Massachusetts' junior senator, John Kerry, has come out urging a filibuster of Judge Samuel Alito.
It's going to be interesting to see how the New York Times editorial page characterizes Kerry's move, since by their definition a filibuster is occuring right now.
And if the Times changes their definition to fit the political calculus of the moment, I'll be firing off another letter to editorial page editor Gail Collins.
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Do we really think DeSantis, with a small, insular circle of advisers and limited personal skills is going to do well in the intimate contests in Iowa and New Hampshire? Voters focus on the economy, he massively erred in playing culture war issues so hard. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/03/16/opinion/trump-desantis-lose.html
If you're hoping that someone gets raped, YOU'RE the bad person.
As Judge Duncan was on his way to the classroom for the event, students lined up on both sides of a narrow hallway yelled vicious things at him, including "we hope your daughters get raped."
Stanford Fed Soc president Tim Rosenberger just revealed that on podcast recording.
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SENATOR CASSIDY: "Why doesn't the president care?"
YELLEN: "He cares very deeply."
CASSIDY: "Then where is his plan?"
YELLEN: "He stands ready to work with Congress."
CASSIDY: "That's a lie! A bipartisan group of senators have repeatedly requested to meet with him!"
1791: the Second Amendment allowed people to own and operate warships. https://twitter.com/SenatorDurbin/status/1636079172467433473
1791: Muzzle-loading muskets are the norm for firearms.
2023: Assault weapons can fire 83 rounds into a parade route in seconds.
It’s absurd that the new Second Amendment test from the Supreme Court assumes these two worlds are the same.