Trump’s 3rd SCOTUS pick in 4 years?

Can Trump get another justice on the SCOTUS bench before the 2020 election?

I was wrong


Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

Beginning in 2019 when I believed Ruth Bader Ginsberg was already dead, I said it wouldn’t be announced until 2020.

Was she already dead in 2019?

Irrelevant to how I was wrong.

I believed an urban legend that posits “Presidents cannot confirm a SCOTUS appointment in an election year”

More than 30 (Lower) Federal Judiciary positions have already been confirmed in 2020, so why couldn’t the President confirm a new SCOTUS appointment?


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COVID19 Nightmare continues

I’d like to do a Babylon Bee (Parody) article on this “News-Piece” from Faux News.

Faux News Headline

Tracking coronavirus: 6,236 new cases and 148 more deaths reported by Florida health officials

Link is at bottom of this article.

My analysis

If headlines similar to examples A, B, or C below (allowing for progression) had been the normal approach to COVID19 since the beginning of this nightmare, the majority of us would not be wearing masks, and most businesses would have never closed down.

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Systemic Racism in America’s Law Enforcement?

So, I’m reading this article, and notice the following statement:

“Where there’s a lot of civilians that own guns, fatal police shootings happen more often,” Hemenway said”

Isn’t that like saying “Where there’s a lot of civilians that have lethal drugs, fatal drug overdoses happen more often”?

One objection I offer immediately to this proposed argument is that the word “civilians” needs to be replaced with “criminals”.

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Has the “Left” changed?

If you’re a Leftist, this will probably trigger you, but I don’t care. Many certain conversations need to be taking place but are all-too-often hushed, muffled, and violently forced into politically correct safe-spaces, so those on the Left never really have to confront, or face, their realities.

This fact alone helps explain why these sociological “volcanoes” fluctuate through phases of dormancy, activity, occasional eruptions, catastrophic explosions, and man’s responses: most of which are seldom true solutions, and all-too-often, are mere cosmetic patches, only meant to appear as having been addressed.

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