Sunday Night Stolen Meme, i.e. SCOTUS/abortion

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Saturday Cartoon: The Only Wall America Needs:

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So, you just weren’t feeling Hillary enough in 2016 to VOTE for her…

Supreme Court Live Updates: Supreme Court Confirms Leaked Opinion But Says the Draft Is Not a Final Decision Politico published the draft opinion after an ‘extensive review process.’ https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/05/03/us/roe-wade-abortion-supreme-court#biden-calls-for-legislation-to-enshrine-abortion-rights

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53 – 47. When Will Ron Johnson Get Tired Of Being On The Wrong Side Of History?

53 to 47 was the final Senate vote in approving Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States. It was basically along partisan lines save for three ‘moderate’ Republicans. It shouldn’t have been anywhere near this close. It should have been a given. Judge Brown…

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Vaccine Hesitancy: My Body, My Choice

I won’t drop into the irony of the Vaccine Hesitant adopting that slogan, most of you can certainly connect those dots. Particularly this past week and next as we watch SCOTUS discuss abortion. And Vaccine Hesitant! Isn’t that a soft chew gummy phrase? And I get the feeling that people…

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Americans Need To Sue The Senate And Have The Filibuster Declared Unconstitutional!

Yes, I realize that on the face of it the basic filibuster isn’t unconstitutional…but I am using it in its generic sense just as the media and politicians do. It should be changed a bit…if the pompous buffoons like Sen. Lindsay Graham or Sen. Ted Cruz want to bloviate on…

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Pride(In The Name Of Love) Dierks Bentley, The Punch Brothers and Del McCoury

It’s not Thursday but I thought today could use some music. Rest in Power, Dr. King. May we all make a commitment to carry your vision forward.

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COVID-19: Lessons Learned: Essential Employees Tend To Be Minimum Wage Earners

As the United States has struggled with lock downs, stay at home orders, and other socially and economically disruptive actions taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus…decisions were made about who is/isn’t an essential worker in an essential business. Obviously health care workers are essential, as are police and…

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COVID-19: Lessons Learned: Employer Provided Health Insurance Isn’t A Viable Model.

Most of my life I have had employer provided health insurance except for the period when I was self-employed and bought my own on the open market. But that was over 40 years ago and it was actually rather affordable. But as we watched the pandemic ravage our country and…

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How Would You Select Biden’s Cabinet? Go Easy or Go Big?

The president-elect is somewhat between a rock and a hard place with his selections for cabinet positions and other West Wing roles. On the one hand he faces a very hostile White House that has been stonewalling co-operation on the transition, then a restive progressive wing in his own party…

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