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southpaw
Writer, lawyer, Dodger fan, idealist, hater. nycsouthpaw18 at gmail. RTs = endorsement or scorn.
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Brad Heath 17m
President Trump's chief of staff declares, under oath, that the president didn't actually mean the things he said about having declassified a bunch of Russia investigation documents. He has not ordered that additional documents be disclosed.
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Tyler DiBOOcci!! 👻 25m
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
That being said, the entire country would probably be better if Republicans acted like Utah Republicans (and that's because Mormons seem acutely aware of what persecution can look like)
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southpaw 27m
It feels good for people who are unaffected by the results to see politics drained of moral gravity. But there’s a reason why this is praised and Dianne Feinstein’s effort to do it in the SCOTUS hearing drew so much blowback; people feel differently when their lives are at stake.
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Aaron Katersky 41m
"Today’s lawsuit by the Department of Justice is deeply flawed," said. "People use Google because they choose to -- not because they're forced to or because they can't find alternatives."
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Yale Daily News 45m
SCITECH | Yale researchers have successfully adapted an existing COVID-19 test into a more efficient method using multiplex RT-qPCR assays. If implemented, this enhanced test could save time, money and labor, helping labs optimize and expand testing.
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JP Schnapper-Casteras 2h
Here's the full complaint in United States et al. v. Google
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southpaw 11h
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southpaw 11h
I don’t remember this being the mainstream response to the publication of “If I Did It.”
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Josh Douglas 16h
THREAD on 4-4 decision refusing to intervene in Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision. It's a BIG deal. Normally, the U.S. Supreme Court won't hear cases from state courts about state law. This decision was under PA state constitution's protection for right to vote. 1/
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Natasha Bertrand 13h
News: More than 50 former senior intelligence officials, including ex-Trump admin officials like Russ Travers, have signed on to a letter outlining their belief that the Biden emails saga “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation”
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Shawn Hils 14h
helluva summation of the referendum before voters, by Adm. McRaven
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ashley judd 15h
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southpaw 16h
The conservative movement’s modern phase arguably begins with Ronald Reagan yelling about a primary debate moderator asking the sound man to mute his mic. “I am paying for this microphone, Mr. Green!” The more things change...
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Ron Howard 16h
The most important election of our lifetimes is right around the corner and Wisconsin is a must-win swing state. So, I’m thrilled to announce a to support on Oct 25. Chip in any amount to attend -
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Brian Beutler 16h
Replying to @brianbeutler
It also breathes fresh life into the arguments for Dem senators to throw their bodies agains the gears of the confirmation process. Trump has said he wants ACB to be the fifth vote to overturn the election result, and he clearly has good reason to think he has four.
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southpaw 16h
Replying to @parabasis @samthielman
Certainly not, he would nev—
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Cristian Farias 16h
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That four of the conservative justices were trying to put the brakes on a state supreme court ruling interpreting a question of state law allowing voting on Election Day ... tells you all you need to know about how these justices won’t stop at nothing to disenfranchise voters.
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Marc Levy 17h
Replying to @timelywriter
Chief Justice Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans’ call for the court to block the state court ruling. Justices Alito, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting ballots when the polls close Nov. 3.
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southpaw 17h
Like... not really. Roberts’ defection makes the court equally divided, which means the requested relief was not granted. But the court didn’t “side” with anyone.
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