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If Trump is Being Paid by the Russians, Should his Supreme Court Choice(s) Stay?

A Supreme Court judge is essentially the most respected and important position in our country. They have the final word on cases that are too contentious for state court rooms. Before the election, there were four conservative judges and four kinds of liberal judges. Only one was under 60 years old. There are 78, 80, and 83. Although Obama should have chosen the last judge, since Justice Anthony Scalia died during his presidency, Republicans crossed… Keep Reading

Republican Supreme Court set to Hear Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

The other day, while the orange buffoon was distracting us, many of us might have missed news that the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case concerning congressional and legislative maps. Keep following this story, cause it could have long lasting consequences for our country. As a result of Republican’s refusal to nominate Obama’s choice for a Supreme Court judge, we now have a Republican majority on the Supreme Court. Potentially, the ruling of this… Keep Reading

How do you Like The Donald Now?

If you voted for The Donald and you are not regretting that decision yet, I’m certain you will shortly. After a little more than 100 days, The Donald has engaged in more treasonous activity than any president in American history. According to yesterday’s breaking news, he gave the Russians “code word” intel. ‘Code word’ classifies the most secret of information. Republicans are ecstatic with Trump, because he is accomplishing all of their dreams. He has… Keep Reading

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Trump’s Water Lawsuit Could Potentially be Handed to Supreme Court Judge he Nominated

In 2015, the Obama administration, the EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers applied the Waters of the United States rule to clean up our nation’s bodies of water. On its face, the Waters of the United States rule is largely a technical document, defining which rivers, streams, lakes and marshes fall under the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers. But opponents condemn it as a massive power grab… Keep Reading

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How Merrick Garland Can and Will be Nominated to Supreme Court

At 12:01 in the afternoon on January 3, 2017, the Senate will consist of 66 senators. This is because at 12:00, Senate’s Class III members will come to an end. In addition, Vice President Joe Biden, in his capacity, will serve as Senate president. At that time, of the 66 senators, 34 will be Democrats, 30 Republicans and 2 Independents. Joe Biden will serve this role until January 20th, when he swears in the senators-elect… Keep Reading

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