is not “ours” but the swamp’s. Just more than two weeks ago, prosecutor Brittain Shaw began opening statements in United States v. Sussmann, by stating the obvious: “Some people have very strong feelings about politics and about Russia, and many people have strong feelings about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.”
Woke MLB Manager Protests National Anthem,
Then Commits Mistake Worthy Of Little League
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Posted by PeterWolosin 5/29/2022 9:03:40 AM Post Reply
Baseball is a complicated game. The rulebook for Major League Baseball is 191 pages long. The intricacies of the game’s strategies are seemingly endless, and as a team manager at the top level of the sport, the opportunities for missteps present themselves constantly. Should we attempt a bunt in this situation? Do I need to bring another pitcher in to face this next batter? Does it make sense to attempt a hit-and-run play on this pitch? It’s not easy being a major league manager. But there are certain aspects of our national pastime that are simple, including rules that most of us learn as children playing in Little League.
Why The Jury Should Convict Michael Sussmann
Of Lying To The FBI, But Probably Won’t
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Posted by PeterWolosin 5/27/2022 9:32:27 AM Post Reply
Closing arguments will begin later this morning in Special Counsel John Durham’s false statement case against former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, after Sussmann made a last-minute decision on Thursday not to testify in his own defense. The evidence prosecutors elicited from witnesses over the last two weeks provides overwhelming proof of Sussmann’s guilt and destroys the many defense theories Sussmann’s legal team floated throughout the trial. Yet a conviction of a fellow D.C.-swamp dweller may be unattainable.