Monthly Archives: July 2022

NY-23 Special Election

NY-23 Special Election, Aug 23, 2003. The Democratic Party candidate is Max Della Pia. The Republican Party candidate is Joe Sempolinski. Max is also running in the November General Election, Joe is not. ~~~ Max’s issues (from his website): Equal … Continue reading

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Can Presidential pardons be granted with impunity?

Once again, the Danish film crew was filming and, after the events of that day, recorded Stone asking again for a presidential pardon. This time, Gaetz apparently wanted one, too. When White House counsel Pat Cipollone prevented Trump from issuing … Continue reading

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What’s good about the Chips Act?

This is going to go down as one of the major bipartisan achievements of this Congress, along with the infrastructure investment and jobs act and the recent gun safety law. The American people deserve to see more examples like this, … Continue reading

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Term limits for Supreme Court Justices

The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, … — The Constitution: Article III Section 1. Jessica Gresko and Emily Swanson, writing for “The Associated Press,” report that “2 in 3 favor … Continue reading

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Action in the House July 19th & 20th

H. Res. 1130 — “Expressing support for the sovereign decision of Finland and Sweden to apply to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as well as calling on all members of NATO to ratify the protocols of accession swiftly.” Agreed … Continue reading

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What is wrong with young people today?

Contributed by Arthur Ahrens of Branchport, NY. What is wrong with young people today? – A view from the past. The following quotes illustrate that adults always complained about the behavior of the younger generation – even back in the … Continue reading

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Campaigning then and now

There must be better reasons than this; with eight years of experience, we should know better. Vote in the special election August 23rd.

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Passing the buck

Here is what I have learned about the list of fake electors from Politico and The Hill. Mike Roman, then Trump’s 2020 director of Election Day operations, reportedly delivered false elector certificates to Matt Stroia, Rep. Mike Kelly’s (R-Pa.) chief … Continue reading

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Steve Bannon may give testimony

Mr. Bannon is willing to, and indeed prefers, to testify at your public hearing. — Robert J. Costello, Mr. Bannon’s attorney Should Mr. Bannon ultimately appear for an interview, he would give his testimony behind closed doors like hundreds of … Continue reading

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It’s not new

He was called a repulsive pedant, a gross hypocrite, an egregious fool having neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman. He was said to be unfit and incapable as President, a … Continue reading

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