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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

This week's Supreme Court actions make it pretty clear.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

The so-called charges of the past 25 years are staggering

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Trump's education secretary apparently sees no problem with giving federal money to schools that reject queer kids. read more

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Roger Ailes, who transformed cable news and then American politics by building Fox News into a ratings powerhouse, died Thursday. He was 77. ... Ailes was arguably the most powerful man in American media when he suddenly lost his job last summer. Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox anchor, sued him for sexual harassment, and other women came forward to support her claims. Carlson settled with 21st Century Fox, the network's parent company, for $20 million. read more

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

In a brief defending its ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries, President Donald Trump's Justice Department approvingly cited a segregation-era Supreme Court decision that allowed Jackson, Mississippi, to close public pools rather than integrate them. In the early 1960s, courts ordered Jackson to desegregate its public parks, which included five swimming pools. Instead, the city decided to close the pools. Black residents of Jackson sued. But in 1971, the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, decided that closing the pools rather than integrating them was just fine. ... The ruling in Palmer v. Thompson didn't explicitly uphold segregation. But it did call for courts to avoid investigating the constitutionality of officials' motivations. read more


How Trump came up with his slogan 'Make America Great Again'

[snip] Trump, however, is not the first to use the slogan -- President Ronald Reagan prominently featured the words on his campaign materials.

Donald Trump trademarked a Ronald Reagan slogan and would like to stop other Republicans from using it

[snip] The Daily Mail reported the Trump slogan was an homage to Reagan, whom both Trump and his father supported for president.

For his part, Trump backed up that interpretation on Twitter...

That's two (2) sourced articles on how Trump came up with his slogan.

And not a single mention of Bill Clinton in either one!

'Tis amazing what being better educated can do!

#31 | Posted by Prolix247 at 2017-07-26 03:40 PM

How's your vacation going?

You seem to be doing a lot of posting today here on the Drudge while on vacation.

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