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Wednesday, December 04, 2019

For moderate voters who think things have gone haywire under Trump, Biden represents a kind of return to normalcy - a relic from a more predictable time. Biden is also reassuring to Democratic voters who still think they are good liberals in the tradition of FDR, LBJ and Bill Clinton, and aren't interested in who is tweeting what or what's trending in search engines, and there are a lot of them.


Tuesday, November 26, 2019

The women's protest in Mexico City against gender-based violence and police aggression got out of control when groups of women vandalized everything within their reach. Painted walls, destroyed windows and damaged historical monuments in their path. The capital's police sent female police to guard a convoy of male officers who entered the burned station. Protesters shouted at the female officers, "traitors", "They will rape you, too". read more


Tuesday, November 19, 2019

For many people around the world, International Men's Day is a time to support anyone who identifies as male who might be struggling with their mental health. In the U.S, men died by suicide nearly four times (3.54) more often than women according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).


Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Kuiper Belt object formerly known as 2014 MU69 " later known as Ultima Thule " has been renamed again. Its new name is Arrokoth. read more


Sunday, November 03, 2019

French cosplay champion Alice Livanart will not compete at the EuroCosplay finals after she was accused of "blackface." ... The costume has divided social media. The cosplayer says she "understands" her critics but has defended the choice. "There is a huge difference between blackface and cosplay," she said. "I am not saying blackface doesn't exist. I am saying Pyke isn't blackface." read more


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"I can also see McConnell scheduling all sorts of hearings regarding this and just like in the House the minority will have little say in how this is carried out - what's good for the goose and all that. McConnell will attempt to paint a picture on a political canvas as a back drop for the final phase of putting Trump on trial. With the IG report demonstrating serial abuses obtaining FISA warrants to surveil Carter Page coupled with Durham's statement yesterday that the investigation itself wasn't adequately predicated, McConnell will create a narrative of the so-called deep state engaging in all sorts of shenanigans to try and undo the 2016 election results by any means necessary. With that groundwork laid down, the Senate will subpoena Schiff, his aides and the whistleblower and McConnell will try to create a narrative that this whole thing was cooked up by a "deep state" operative colluding with the Democratic Party to try and remove Trump. Next up, McConnell will put Joe and Hunter Biden on trial and will attempt to convince the public that their arrangement with Burisma was corrupt thus legitimizing Trump's request for an investigation. Lastly, McConnell will hypocritically (the Senate hearings will be conducted in a 1-sided manner) attack the House hearings for their one-sidedness and he'll certainly attack (and I think this will resonate with the public) Schiff's publishing of phone records of Guilliani, Nunes, Solomon and others. Whether or not the GOP is more persuasive with the public than the Democrats have been remains to be seen. "

With Chief Justice Roberts presiding over the trial, how much of that do you think he'll be able to get away with? Especially stuff that isn't directly related to the charges Trump will likely be impeached on?

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