Monthly Archives: June 2016

Finally some good news out of the Supreme Court with the Hellerstedt decision

On Monday we had some rare good news coming out of the Supreme Court in a case that would not have been affected by whether Justice Antonin Scalia had remained alive or not. It’s the case of Whole Woman’s Health … Continue reading

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The English actually have my sympathy this morning

This morning is not a good day to be an Englishman. First we had the “Brexit” vote last week, and the almost instant buyer’s remorse that overtook much of the country. Now we have this: England loses 2:1 to Iceland … Continue reading

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Here’s what’s actually so sad about the Brexit vote

It’s now been a few days since the “Brexit” vote, and it’s interesting to see how things have played out so far: It seems that a lot of people woke up in Britain with “buyer’s remorse.” Social media was abuzz … Continue reading

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“Little” Marco Rubio is running for Re-Election after all

In all the hullaballoo about the “Brexit” and what it means for the rest of the world, here is a small surprise that shouldn’t be a surprise: “little” Marco Rubio, after pledging not run fun for re-election, has decided to … Continue reading

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Great Britain just gave a giant middle finger to the European Union

Many of you woke up this morning to the hullaballoo that Britain just gave a giant middle finger to the European Union, and by extension, to the rest of the world. It was the vote on the so-called “Brexit,” the … Continue reading

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If you want to know why it’s Important who picks the next Supreme Court Justice

If you want a good example of why it will be very important who gets to appoint future Supreme Court nominees, here it is: an equally divided Supreme Court couldn’t come to agreement on Obama’s executive actions on immigration, thus … Continue reading

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The Pot Calling the Kettle Black

Last week I noted the irony that Donald Trump went on the attack against Bill Clinton for being a “rapist” when all kinds of allegations of sexual assault, harassment, and yes, even rape, have also been made against Donald Trump. … Continue reading

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