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“We are living through a revolt against the future. The future will prevail.” — Anand Giridharadas

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“Wealthy religious zealots paid big money to pray and socialize with and extract priceless personal favors from Supreme Court justices.” That some justices undisputedly welcomed such outrageous behavior is a huge problem. The leak is the least of it. slate.com/news-and-politics/…
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When Two Rights Make a Wrong: This is a super-smart analysis of how guns + speech = ??? scholarlycommons.law.northwe….
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Count on @dorfonlaw to notice and brilliantly dissect two oddities in the Respect for Marriage Act, a valuable bill that should be passed in the lame duck: 1. What's the meaning of "sex" and 2. What about the number "2"? dorfonlaw.org/2022/11/two-od…
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The Respect for Marriage Act can't guarantee marriage equality for the long run, but for now, it seems like a sensible, if limited, hedge against the possibility of an even more reactionary Supreme Court. @DorfonLaw discusses the RMA's scope and limits j.st/556f
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The reason I’m not leaving — yet, anyway — is that I dread “unwinding connections to sources, colleagues,” and over 1.35M followers. The alternatives don’t yet ”offer the same reach, or the rich vein of dissimilarity across social and geographic lines.” newyorker.com/news/daily-com…
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“It is only fitting that a visitor to the Sandy Hook memorial walks in circles; we are all trapped in a loop of carnage, campaign donations, thoughts and prayers. The trees here will outgrow the children they honor.” newyorker.com/culture/cultur…
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It shouldn't have taken so long for Congress to get Trump's tax returns. "It would be healthier for the country to see candidates once again perform essential acts of honesty and transparency — not because they have to but because voters deserve it." washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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Trump: If you fear the message, attack the messenger’s wife 😡
Donald Trump's attack on wife of Special Counsel Jack Smith is a sign of desperation. #JusticeMatters invidious.fdn.fr/UX_zggezU2w
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This Fuentes dude is an antiSemitic freakazoid, and a dangerous one. That Trump promoted him by privately dining with him and Kanye West and then publicizing their time together reminds the world who Trump really is and what his return to power would portend.
Trump had dinner with this guy
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“We believe strongly the lawsuits are meritless,” DOE Sec’y Cardona wrote to applicants. The administration will “discharge your approved debt if and when we prevail in court.” I share his belief — but nobody can count on today’s SCOTUS to follow the law bostonglobe.com/2022/11/25/b…
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Yes! SecDef Esper can lead the Cabinet chorus belatedly pronouncing Trump unfit.
It's one thing when Democrats say Donald Trump is "unfit for office." It's something else when Trump's own former cabinet secretaries say the same thing. (via @MaddowBlog) on.msnbc.com/3gAVbP2
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Christie has this right. The more Republican leaders who reach this conclusion, the better.
BREAKING: Chris Christie SLAMS Trump for meeting with Nick Fuentes “this just another example of an awful lack of judgment from Donald Trump, which, combined with his past poor judgments, make him an untenable general election candidate for the Republican Party in 2024."
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“Openly carrying a gun in public is no longer just an exercise in self-defense — increasingly it is a soapbox for elevating one’s voice and, just as often, quieting someone else’s.” The irony of gun rights stifling speech rights should give SCOTUS pause. nytimes.com/2022/11/26/us/gu…
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What a kid!
This kid, has already made my day. !!!
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The poisoned apple didn’t fall far from this monstrous tree . . .
The Colorado shooter’s dad on finding out his son murdered people: “They started telling me about the incident, a shooting... And then I go on to find out it’s a gay bar. I got scared, ‘Shit, is he gay?’ And he’s not gay, so I said, phew… I am a conservative Republican.” (@CBS8)
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Special Counsel Jack Smith is leaving nothing to chance. Within hours of a legal and factual misrepresentation made by Trump’s lawyers in the 11th Circuit, he submitted this letter brief setting the record straight: documentcloud.org/documents/…
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Don’t let distrust of the messenger, however justified, obscure the validity of his hugely important message: We mustn’t underestimate the existential danger of AI. It has the potential to destroy human civilization unless we figure out how to control it: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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“The 14th Amendment’s disqualification clause is a peaceful and transparent mechanism to neutralize an existential threat to the Republic.”  nytimes.com/2022/11/24/opini…
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