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May 04 2022
Reason Gets It Wrong on the Roe Leak
At Reason today, senior editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown writes that “Alito’s Draft Opinion That Would Overturn Roe Is a Disaster of Legal Reasoning.” After quoting a number of fellow libertarian writers disputing Alito’s reading of history and/or disputing the idea that historical precedent is a valid basis for constitutional interpretation, Brown writes:
Some people are still lingering onNational Review
Jun 24 2022
Twitter Suspends Doctor for Sharing Study That Shows Pfizer Vaccine Impacts Semen
Twitter has suspended a doctor for sharing the study that shows men who received Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had lower levels of semen and a loss in motile sperm count.
Dr. Andrew Bostom, with the Brown University Center For Primary Care and Prevention, shared the peer-reviewed study on June 19.
Twitter informed Bostom that the missive violated its policy against “spreadingThe Epoch Times
Jul 22 2022
How a cattle sting operation snared Loving County Judge Skeet Jones
MENTONE, Texas — On a December day in 2021, Loving County Judge Skeet Jones, 71, climbed atop an oilfield tank surrounded by wide-open Texas desert dressed in a business suit and toting a pair of binoculars, hoping to spot an elusive black bull.
What Jones most likely didn’t realize from his steel perch as he scanned the horizon: He, too, was being watched as part of a cattle-rustlingNBC News (Online)
Sep 24 2013
California lawmakers move to shield illegal immigrants from deportation
Police in California would be prohibited from helping deport some illegal immigrants under a bill being considered by Gov. Jerry Brown, in a proposed change some say would violate federal law.Fox News (Online News)
Apr 07 2015
Can Farms Survive Without Drying Up California?
California’s first mandatory water restrictions ordered by Gov. Jerry Brown, in response to a four-year drought, did not affect agriculture because, Brown said, farmers had sacrificed enough.
But as irrigation, which uses as much as 80 percent of California’s surface water, has begun to dry up even the water beneath the surface of the state’s fertile valleys, what can be done to limitNew York Times (News)
May 17 2022
The Memo: Democrats cross their fingers in Pennsylvania
Democratic hopes are on a knife-edge in the U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania, where both parties hold their primaries Tuesday.
On one hand, Democrats believe Republican voters could do them an unintentional favor in whomever they choose as their nominee.
The top tier of the GOP field is comprised of TV personality Mehmet Oz, conservative commentator Kathy Barnette andThe Hill
May 27 2022
Gun owners, protesters and Donald Trump converge on Houston for NRA event
Thousands of gun owners, throngs of protesters and some prominent Republican politicians are expected in Houston for the National Rifle Association's annual meeting Friday, just three days after 19 children and two adults were shot to death at an elementary school in South Texas.
The event, which is being held in the George R. Brown Convention Center and will last through Sunday, "willNBC News (Online)
Feb 18 2020
NFL greats cheer as Trump pardons former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.
The White House announced Tuesday that President Trump is granting a full pardon to former San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr., who was convicted of failing to report a bribe to the former governor of Louisiana when he pleaded guilty in 1998.
NFL greats including Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Charles Haley, and Jim Brown were on hand at the White House, expressing their supportFox News (Online News)
Apr 30 2013
Battle in California Over School Funding
A battle is heating up in California over Gov. Jerry Browns proposal to boost funding for all schools but funnel more money to districts where many students are poor and struggle with English and less to wealthier districts.Wall Street Journal (News)
Feb 14 2013
California's golden moment
So far, 2013 has been a very good year for California. First, Gov. Jerry Brown announced a 2013-14 budget that came with a big surprise - an $851 million surplus, the first in nearly a decade. The budget reflects an incredible fiscal turnaround for California from when Brown took office two years ago, when the budget deficit was $25 billion.SFGATE